Write emails with care: you never know who’ll read them

FE columnist Sarah Simons delves into the ‘unfathomable anxiety’ of digital correspondence

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It would be lovely to be the sort of person who doesn’t give a toss about what other people think. Occasionally, I’ve met individuals who have such self-assurance that they exude it like a strong scent – some are wise, some are arrogant, some are full-blown loons.

I’m not sure that insecurity improves with age, though as I’ve got older I care less about other people’s opinions of my appearance – a source of some angst in my younger days. Now, I’m clear that if someone finds my outside offensive, they should look away.

Still, I care more than I want to whether people I like or respect think I ...

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