Thursday, May 16, 2013
The other day, I talked to a man who was upset because one of his co-workers
received a brand new company car. He thought that his co-worker didn't deserve
the company car. I told him to turn his madness into motivation.
When ever you find yourself getting mad about what someone else has, try not to
let it upset you. That person probably worked their butt off for what they have, or
could have sacrificed something else to get it.
If you want something that someone else has work hard so you can have it too.
There aren't many people in this world who will give you something for nothing.
Don't get mad...get motivated.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Some women are saying a woman with
good self-esteem doesn't need to wear
makeup. Explain to me why it's wrong to
want to decorate your face. Makeup is
made to enhance what you already have.
I've never read how it's wrong for a man to style his beard and mustache. Should
he just let everything grow wild so he can prove he has good self-esteem? Women
shouldn't tear down other women because they want to wear makeup. If you like
wearing makeup wear it. If you like your face the way it is, that's fine too.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
disturbing and I couldn't decide if I wanted to tell
or not. I knew that this certain person needed to
know the secret; keeping something this important
from her would've been wrong.
I only kept the secret for a couple days and during that time my entire body was
stressed. I hardly had an appetite and I felt extremely guilty. Even though it was
awkward, after I told her the secret she thanked me for telling her, so I knew I'd
done the right thing.
Before you decide if you want to divulge a secret
weigh the pros and cons and ask yourself...
Could keeping your secret hurt someone more than telling it?
Will telling your secret hurt someone more than keeping it?
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
that you know. Now, you can find someone to love
you who deserves your love. Even though at this
moment your heart and spirit may be broken, you'll
fall in and out of love many times, and learn valuable
lessons from each relationship. It's OK to cry and
feel sorry for yourself for a little while, but you have
to keep going. You need to do activities that will
take your mind off of your broken heart.
Activities That Can Help Soothe a Love Rejection
- Eat chocolate
- Call a friend
- Go see a friend
- Watch a comedy
- Help someone in need
- Go out dancing
- Get a pet
- Go shopping (with cash only)
- Take a walk on a sunny day
- Read a book you wouldn't normally read
- Start an indoor or outdoor garden
- Have a picnic in the park with a friend
- Drink a cup of hot tea
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
room, and she said she finds it awkward to talk to
people on the phone. She told me she'd rather text.
I said, "Are you serious?"
It's so sad that so many people have become comfort-
able with not having real conversations. It's hard to
learn good communication skills if you're always staring
down at your cell phone,playing a silly game,or texting words that aren't actual words.
I'm not a cell phone hater, but I hate what cell phones have done to some people. I
see babies playing and sucking on cell phones. Parents...your baby or toddler does
not need a cell phone! Your child needs a parent to communicate with while you
are both out and about. Your child should be looking around at his or her environ-
ment, not playing with your dirty cell phone.
If you have a cell phone addiction try putting it up for a little while and:
- Have a face to face conversation with someone.
- Look someone in the eye and say 'Hi.'
- Talk to your child while you are both out and about.