The article exhibits several notable ironies that arise from potential contradictions in its stated principles and the way these principles are conveyed or applied:
1. Toxic Positivity Paradox: The article encourages letting go of the need to always be right, yet it may inadvertently convey a tone of promoting a particular mindset (positive thinking) without fully addressing the complexities of individual experiences, including socioeconomic challenges.
2. Right About Not Being Right: There is an irony in the author seemingly wanting to be "right" about telling others not to be overly concerned with being right. This creates a paradox where the article, in its pursuit of advocating openness and humility, may unintentionally adopt a stance of asserting the correctness of its perspective on not needing to be right.