You Know What I'm Like...

You Know What I'm Like...
You Know What I'm Like...

It’s a powerful phrase.

But not in a good way.

It places a burden on the other person to change their behaviour around us.

And it excuses us from changing a behaviour we don’t necessarily like.

More accurate, then, to say “I’m choosing to behave like this….”

Because then, at least, we all understand where the responsibility lives…
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