I’ve heard it said, and have even said it myself: Relationships are give and take.
You have to understand where a thought, or emotion is coming from in order to work on stopping or changing it.
I’ve heard the saying, “Knowing the Problem in Half the Solution” said throughout the course of my life.
I’m currently 49 years old and am still learning about myself, life, and how to effectively interact with others. I’m learning it’s okay to be me, even when I’m not at my best.
People say they’re owed an apology.
Regardless of what’s going on around you there are always two things you can control – your actions and your reactions.
I’ve realized that people who are used to being mistreated and disrespected are the ones most likely to take your kindness for weakness.
I’ve been told people believe either one of two object placement beliefs. There’s a place for everything, put everything in its place; or wherever something is, that’s its place.
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness” or “don’t take my kindness for weakness,” and it led me to another saying, a quote that I wrote. Before I share the quote, let me explain how it came about.
People usually tell you who they are and how they are by speaking.