Things I'm trying to fix on myself:

When making comments about broken code, instead of "You did this, which is wrong", I try to use "The code does this, which is wrong".

The person is not the problem, the code is.

@juliobiason I usually refer to what the code is doing as what "we" are doing, to the same end (avoid sounding like an accusation), but I think your wording is better. I think it sounds less forced and more objective

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