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I can’t believe you said something so controversial! Why would you do that?

The blog post is about people who say something controversial but not brave enough to back it up. It asks readers “Why did you do that?” The blog post is not yet complete.

This article contains two examples where someone tweets or says a thing they don’t actually mean because they’re too scared to put their opinion out there on social media (or anywhere). In the first example, a person tweets about how they don’t like their job but don’t have the courage to quit. In the second example, someone is frustrated with what’s going on in politics and wishes more people would speak up yet that person refrains from doing so themselves.

What if you just had something controversial to say?

Imagine how much better things could be! It can feel really scary or even impossible at times when we’re trying to take risks or do new things because of fear of being criticized by others. But ask yourself: Is it worth letting my fears stop me from following my heart and helping make this world a better place?

Asking “WhyAsking “Why did you do that?” forces us to examine our actions and motivations for being brave and doing the right thing.

Why did you say something so controversial?

Why are they not speaking up for themselves?

What if we were able to ask “why?” in a more constructive way like, what could be done differently next time that might lead to better results or less fear of criticism from others? Asking “Why” can force us to face our fears head-on. It’s ok if it feels scary at first! We should all have the courage to speak out when there is an issue we care about.”

What if we were able to ask “why?” in a more constructive way like asking “what could be done differently next time that might lead to better results or less fear of criticism from others?” Asking “Why” can force us to face our fears head-on. It’s ok if it feels scary at first! We should all have the courage to speak out when there is an issue we care about.

In conclusion, your bravery and ability not only helps make this world a better place but contributes greatly towards your own personal growth as well- what are you waiting for . . .”

Explore different ways people can ask themselves why they behave in certain ways and why such thoughts or behaviors have come about in the first place.

One example of a common behavior that may be explained by asking “why?” is when someone says something controversial just for attention, without caring how it affects others.

Another way to explore different ways people ask themselves why they behave in certain ways would be through exploring childhood experiences and our early socialization as humans: What led you to want this type of attention? Why do you think these things are important enough to say out loud even if other’s might disapprove? Who was your role model who spoke up against what society finds acceptable? How did their courage give you courage too?

Why do you think these things are important enough to say out loud even if other’s might disapprove? Who was your role model who spoke up against what society finds acceptable? How did their courage give you courage too?”

In conclusion,

we should all care more about those around us than strangers on the internet!

Is it safe for me to share this blog post with my followers because I just don’t want them to get offended and start hating me. That would be so awful! It breaks my heart when somebody is hurting or alone. Like that time at school when they made fun of a kid in a wheelchair–and he couldn’t fight back!–I cried after lunch from feeling bad for him until bedtime.

“I want to share this with my followers because I just don’t want them to get offended and start hating me. That would be so awful! It breaks my heart when somebody is hurting or alone.”

“It makes me feel really bad for the kids at school who made fun of that kid in a wheelchair–but he couldn’t fight back!–after lunch from feeling bad for him until bedtime.”

By Komal Joshi

General twitter scholar. Internet junkie. Proud problem solver. Zombie nerd. Music buff. Friendly organizer. Hardcore communicator.

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