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    HOW BE WHEN YOU TRYNA KEEP YOUR COOL IN AN TEXTING ARGUMENT😂‼️‼️‼️(TAG YOUR FRIENDS)LIKE AND COMMENT‼️‼️‼️#texting#arguing#explorepage
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    HOW BE WHEN YOU TRYNA KEEP YOUR COOL IN AN TEXTING ARGUMENT😂‼️‼️‼️(TAG YOUR FRIENDS)LIKE AND COMMENT‼️‼️‼️ #texting #arguing #explorepage
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    373 8 13 hours ago
    the truth doesn't need you to defend it, the ego does.

like & comment if you agree!

    the truth doesn't need you to defend it, the ego does.

    like & comment if you agree!

    21 1 14 hours ago
    How shopping for cereal actually looks like😅 Trying to convince them that the healthy ones are just as good 🤪 #thestruggleisreal

    How shopping for cereal actually looks like😅 Trying to convince them that the healthy ones are just as good 🤪 #thestruggleisreal

    31 7 18 hours ago
    ✨ARGUMENTS✨
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“I release the need to blame anyone, including myself. We are all doing the best we can with the understanding, knowledge and awareness that we have.” —Louise Hay
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Just as in romantic relationships, it also happens in friendships or with family that people don’t argue about the things that truly hurt them. They tend to create “made up arguments” instead, which are good for letting out some anger, but don’t lead to the desired resolution and peace in anybody’s heart. Leave the scene of the argument and allow time for yourself and others to calm down. While you’re alone, ask yourself: “How does this situation make me feel? What does it remind me of? What has happened in the past that still hurts my soul? Where do I feel that: I’m not good enough; I made a mistake; I don’t deserve; I can’t forgive?” You will notice which answer makes you feel emotional. Stop at that thought and dig deeper. Once you understand why you feel a certain way, you’ve taken a first step towards healing. The second is to share what you’ve learned with your loved ones. Being vulnerable and opening your heart will make them feel safe to follow your example, so the argument can be turned into a loving, healing conversation.
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#argue #arguing #resolution #loving #vulnerability #vulnerable #vulnerabilityisstrength #sharethelove #healingquotes #howto #familygoals #relationshipquotes #relationshipgoals #selfgrowth #selfgrowthjourney #spiritualawakening #behonest #openyourheart

    ✨ARGUMENTS✨
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    “I release the need to blame anyone, including myself. We are all doing the best we can with the understanding, knowledge and awareness that we have.” —Louise Hay
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    Just as in romantic relationships, it also happens in friendships or with family that people don’t argue about the things that truly hurt them. They tend to create “made up arguments” instead, which are good for letting out some anger, but don’t lead to the desired resolution and peace in anybody’s heart. Leave the scene of the argument and allow time for yourself and others to calm down. While you’re alone, ask yourself: “How does this situation make me feel? What does it remind me of? What has happened in the past that still hurts my soul? Where do I feel that: I’m not good enough; I made a mistake; I don’t deserve; I can’t forgive?” You will notice which answer makes you feel emotional. Stop at that thought and dig deeper. Once you understand why you feel a certain way, you’ve taken a first step towards healing. The second is to share what you’ve learned with your loved ones. Being vulnerable and opening your heart will make them feel safe to follow your example, so the argument can be turned into a loving, healing conversation.








    #argue #arguing #resolution #loving #vulnerability #vulnerable #vulnerabilityisstrength #sharethelove #healingquotes #howto #familygoals #relationshipquotes #relationshipgoals #selfgrowth #selfgrowthjourney #spiritualawakening #behonest #openyourheart

    34 6 23 May, 2019
    Firstborns have an innate desire for rules to be followed.  I should know, I was a stereotypical firstborn.

I can't remember how many times I heard my parents tell me, "Ashley, you're not the mom." I frequently took it upon myself to be sure my little sisters were abiding but the parameters set out by Mom and Dad, and was quick to correct them if they veered. And I'm sure I did it in the most loving and non-bossy way, too. 😂 We all like to change our perception of history, sometimes, don't we?

In recent months I've been receiving payback for all those years of headaches I caused my parents...as my oldest has ventured into this phase and taken up camp in the name of justice.  She's become my parrot to the kids, despite being asked and directed not to.  She's decided that correcting minor differences in her sister's stories is the soap box she wants to stand on, full knowing this will result in a screaming match between the two. She has become quick to tattle on anyone breaking any rules.  She's turning into my younger self.

I never imagined a time were I'd be simultaneously frustrated with my child and yet laughing internally about all the times I did the same thing.

So, while I get it; I understand where her motives lie; I'm getting tired of hearing myself say, "You are not the mom." Hoping and praying I can figure out a better way to help her navigate this phase...because if not, it's going to be a long summer. 
Anyone else have a mini-me?  What things are you saying to your kids that were said to you as a child?

#minime #firstborn #youarenotthemom

    Firstborns have an innate desire for rules to be followed. I should know, I was a stereotypical firstborn.

    I can't remember how many times I heard my parents tell me, "Ashley, you're not the mom." I frequently took it upon myself to be sure my little sisters were abiding but the parameters set out by Mom and Dad, and was quick to correct them if they veered. And I'm sure I did it in the most loving and non-bossy way, too. 😂 We all like to change our perception of history, sometimes, don't we?

    In recent months I've been receiving payback for all those years of headaches I caused my parents...as my oldest has ventured into this phase and taken up camp in the name of justice. She's become my parrot to the kids, despite being asked and directed not to. She's decided that correcting minor differences in her sister's stories is the soap box she wants to stand on, full knowing this will result in a screaming match between the two. She has become quick to tattle on anyone breaking any rules. She's turning into my younger self.

    I never imagined a time were I'd be simultaneously frustrated with my child and yet laughing internally about all the times I did the same thing.

    So, while I get it; I understand where her motives lie; I'm getting tired of hearing myself say, "You are not the mom." Hoping and praying I can figure out a better way to help her navigate this phase...because if not, it's going to be a long summer.
    Anyone else have a mini-me? What things are you saying to your kids that were said to you as a child?

    #minime #firstborn #youarenotthemom

    16 2 22 May, 2019

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