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Kimberly J.


Rockledge, FL

Member since:

August 3, 2013

Can a question be considered tricky if there is no wrong answer?

Tricky seems an odd word. There are no wrong answers to many questions, only different perspectives.

If someone is afraid to voice their opinion, are they talking to the right people?

Not necessarily. They could be shy or self-conscious. I have some opinions that are not appropriate in every venue.

Why do assumptions seldom lead to right conclusions?

Lack of information, skewed perspective, old tapes, various psychological filters, life experience - all can lead to faulty assumptions.


I'm a woman who loves to talk and loves to think. Sometimes I actually think before I talk. I live in Central FL but have attended two of your meetings and just loved meeting everyone.

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