WHEN TO KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT - DON'T OPEN YOUR MOUTH
1. When you're angry or upset: Speaking impulsively when emotions are running high can lead to regrettable words or actions.
2. When you're tempted to
: Engaging in gossip can damage relationships and trust. Refrain from spreading rumors or discussing others behind their backs.
3. When you don't have anything positive to say: If your words won't contribute constructively to a conversation or situation, it's better to remain silent.
4. When it's someone else's moment to speak: Respect others' opportunities to express themselves without interrupting or dominating the conversation.
5. When you're uncertain about the facts: Avoid spreading misinformation or making assumptions. It's better to gather accurate information before speaking up.
6. When someone needs to be heard: Sometimes, people just need someone to listen to them without offering advice or interjecting their own opinions.
7. When it may harm someone's feelings: Consider the impact of your words on others' emotions. If it has the potential to hurt or offend, it's better to stay quiet.
8. When it's a confidential matter: Respecting confidentiality builds trust. Refrain from sharing sensitive information without permission.
9. When you need time to reflect: Taking a moment to process your thoughts before speaking can prevent impulsive or ill-considered remarks.
10. When it's a time for observation: There are moments when it's more valuable to listen and observe, allowing others to take the lead or share their perspectives.
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