Category Archives: Advice

Have People Become Socially Retarded?

Merriam Webster defines “Retarded” as follows: slow or limited in intellectual or emotional development or academic progress. First use: 1895 People should really take a moment and self examine how they treat others. What happened to courtesy? When did loved … Continue reading

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Colouring Outside the Lines

Over the past year I have l learned to be appalled at how people treat one another. People are selfish, viscous, dishonest and just plain cruel. I have a chronic illness diagnosed as “Fibromyalgia” back in 2003 but new symptoms … Continue reading

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Confidence: The White Whale…

You ever notice how some people just have confidence while others don’t? The prettiest women in the world probably lack confidence in some fashion or another. I’ve always had self esteem issues, since I was a kid. I was taunted … Continue reading

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The Decline of Customer Service

Is it just me, or are young people getting dumber and dumber?  Now when I refer to young people, I am referring to people from the ages of 17 to 25.  These are the people that often serve you when … Continue reading

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Bumps in the Road

One of my dearest friends of 26 years is getting married next month and I am to be the Matron of Honor.  I was ecstatic when she asked me to stand with her on her big day.  We’ve been through … Continue reading

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