While I agree that the phrase "correct me if you're wrong" can be empowering and a good reminder to stand up for one's beliefs, I think the conclusion of the passage overlooks the importance of understanding and respecting alternative opinions. We are all wrong sometimes, and it is important to remain open-minded and humble when engaging in dialogue. Everyone has valuable perspectives to share, and it is important to remain open to and respectful of different points of view. Furthermore, it is also important to recognize that one's own beliefs may not always be correct and that it is sometimes useful to adjust one's beliefs in light of new information. It is wrong to assume that one should never change one's beliefs or that one should always be prepared to vocally defend them.