If you think falling in love is only reserved for romantic relationships then you're missing out on so much.
Call-outs make people fearful of being targeted. People avoid meaningful conversations when hypervigilant perfectionists point out apparent mistakes, feeding the cannibalistic maw of the cancel culture. Shaming people for when they “woke up” presupposes rigid political standards for acceptable discourse and enlists others to pile on. Sometimes it’s just ruthless hazing.
We can change this culture. Calling-in is simply a call-out done with love. Some corrections can be made privately. Others will necessarily be public, but done with respect. It is not tone policing, protecting white fragility or covering up abuse. It helps avoid the weaponization of suffering that prevents constructive healing.
Calling-in engages in debates with words and actions of healing and restoration, and without the self-indulgence of drama. And we can make productive choices about the terms of the debate: Conflicts about coalition-building, supporting candidates or policies are a routine and desirable feature of a pluralistic democracy.
How people react when faced with uncertainty
Do research - can give us more info but can't fix uncertainty
Pro/Con List - Great tool but still has uncertainty in it
Talk to people/read reviews - Ditto ^
Put off the decision - adds stress to uncertainty
You can't get rid of uncertainty
NOT MAKING A CHOICE HAS THE SAME COST AS MAKING ONE
Being Decisive when faced with Uncertain