Just all seems so needlessly complicated...why so much analysis, so many rules and reasons to be offended? Aside from someone actually giving bodily harm or odiferous offense, which is occasionally something to navigate or avoid...why care so much about who's "sharing" and in what way and why? Seems like that view is a setup for drama, frustration, or offense... Why not just get out there and dance and not make it all so complicated? Who cares if someone critiques my dancing on the floor...maybe it's a helpful tip, or will lead to a clarification of something when following up with an instructor, even if the advice was way off. And if someone is truly that much better and "shares" himself with me for whatever reason..well maybe I really *am* lucky for the experience and have an opportunity to learn or experience something new. All these reasons to take offense seem ironically like great magnets for people who would actually offend, and while it sounds like the expectation is that others always be humble and magnanimous, expectations like that ironically don't seem very much like that in themselves.