I don't know if you would call it 'running away' but i try to stay away from negative thoughts that bring me down,,
Yes,...the pain of my brother's death. I just don't want to deal with the sadness. I miss him.
I try to stay away from negativism and if I see it around me..instead of shielding me against it, I tend to run away from the problem and not tackle it.
I try to run away from strong temptations that insists without rest, like junk food.
Yes, I am running away from corruption and trying to set an example of purity. If self purification can set the example of idealism, it could indirectly reduce or remove the sight of corruption in public places. I suppose running away from corruption can also help in solving the problem of corruption.
from drugs, it is something I definitely don't want in my life.
Well, I am not sure if it is a thing, so much as things. I guess I am not very aggressive, run away from fights and any kind of confrontation, as I don't like to argue with people. That's all I know of so far.
I've lead a life of running away from alcohol and drugs. I refuse to be apart of those things.
Not sure. But at times, I am too nervous to ask for even small (pity) favor from someone I know for long time. If you can write something about all such problems and way to face it , that can be big help.
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Did you ever decide to run away when you were a kid?What was your destination goal? Did you actually go through with it? How long did you last before turning back?
by Penny Godfirnon 4 years ago
Ever just want to run away? If so where would you go?
by InterestCaptured 6 years ago
Should I run away from my problems?
by Lucia 10 months ago
How do you run away from things that are in your head?
by ngureco 7 years ago
What If A Catholic Priest Showed Interest To Love You? Would You Run Away?
by Qmarpat 18 months ago
Why did the dish run away with the spoon?I love nursery rhymes. Give your own answer to this rhyme! This is an example: "The dish ran away with the spoon, so they could spoon under the moon."
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