What If Nobody’s Wrong?

I had a little fun with an older video of mine… chopped it like a salad and added dressing—some fun text, plus sound and visual effects.

Please know the edits are FAR from perfect and hopefully they give you a good laugh. It’s my first try. I thought why not have a little fun?

Even with the silliness, the main subject presented in the video stands strong. Right in the middle of a disagreement, what if nobody’s wrong? How would this change things?

Next time you’re in the middle of an emotional explosion, take a second or two and PAUSE to check… am I making my partner (or friend, child, etc) wrong? What if I didn’t do that? What else could I do?

The video is 7 minutes and 54 seconds long, including speaking goofs, rough edits, and celebratory effects.

Thank you for being part of my super-amateur shot at editing! And thank you for considering “What if nobody’s wrong?” Thinking this way has made all the difference for me so of course I wanted to pass it to you as well.

To the Spirit of Trying New Things!

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