…about punching people. A punch is a punch – doesn’t matter who is perceived as punching first.
You never start it do you? Everybody always starts it first.
There’s something called provocation – used to incite someone to punch you, so you can legally/ethically/as a right of responsibility to defend your name and reputation, punch them back. So essentially, you punch first. Provocation is the first punch. In response, they punch you like you wanted them to do, then you punch again. Counterpunch you call it.
You started it, you finished it.
You enjoy punching people. That’s not a good processing tool. Eventually you’re going to provoke the wrong person – someone who doesn’t roll with the punches.
It’s probably not a good idea to keep talking about punching anybody. The fact that you consider yourself a second responder, thus the victim, doesn’t change the violent message, nor does it send a positive message to the kids of the world.
You don’t solve problems by punching people. You solve problems by talking with people.