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Should we encourage and preserve asking questions like people think, if people have and it shows psychological disorder and/or mentally unhealthy thought, language and mis/understanding?
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tynamite
tynamite's avatar If people asking questions have real poverty of thought and language or otherwise lack insight and/or show potentially risky thought and language patterns, ...etc, what do we do? Say speak better or shut up? Say quiet? Say speak like you want(!)?

Disorder, disability and discomfort all psychologically take profound roles in how we ask, and let ourselves ask ourselves?

I ask feeling shut down by quorum|forum|real life moderation|question|language|thought(crime) police for talkings and feelings like i think :( and knowing others face trouble for diverse reasons for feelings and thoughts real and unreal as we really are.

I ask feeling warmth in psychotherapy, feelings safe space, feeling I can ask more real care and ask more real.

I ask feeling it is important to share our psychological disorders, diagnoses and symptoms.

Questions are our expressions, words, reality-errors-typos-and-grammarbreaking-breakingdown real is important to show? Is it better to ask and remember our questions? Remember our questions began with needing help not fear?
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What's an assertion, and what should I type in?

Compesh is a question and answer (and debate) website, so before you make a debate, you better learn what an assertion is. I suppose you already know what a question is, and that you've typed it in the box. ;)

An assertion, is basically a statement you can make, that is either true or false.

Richer people have better health.

The question for that would be, Do richer people have better health?

And don't forget to make your assertion, match your question.

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