📗 Yes And


Pronunciation: Yes. AND!

Derived from the shorthand of the first rule of improv.

No questions. Always respond with Yes and… Before adding more detail to said improv.

Simplification for expression of the often complex state in which two conclusions are true at one time and are technically thought of and are not necessarily exclusively separate from each other, meaning these two conclusions can always be true at the same time, but many people cannot function in a way that allows for true validity of both conclusions, usually for reason of bias, inexperience, or yes and. Depending on the situation, there can be more than two valid conclusions. Bias, inexperience, pride, self-preservation, yes and.

Being able to function in a state of yes and is an indicator of emotional maturity if not good or gradually improving mental health.

Other examples not given as many yes and situations involve socially polarized statements and ideas typically found allover the place.