I spent most of my childhood (and into my teens) being stifled by my mother. She always made me feel that I had no voice. I was told that since I was a child, I was to be seen and not heard. I was taught from a very young age that my opinions didn’t matter.… Read More ViewPoint Intro
Maturity is realizing how many things don’t require your opinion. In my experience, nothing is gained from giving people your opinion, unless of course, they ask for that opinion directly. People form their own opinions based on their experiences, their own perception, and the information they have acquired. They will not change their opinions based… Read More Thought For The Week
If you want people to respect your opinion or your ideas, you must first be respectful of their opinions and ideas. You don’t have to agree but you must be respectful of what others bring to the table.
I am who I am. I won’t apologize for being me. I’ve spent too many years of my life apologizing for one thing or another; things I shouldn’t have felt sorry for in the first place. When I was growing up, I was never allowed to have an opinion or ask why. This was because… Read More No Apologies
Haha. No, I’m not going to tell anyone off. I just have a few things on my mind today. My face has broken out. WTF? I’m 56 (almost) and I break out like a teenager? Kill me now. I wish the $6.00 we spend each week on scratch offs and lottery would actually pay off!!… Read More A Piece of My Mind
My Facebook closet, that is….. I am one of those people who feels things deeply and many times differently than most others. I am at a point in my life where I can take a friendship or leave it. I don’t need your bullshit. I don’t need the constant barrage of opinions and false information to… Read More Cleaning Out My Closet