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When thinking about life remember this: no amount of guilt can solve the past and no amount of anxiety can change the future. So true... awesome advice!
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When thinking about life.. REMEMBER this TRUTH!
Quote: "Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace." Lesson to learn: Being angry at someone hurts only you. Let go of your anger, not for the other person, but for yourself. Remember, forgiving doesn't mean forgetting. Forgiving means accepting that it happened.
A great quote. Someone should tell it to God. He would be surprised. (if he would exist)
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Quote: "Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace." Lesson to learn: Being angry at someone hurts only you. Let go of your anger, not for the other person, but for yourself. Remember, forgiving doesn't mean forgetting. Forgiving means accepting that it happened. So true!
Quote: "Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace." #quotes #forgiveness
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Givers need to set limits because takers rarely do. Great inspirational quote!
Givers and Takers in Relationships- " I began this series with an introduction of the nature and prevalence of partners in relationships being characterized as givers and takers. Now let me spell out in greater detail the phenomenon of being a Taker in a relationship. The words giver and taker already have some moral weight to them. Most have a sense that it's good to give, and bad to take. We have a build-in reluctance to take the last cookie on the plate, at least without the permission of the hostess or others in the vicinity. Most of us were trained as a child not to take another child's toy. We are (hopefully) taught to curb that 4-year-old ego “I want what I want when I want it - right now!” In the same vein, most of us were trained in the religious virtue of being a “cheerful giver.” (St. Paul, II Corinthians 9:7) So how is it that, with all this cultural emphasis toward “giving” there are so many “takers” out there? Many clients come with a feeling of betrayal that they have done so much “giving” and when they need something, there is nobody to “give” back. Those to whom they have given so much, just take more - and little or nothing comes back. Perhaps it's primary genetic wiring. Perhaps it's early life experience. Perhaps it's parenting. I've seen all three. But there is a street savvy wisdom that emerges, claiming that the only way you're going to get what you want is to “just take it”. And takers can be very attractive people. Some even taking on a folk hero status - perhaps from a hidden resentment that the rest of us can't “do that too.” In our audience sports, we cheer for the one who can get out there and take best. Taking is winning. It's true in the economic world as well - those who can get the most are those who get rewarded the most. In business seminars they are heros for our emulation. Our rock stars know well the persona of the taker is the key to fame and fortune - just ask their managers. In the world of sales, it's the narcissist, the one who thinks solely in terms of his own ego needs, who has the “inner balls” to be the most aggressive and successful salesperson. Paradoxically, they're also the best in posturing as givers. Sometimes it takes a pretty good “BS detector” to tell the difference. I see it most in the subtle emptiness of their relationship abilities. A sad psychological maxim is that takers insist on seeing themselves as givers - and they will be the first to tell you so, and the very last to see themselves as otherwise. In my thirty years of practice, I'd say this has been true about 80% of the time. The process of change for these folks to become less narcissistic, especially for the sake of their domestic relationships, is a lengthy difficult process at best, and counts for almost every grey hair I have (or have lost). The psychological profile of the taker includes a psychological bind that prevents him or her from seeing themselves accurately here. That's why there's always an aura of unreality and/or emptiness surrounding these people. The shell of excitement and success by which they cover and protect this inner sadness is what others “fall in love” with - as many of my clients sadly have come to realize. The sense of betrayal we come to feel when we've been “taken” is often analogous to the inner sense of betrayal the taker carries deep in his or her psyche, but is forbidden by an ancient bind from ever acknowledging. That's why takers characteristically have difficulty with any experience of anxiety (and again, cannot let themselves know this). Warning Signs Here are a few clues - ‘before the wedding', so to speak - that your partner may be a taker. I'll assume here that the taker is a male and the attracted party is a female - though the opposite is frequently the case as well. - When dining out, how does he treat waitresses (or waiters)? And how well does he tip? How he treats service personnel is a pretty accurate barometer how he will eventually be treating you. - In general, how does he treat those of lower social standing? Also, how does he act in the presence of those of higher social standing? - Is he hungry for praise - and grumpy when he doesn't get ‘enough'? - Does he take more than he really needs, when opportunity provides it? - Is there an air of entitlement - that he deserves what he has or wants? - Does he get upset when honestly challenged or criticized? (Be careful here, because the taker can be skilled in transferring or projecting his or her own anger onto the partner, then blaming the partner for being the angry one.) - Here's a specific ‘test': Accuse your partner that he/she lacks empathy. Takers generally lack the capacity for empathy - but don't know it's missing. So they develop a pseudo empathy, and when challenged as I suggest, get very anxious, defensive and angry. The primary key to recognizing a taker is to know yourself well enough that you are not blinded by their skill. The inscription, “Know Thyself,” from the ancient forecourt of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, still carries its wisdom. I count it as a primary purpose of good psychotherapy to pursue this vital self-knowledge. And in many cases, it entails a difficult struggle".
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So True! Givers need to set limits because takers rarely do. #Givers #Takers #Quotes #Words #Sayings #Advice
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As hard as it is just keep moving on!
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so true, hard sometimes to teach yourself to move on though ❥
Andrea it is time to move forward. I am not your type. To much pain in my life. I just want too move on and pray for your happiness. I could fight I am not afraid not what does it do? Hope you find an everlasting happiness that has eluded you. You can think what you want. You don't know me. You honestly would like me. Please just go. I will pray for your everlasting happiness. That's where I'm at.
Move on. #words #quote
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BABY------ it's true !!!! Lyrics to a song can bind you to someone special in your life. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy. Mia Bella.
So true. Music is the soundtrack of my life and the key into the depths of my soul.
So true. With The Right Music, You Either Forget Everything Or You Remember Everything? #inspiration #quote
ain't that the truth! ♫ music is life ♫
'*• ♫♫♫ •*' • '*true story* ' • '*• ♫♫♫•*'
this is all about moving forward momentum and not living in the past. Good doesn't see anything that's under the blood and neither should we... (in ourselves)
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The past is a place of reference, not a place of residence. | quotes | wisdom | advice | life lessons
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That's the lovely thing about forgiveness, it transforms you :-) ...see Romans 12:2 New International Version (NIV) 2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
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Too many people live in the past...embrace the now and what's to come!!!
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Move forward ...
Too many people live in the past..
Oh, delicious irony.
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truth is like a lion. quote. St. Augustine.
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Unanswered questions are far less dangerous than unquestioned answers.
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Successful people don't care about others.
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Amen!! Some people need to do this exactly
Translated: Mind your business! :D Good advice indeed!