We’ve all been there. We want to be right. But what’s left when you’re right ALL THE TIME? Nothing. Just a bunch of what’s lefts. Right? So how do we acknowledge the elephant in the room without being right, or without assuming dominance in a situation that would be best described as functional if all parties wherein were exclusively committed to the other parties wherein? If there is no right or wrong answer, or right or wrong logical path to follow in the conversational shepherds facade, where can we gain common ground in the room to figure out how to let the elephant out of the room before it shits all over the place? This is just a very small thinkpiece to instill the minds of wander with the purification process of really enveloping the relationships at home before stepping out into the world again and creating new relationships; albeit professional or intimate.