Chuck Norris is afraid of choking
In the tough-guy's own words:
"Let's say I run for a position in politics and I am debating my opponent and my opponent starts attacking my character and I leap over the bench and choke him unconscious, it's not going to help my campaign."
Ohhhh! Norris! Afraid! Choking! I get it now!
Isn't it interesting how a little context can so completely change the meaning of a message?
The underlying coaching questions, of course, are these:
How might YOU be misinterpreting others and how might THEY be misinterpreting you? And assuming it's happening, what do you want to actually DO about it?