Refraction (Bent Thinking) #69

Two Wrongs Make a Right: trying to justify what we did by accusing someone else of doing the same. (e.g. how can you judge my actions when you do exactly the same thing?) The guilt of the accuser has no relevance to the discussion. Refutation: Two wrongs are two wrongs.  Example: Anna Marie: Bill, I don’t deny that I opened a new charge card at Kitchen Art without your knowledge, but you surprised me by coming home with that new drillpress. Side Note: If someone retorts to your accusation by accusing you of something similar, tell them that you would be happy to discuss your behavior, but unlinked and separate from the discussion about their behavior.   

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