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Tact: means careful use of words when pointing something negative out about something or someone

Tact - if only we could be better at this. Teaching TACT at this level is possible and should be done.

Saving people is a really hard task - it won't always work. But what you can do is love them, make them feel special and let them know there's someone who cares about them and that their life is worth living.

You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories. If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should've behaved better.

@Lauren Whitehurst, just keep finding em today. . . just thought while we are both at the edge and throwing over all the people that bring nothing but drama and stress into our lives, we could use a little literary support for doing so ;)

When someone rejects the help they have initially asked for and go into every excuse of why they can't then that's the time to walk away. They don't truly want to be free and in remaining there you are keeping them stuck too.

I would like to make a card out of this and send it to all the teachers that told me daydreaming would get me nowhere.

My Child, I am flawed, and too prone to mistakes--but I love you with all my heart--please consider that and forgive me my imperfections--I always desire the best for you!

Yes, some people really do suck. Why invite them into YOUR precious life? God gives us a finite number of days above ground. Why pollute a single second/minute/hour/day/year with a sucky person? If they were the tray that raw chicken comes in, how long could you stand to leave it in your kitchen trash? Time to kick those stinky peeps to the curb trash can for pick up, baby!

Compliment people. Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses.