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Do you think that when you were young, you chose good words that resonates with

  1. pattyfloren profile image80
    pattyflorenposted 11 months ago

    Do you think that when you were young, you chose good words that resonates with you now?

    I understand when things are wrong, or frustration takes hold of a crummy situation, so naturally one can let it all out in bad writing.  But doesn't that stay with you later down the road?

  2. Jeremy Gill profile image95
    Jeremy Gillposted 10 months ago

    Hi Patty. Yes, vocabulary usage and patterns can dictate one's path. Venting feelings occasionally is one thing, but if someone gets too used to complaining, they'll likely develop into a negative and spiteful person. Contrastingly, positive words and a diverse vocabulary help prepare for better education and a benevolent attitude down the road.

    1. pattyfloren profile image80
      pattyflorenposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your answer Jeremy Gill.  I wonder why some people like to appear so serious all of the time.

    2. Jeremy Gill profile image95
      Jeremy Gillposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      Hmm, maybe it's an attempt to appear professional, or to guard oneself. Often showing emotion is associated with weakness, so we hide our feelings to shield against ridicule.

 
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