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  1. Reporters know that asking pointed (yes/no) questions often, if not always, leads to a perception in people’s minds that the thing being asked about is the case, regardless of the answer. For example, a question like “Is there a conflict of interest…?” implies to people’s minds that there IS a conflict of interest. That is the “point” of the pointed question. So don’t feel anything but justified in feeling defensive or even salty about such questions. They knew what they were doing, and as you intuitively perceived, they weren’t truly asking questions, but rather were planting false ideas.

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  2. I am really grateful for what you have all done and all Thrive is. Thank you for providing me with resources and spaces to turn to during my own journey. I’ll be attending Thrive UK and love that this is possible.
    Thank you again!

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