re·as·sureˌ rēəˈSHo͝or verb 1. say or do something to remove the doubts and fears of someone Even the most secure people need reassurance sometimes. It’s part of being human. Even if you need lots of validation, this is nothing to be ashamed of. Some of us didn’t receive enough reassurance growing up. We didn’t get … Continue reading in hesitation; i found my answer
If you have said that actions speak louder than words, you are preaching to other people that their actions show their real attitudes or intentions, rather than what they have said or what they say. It is usually an expression used to guide someone to do something positive, or make a different outcome from which … Continue reading say is nothing; do is everything
Whether you meet someone at a party, go out on a first date or become accustomed to your new boss, first impressions are a guiding point in getting a “feel” for what a person is all about. Sometimes, a first impression can speak more truth through the person’s actions [ or lack thereof ] than … Continue reading eyebrows speak louder than words.
We want everyone to like us, but in reality we shouldn’t. As social creatures in this world, we are concerned, often to a fault, with whether or not we are enjoyed, appreciated, and respected by those around us. [ but does it really matter? ] We are succumbed to the impulses of others, hoping to … Continue reading you have brains in your head. you have feet in your shoes.
My dear little Lennox; How is it even possible that you are already turning three years old?! [ December 18 ] It feels like just yesterday [ cliché but true ] you were toddling around, muttering words and sounds, no one understood. Now you are a full on boy who runs, jumps, sings, speaks in full … Continue reading there’s no one alive that is youer than you.
Do you think before you make a promise to someone? Little or big? Do you think people are too casual about making promise? Too confident in themselves? What if you can’t deliver on your word? Does it really matter to you? What about them? The world isn’t going to come to an end, is it? … Continue reading I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.
Many interactions these days have a bumper-car quality to them. At work, at home, on the phone, email; we sort of bounce off of each other while we exchange information, smile or frown, and we move on. People, even those who are closest to us, will always be a mystery. Everyone has a unique personal … Continue reading believe; while others are doubting.