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July 15, 2013 11:10 a.m.

Say what you mean and mean what you say, but don’t say it mean! Many people use sarcasm to express the exact opposite of that they mean. It is common to hear remarks such as, “Glad you could make it on time”, to someone who arrives late, or “Oh, that’s real nice, to hit your sister like that!” Neither statement is the truth, and both are sarcastic. Sarcasm is now viewed as the simplest form of bullying, because it makes fun of the other person, or is meant to make them uncomfortable in an indirect manner. The word sarcasm originated from the Greek meaning of ripping flesh. When you eliminate sarcasm in your home, you will see a great improvement in all of your family relationships. Read the full article “Letting go of sarcasm will help your teen”.

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