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    #1

    "achieved"?

    6. Try to React From A Neutral Place

    I am quick to classify words and interactions in one of two categories: positive or negative. But the truth is everything is neutral until we decide to label it based on our previous experiences ó either in life or with that particular person.
    Often times this can be achieved by getting to the root of the personís intention when they said or did something. The majority of the time people are not seeking a way to hurt us ó we simply jump to that conclusion in an effort to protect ourselves.
    Itís best to stop, think and then react appropriately.

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    Does "to achieve" here mean to reach a conclusion or to conclude?

    "to bring to a successful conclusion":
    collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/achieve

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    Re: "achieved"?

    It means to work out whether a word has negative or positive connotations.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 26-May-2015 at 18:05. Reason: Fixing typo.

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    Re: "achieved"?

    It means to get the task done successfully i.e. the classifying of words.

    not a teacher

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