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Last edited at 9:03PM on 3/28/2012
Was it kind? Was it necessary? Was it true? You should be honest, but some things are better left unsaid. If its not constructive or helpful I would avoid saying it. In those cases, if you're just saying whatever is on your mind and not thinking before you speak people are going to get upset. but then again, I don't know what you said, so I can't judge or know if it was ok or not.
No, I do not think it is wrong to speak what is in your mind. This shows that you are real to yourself, honest, and also open to everyone. Different people might judge you because not everyone is the same.
I love this quality in a person. Seriously, people are way to sensitive these days, if they are doing something that upsets or offends you, you have every right to speak your mind, just remember - if you can dish it out, be prepared to take it.
Well, somethings are meant to be kept to yourself. If someone is asking for your honest opinion then tell them. If you just blurt out how much you hate them or something then that's kind of mean. You shouldn't ALWAYS speak your mind but it depends on who you're talking to I guess.
It depends on how you say things. If someone asks for your opinion, then it's fine, but if you have a habit of just saying things that could potentially hurt someone's feeling then you may be considered a little rude. I'm not saying don't be yourself and say what you think, but you have to think 'is hurting this person's feelings going to help them in the long run?' Buut seeing as how I don't know you, it could just be that the people around you are overreacting.
No, according to the first amendement in the bill of rights, we have the right to press, speak our minds (what you think is wrong but is really not) and freedom of protest. Even if there wasn't a bill of rights, we should still be able to speak our minds without getting told off by others.