So he left. A month later he wanted to get back together. So he came over and we had coffee. Well he poisoned my coffee. Sick for a couple of months but couldn’t prove it. Twenty years later I am still single. Can’t trust anyone so I live like I have no relatives. I’m the sassy elf Christmas People say you are too nice. But I am grateful for having God my Father in my life.
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when the majority of relatives allow it then when one doesn’t then that one become the aggressor in everybody else’s eyes because they say no it ain’t happening. I hate when they say oh you know how they are.
Quản lý Think before you hurt someone’s feelings. We don’t have to agree but we should think first. This is also about name calling. I’m the sassy elf Christmas wrongs DON’T Make it right It’s sounds very familiar to the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Step 8. I’m learning for my best friend as she’s over 90 days sober. It’s good to always remember to make amends whenever possible.
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Apologizing for your part in any wrong is the essential step in making the wrong right then forgiving yourself relieves the stress associated with what ever part you were involved in. The stuck feeling of hopelessness goes away life moves on and the healing begins. In the process your character gets a little stronger. When you hire an employee you trust them to make things go smoothly to make your life easier. I find myself in relationships that diminish me and make life more difficult. I must have some sub-conscious desire to struggle. Everything..and I do mean everything becomes harder than it has to be. Daily tasks become burdensome , recreation more trouble than it’s worth Paralyzing relationships that put me in awkward and painful situations. A real friend said to me, “You are happiest when traveling” She was right! Unencumbered from ceaseless petty demands I find myself quickly succeeding , reaching goals, having fun, thinking clearly. Alone is so much better than imprisoned by the expectations of shallow, self-serving people.