Writing in reverse is simple: You have to reverse the roles of the writer (you) with the recipient (your audience).
Writing in reverse is emotionally intelligent--because it helps you develop your empathy muscle. In addition, it keeps you from letting emotions dictate your message, as was the case in my situation. But by taking a pause, I was able to calm down first, so I could give a more balanced reply--one that wouldn't actually make the situation worse.
Keeping your recipient in mind, ask yourself:
When you learn how to write in reverse, you'll give your audience exactly what they need, while getting what you need from them: freedom, confidence, and peace of mind.
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