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The “Emotional Overcoat” u Your personal collection of morals, ethics, values, traditions, culture, political beliefs, etc. u What makes you, you. u Determines what you perceive to be “right” and “wrong” The best way that I know to more fully explain the concept of the emotional overcoat and the evaluation process that I am trying to explain is through the use of an example. The example itself is highly controversial to say the least.
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Unformatted text preview: It polarizes people to extremes in some cases. It is very emotional in nature and has been and will be a major social issue in this country for some time. I hesitate to use the example at the risk of being misinterpreted and misunderstood in its use. My intention is not to offend anyone or minimize the complexity of this issue. I continue to speak or type with trepidation....
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