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I had this exact conversation with my kid today. Sometimes we all forget to put ourselves in someone else's shoes. This is a good reminder.

Some people throw abrasive words around without realizing just how much of an impact they are having on others. Practice The Golden Rule and think before you speak.

quotes Never accept anything less than what you deserve. Remember, you teach people how to treat you.

quotes Never accept anything less than what you deserve. Remember, you teach people how to treat you.

Never accept anything less than you deserve. Remember, you teach people how to treat you.

Never accept anything less than you deserve. Remember, you teach people how to treat you.

Amen!  You teach people how to treat you. Stand up for yourself!

You can't force a person to show you Respect but you can refuse to be Disrespected ~ God is Heart

Oh god yes.. worse not because you no longer want to stay you w the person and you'll miss them.. but worse because you have to hurt them by leaving.

Never allow yourself to become numb. NEVER. An awful defense mechanism of my immediate past I'm so grateful I have been able to work thru and conquer.<<< I am numb

'Pity the Thinkers' #atticuspoetry

I literally over think myself into bad moods and then struggle (and often fail) to over think myself into a good mood imagining parallel world.

I promised myself I would never fall in love with you. But it was 4am, and we were laughing way too hard, and I felt happy for the first time in a long time, and I knew I was screwed. - I would never promise not to fall for someone, because I don't know who that person could be to me. If you're meant to be in my life, I will let it happen. I will try not to run.

I promised myself I would never fall in love with you. But it was and we were laughing way too hard, and I felt happy for the first time in a long time, and I knew I was screwed. - I would never promise not to fall for someone, because I don't know w

Poem is typed on 6" x 8" hand pressed hemp paper using a 1955 Olympia SM3   Please note if you'd like signature on front or back

Poem is typed on 6 x 8 hand pressed hemp paper using a 1955 Olympia Please note if youd like signature on front or back