How Do I Know When I’m Wrong?

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I usually tend to stick my foot in my mouth sometimes. It’s rare but it happens. Sometimes I catch myself doing it and feel HORRIBLY embarrassed and other times I do it on purpose for the good of a friend’s sake. If I’m in an argument – depending on what it is – I might be hard pressed to concede to the winner but I typically do if I know I’ve got nothing else to support my claim. I remember actually doing something wrong for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign of ours in putting my character sheet together. My brother tried taking the rap but I didn’t want to let him so I insisted it was my fault. I felt horrible because I hated to think I went through all that trouble of creating my character, I was happy with my stats, now I’m being told I have to “Re-Roll”?! Just because I was fed bad info from someone?! That just sucks! Also it’s hard for me to admit when I’m wrong when I’ve been TOLD most of my life by people important to me that I’m “Wrong” or “Crazy” when I know I wasn’t. It’s never easy though trying to tear down old walls sometimes and rebuild new ones.


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