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Guilty until proven innocent is not a new concept

Who do they think they are? Coming into our part of the world and taking my child’s future prospects away from them. The opening line is a misconception, they are imagining things that don’t exist outside of their imagination because … Continue reading

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3 habits that will not lead you anywhere positive

Self-pity, giving away your power and negative beliefs are 3 habits that will not lead you anywhere positive. It seems fairly obvious but, if the thoughts you have about yourself, the people you interact with and the world in general … Continue reading

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Personal problems require personal solutions

If you post your problems on social media, you don’t have a problem, you have an attention seeking problem because personal problems require personal solutions. Attention seeking problem: I was on a social media platform the other day when somebody … Continue reading

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People with realistic expectations are happier people

“To expect somebody to be somebody they’re not is futile.” Can you imagine a world where all your expectations about other people’s behaviour were met; you liked everybody you met and they liked you back; or nobody else’s behaviour ever … Continue reading

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Everybody Wants to See Positive Results

Everybody wants to see positive results, however, not everybody wants to put in the effort required to achieve them. This is not unusual because results are what they want, and effort for most people means work, but it doesn’t have … Continue reading

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I Like People Enough to Improve My Attitude

Being sensitive to other people’s emotions is the beginning of a life-long battle of; “do I interact with them,” or “do I leave them alone.” The battle does get easier the older you get. I personally leave most of them … Continue reading

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I used to project my good qualities onto everybody

If you fall into the group of people I like, I will project all my good qualities onto you, then it is up to you live up to my expectations or you will be put into the group called acquaintances. … Continue reading

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Do not play with the emotions of other people

“Leave them alone,” if your thoughts, words and actions are not going to benefit other people in a positive way; change the way you think, don’t use words you know will embarrass them and don’t use your body language skills … Continue reading

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People Who Scheme and Plot Will be Exposed

There’s an old saying, “give somebody enough rope to hang himself or herself,” this means that if you give somebody enough time and freedom they will eventually expose themselves for who they truly are. We see this in action every … Continue reading

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An Apology is Taking Responsibility

An apology is taking responsibility for your behaviour but it is only the first step, in order to take full responsibility you must make a conscious decision to change the thought process which lead to your inappropriate behaviour. If you … Continue reading

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