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=Who is this Button for?=
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Negators, dismissers, rollers of eyebrows, and other esteem busters. <ref>Nasty People How to Stop Bing Hurt ''by'' ''Them Without Becoming One of Them'' by Jay Carter (Contemporary Books 1979) is a short but classic text on these folks.</ref>
  
Negators, and other rubishers of people or values.
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Masters of passive aggression.
  
Those whose company lowers your mood for any reason.
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Those whose company usually lowers the mood.
  
Suggestions
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=Provocative Suggestions=
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Always remember that people can benefit enourmously from listening to your put-downs.
  
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Bring it all down!
  
Always remember that people can benefit a lot from listening to your put-downs.
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=Quotations=
  
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=Something to consider=
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Bring it all down.
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Latest revision as of 13:29, 27 August 2020

Who is this Button for?

Negators, dismissers, rollers of eyebrows, and other esteem busters. [1]

Masters of passive aggression.

Those whose company usually lowers the mood.

Provocative Suggestions

Always remember that people can benefit enourmously from listening to your put-downs.

Bring it all down!

Quotations

Something to consider

YouTube

Notes

  1. Nasty People How to Stop Bing Hurt by Them Without Becoming One of Them by Jay Carter (Contemporary Books 1979) is a short but classic text on these folks.