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Digital Subscriptions > Psychologies > August 2019 > “Emotionally, I was selfish. I understood my opinions and no one else’s”

“Emotionally, I was selfish. I understood my opinions and no one else’s”

Guy Procter was always forthright, until he became abrasive. Then he realised his emotional intelligence was lacking

Blunt is a word that applies to me. I say what I think, defend my opinion and don’t mind arguing with people. I suspect it’s because I hate dishonesty in any way, even sugarcoating the truth. Last year, I realised I’d slipped from being straight-talking to being plain rude. I had an argument with long-time friends which ended with two of them not speaking to me for a few days.

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