Ten Toxic Responses to Issues and Problems

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  1. Thank you so much for cataloguing these toxic responses. So often, these responses are used not just to protect individuals, but also to protect institutions. People justify their obfuscation because, in their minds, they’re protecting the state or the school or the church from harm. When bad things happen, I’ve always felt that leaders should tell their constituents as much as they possibly can, not as little as possible, but this usually isn’t what occurs. Christians should lead the way on being honest and open, but they protect their churches and organizations just like secular groups because they’re afraid that bad news will affect their donations. Keep up the good work!

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