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    Possibly my monkeys, but that's alright! #NotMyCircus #Monkeys #InspiringQuotes

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    NOT MY CIRCUS, NOT MY MONKEYS. Remember this when getting too involved in other people's problems. Check. #quotes #wisdom #inspiration <3

  • Laura Piawlock

    Not my circus. Not my monkeys. My life motto.

  • Lauren Burke

    "Not my circus, not my monkeys." Polish Proverb #quote #encouraging #motivational #funny

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By "do so little for you" it really means someone who doesn't meet emotional needs you have deep down inside, reciprocate your love or service, or let you know you are deeply cared for - NOT by our society's means either (i.e. material things) but doing it in the way YOU genuinely respond to.... I have love to give regardless of my well being....Period

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The phone is killing our relationships. I have people who I counsel that tell me that the person they are dating, married or living with are constantly on the phone. To the point that it has become an obsession or addition. So do decide which is it you want a relationship or the internet. If you continue with the phone, you will be on the internet on a dating site looking for a new relationship if you don't stop. Is that worth it, or do you not care?

How People Treat Other People is a Direct Reflection of How They Feel About Themselves