Complaints, Warnings & Feelings

What about this Steve, here is my latest definition of conversation and what it is for.

“Conversations are for converting our own reality into quality agreements,
using our past complaints, future warnings, and present feelings. “

So my question would be to you, when you said “what for”, was this a complaint about the past, a warning about the future or your feelings about the present?

When someone says to us that we “think too much” are they complaining, warning us
or just letting us know that something feels wrong to them at the moment?

When someone says “Absolutely”, I now think that it is more likely that they are
merely expressing their feelings about the present rather than adding a warning for the future or a complaint about the past. The only problem is that warnings and complaints are
quiet valuable and maybe too valuable to leave out when conversing.

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