Michael Peterson status
- Jun 21, 2017
That's what I'm saying.
People don't like to be micromanaged.
In my profession the micromanaging is pretty intense - it's one of the main causes of burnout and meltdowns on the job.
Professions like public school elementary ed the same - a great way to drive the good teachers to go elsewhere.
And so on.
When a person in authority tells another adult what to do with their body it's an example of micromanaging. Just like anyplace else, a lot of people people will do as told...others not so much.
Then add in a dash of the (predictable) stupid.
And here we are.
People also don't like being lied to "for their own good"
Personally, I can't stand being treated like a moron child by people who don't want to risk being honest because anything short of acting like the world is ending might cause reasonable folks to not jump and do what they're told without question.