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Women have a lot to contend with in the workplace. 

If they’re not getting mansplained, hepeated, or harassed, they’re being told they need to think, talk, and act like men. 

But, this Twitter thread by a software engineer has turned on its head the notion that men’s workplace communication style is the example to follow. In fact, after reading this Twitter thread, men might consider communicating a bit more like women.

April Wensel—founder of software development company Compassionate Coding—wrote that women are “often told to avoid ‘weak’ language like ‘I think,'” but that she found that, in reality, saying “I think” is “often more accurate.”  Read more…

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