Women in many professions face “baked-in stereotypes” that they are somehow less capable or talented than their male counterparts — meaning they may need to choose their words wisely, says Fast Company. Words and phrases that could reinforce gender bias and therefore should be avoided include the grammatically unnecessary “like,” the superfluous “just” and filler phrase “you know” — as well as emotional language like “feel,” advises the magazine.

It’s just like poor word choice