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Therapist John Bradshaw once told a story about the price of nice. He noted that many times, after a shooting made headlines, the media almost always interviews neighbors or friends of the killer. All of these people usually remark that they had no idea who there were living next to, or who they were really friends with, which is reasonable enough; but they always remarked about how nice the person was. As if “niceness” was a mark of character. Yes, be nice, but also be real, be authentic. Robert Frost was on to something. Good fences make good neighbors.