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For questions regarding to the avoiding of an imminent conflict, or the general avoiding of a conflict that occurs on a regular basis. Questions regarding ongoing conflicts, or conflicts that are already started, please use the "conflicts" tag.

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The thing about interjecting or asking people to provide sources to their claims is that to outside observers it will often look like pedantic hair-splitting or attempts to derail/hijack the conversat …
answered Mar 21 '18 by Maxim
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Sometime later I felt bad about denying his second request and I didn't feel right Do not listen to that feeling, what you did was exactly right! Helping out once is all well and good, who knows …
answered Oct 13 '17 by Maxim
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The problem with this particular type of debater is that they have some very strong opinions and probably read a metric ton of arguments on the subject. A lot of what you might say to try to defend yo …
answered Oct 2 '17 by Maxim
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I feel like any sort of "we don't talk about it" agreements can only work if both people observe them, and she is the one that breaks it all bets are of, at least in the context of that conversation. …
answered Feb 6 '18 by Maxim
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The most important thing here is to try and not accuse the coworker of a misdeed (even though what they are doing is a little fraud-y). If possible imply that the use of your name was an honest mistak …
answered Oct 3 '17 by Maxim