Personally I feel like there’s three sides to the story- yours, mine, and the truth. I also feel like each of those have equal weight and validity. In my opinion everyone has a slightly distorted point of view because of their own bias each person inherently has. Could she have been more tactful in making sure you felt heard? Probably. But I think it’s smart to not just jump on one persons truth and have that make all the decisions because we’re human and fallible. I think of people falsely accused- they’re entitled to have their side of the story heard. But by @ruborcoraxxx logic that would mean they wouldn’t be allowed to. Someone accused them and that’s that. I do recognize how often people aren’t believed in their own abuse stories (I’ve lived it) but human rights are human rights. The person accused has the right to be heard and defend themselves.