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Day Seven: Four turn-offs.
-People who don’t pay attention to personal hygiene.
-Overly critical people
-Overly sensitive people who can’t take constructive criticism.
-People who don’t understand basic common courtesy
Day Six: Five people who mean a lot (in no order whatsoever)
This is so freaking true. I don’t know who wrote this quote but it pretty much says it all for my life today.
I really really hate petty idiots who pick battles about the most miniscule things. And they don’t just argue they blow the little things out of proportion. They also take delight in making you sweat and messing with you. What the hell do these people get out doing this!?!
It’s obviously not how I’m hardwired, I just don’t understand. I work my ass off to provide for my family. Some people will never be satisfied and what I do is never going to be enough. I am frustrated beyond belief.
I am a damn good parent and no one has a right to critisize that. No one has any right to judge how my time is spent. And just because I have different priorities for my time than others means nothing.
Before you bloody judge me, walk a mile in my shoes! There is so much power in that statement.
I read today about a challenge called the 10 day personal examination challenge. I am going to be participating. for the next 10 days I will post once a day for this challenge. If you feel it works for you, I encourage you to do the same.
Day One: Ten things you want to say to ten different people right now.
1. I hate that you don’t care about your family, it hurts and it’s really sad to see.
2. I hope your isolation and solitude is everything you were hoping it would be.
3. I miss you, I wish you hadn’t died so young.
4. You’re wrong about me. I’m strong, and I know I can do anything I want.
5. I’d be nothing without your support. You complete me.
6. I love you.
7. I’m sorry I let you take a large part of me. You never treasured anything I gave.
8. You teach me something new everyday.
9. I wish you weren’t so dumb, I miss the person you used to be.
10. I really wonder what ever happened to you. I wonder if you ever got your life back in order. I hope you didn’t waste away.