Would you be friends with a person who spoke to you in the same way you speak to yourself?
I do not Speak to myself ...
And I have a Friend ... The Friendship, makes all other friendships ...
a matter ... that Rests with, The Friend ... not me.
Absolutely not. I have a tendency to berate myself for my faults and mistakes while giving myself little or no credit for accomplishments. If another person talked to me the way I talk to myself we would probably not even associate with each other. Wow..now how do I get away from myself ? I'm a bad influence on me.
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by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
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