In a spare moment I found this post that I think is worth another airing outside the depths of my archive so I hope that it helps my dear readers consider the points I made there.
Cheers again Comrades
We live our lives steeped in expectations that we should be eternally vigilant lest we upset the feelings of others and you know what I can see the social value of that in providing a sort of social lubricant that belies the need to explain what you really feel and then to subsequently ameliorate any unintended hurt or offence that your straight shooting honesty may have caused. This when someone asks us what we think about that new outfit or hairdo we are more likely than to give them some sort of positive affirmation even when we sincerely think the result is, well, not an improvement or even at all atheistically pleasing. It takes an effort to do this if you are at all self-aware and one thing that chronic pain does is make you hyper-self -aware and often rather strapped for tact.
In the normal course of the day…
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