Example of a Scenario; If someone close to you is not feeling well, and you sugggest he/she call a doctor,and they snap, 'you drive me crazy when you do this!' Then the person immediately apologizes and says,'I am sorry you do not drive me crazy...sorry I said that...' In your opinion, did the person really mean it, since the words flew out of their mouth so rapidly? I am writing a book which includes human emotion and reactions, and I would like to use this topic as an example.
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Lisa HW THANK YOU! I've been told, 'EVERYBODY' snaps at people and I disagree because I do not snap at people either...even when very ill in the hospital last year. I don't believe for one minute that everyone does it. I needed to read this!
Dashingscorpio thank you so much for your valuable insight! You are correct with your suggestion to no longer offer advice...and that the longer you know someone the easier it becomes to predict how they will react. Excellent advice, so appreciated
Sri T: what a great answer, a perspective I never would have thought of. I am so appreciative for your views regarding this question, it is a big help to a
circumstance that occurs quite frequently. THANK YOU so much!
Hi dear Faith! I will send you an email because they do not allow enough characters for my reply. THANK YOU for answering. God bless, Sparklea
So appreciative you took the time to respond to this very important question.
I understand as I am always running out of room to reply too! Snapping at people accomplishes nothing for sure. Yes, "Out of the heart the mouth speaks." Our words can either build up or tear down, and I choose to build up. You do too. God bless
Penny G, thank you for truly great advice...Great response you put forth also. I never would have thought of that. SO much appreciated!
c-m-hall thank you so much for your great perspective. yes, it happens quite often...you gave excellent advice. I cherish everyone who has taken the time to reply, including you. God bless, Sparklea :)