How to not be an Arsehole by an Arsehole
I am working on accepting and admitting that I am at times an arsehole.
An arsehole who denies he or she is an arsehole is a much bigger arsehole and much harder to be around.
An arsehole who accepts he or she is an arsehole and takes responsibility and apologises (without needing to be asked) when he or she is an arsehole is hardly an arsehole at all.
So by admitting and accepting that you are an arsehole you kind of stop really being an arsehole.
It is known as the arsehole/not an arsehole paradox.
That is it.
(This post on Facebook was the origin of Arsehole Force!)
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This guy wrote the book on it https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vox.com/platform/amp/conversations/2017/9/26/16345476/stanford-psychologist-art-of-avoiding-assholes
That is about avoiding assholes not avoiding being an arsehole. But interesting nonetheless.