Don’t bring others into your confrontations/conversations. It doesn’t matter that you aren’t the only one who feels this way, or that others agree with you.
Confrontation (and conversations about difficult situations) are between you and your difficult person only.
If you say “Julie feels the same way” then you have guaranteed to derail the conversation to no longer be about the issue, but about that Julie and others feel that way as well. Your difficult person will become fixated on Julie and others instead of the issue at hand.
Besides, you have potentially created a disaster for Julie as well.
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