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Bernard J. Toulgoat says
Richard Dorian Grey says
Well, you know the hypnotherapist is right and as you can see from most, if not all our answers, most of us tend to leave 'us' on the sidelines.
I find that almost kind of odd and also tend to disagree, because it almost sounds selfish and like there would need no self improvement Hmmm I need to think about this one
In order for others to respect us, like us and eventually love us, we must first show all of the above to ourselves. It has to do with self awareness and self respect. Nothing selfish about that.That's how you become balanced and selfless to others.
Excellent point and if you think of it like that then I totally agree. I was thinking on terms of no matter what I do, I don't have to fix it because it's unconditional and there is always room for improvement
Thank you for clearing that up for me
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Tara Carbery says
Ditto, ditto, and ditto Well except for my dad.
Catherine Tally says
This is a VERY good answer :)!
Tim Mitchell says
Sounds like an awesome charity and I am going to have to read up on Max
Travel'n Person says
I think there are a lot of people that disassociate themselves from their children for numerous reasons and vice versa.
Anastasia Vaughan says
Diane Minton says
That kind of unconditional love is very rare I think in humans. It's sad but true
Hollie Martin says
I am also a horse lover/nut and will love them and my dogs unconditionally, even through broken fences, torn up boots, hole digging, etc. I will love them forever.