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My advice is to remember that we prime others for how to react to us to some degree. What I mean is that the greatest thing you can do to reduce the chances of this happening at all by simply acting like you belong, which isn't about passing or not. The science on this is extensive and dense, but a good place to start would be Cialdini's 6 Principles of ...


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I would email the person. Say that you've been hearing a beeping in some of your calls and not in others, and that you're nearly sure that this person is the common link. Apologize for being unable to concentrate with the beeping and acknowledge that many people can, and that others don't hear it. Ask the person if it's possible there's a nearby smoke ...


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I stand, hold hands, look up and stay silent. I have had people ask why I didn’t participate, but mostly they have their eyes closed and don’t notice. I only tell people if asked directly. It has caused discrimination before. I live in the south and it IS an issue here. I also always say thank you when someone offers to pray for me. They are taking time to ...


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