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Even though it sucks. He will call you more. End the date first.
Once books are open, they end up closed. Be supportive and sympathetic Be awesome. You never want to be sad. Sad people are Sad. Happy people are contagious. You are not a tool set. You are a teddy bear and chocolates and everything sweet that he is feeling. Refrain from seeing more than times a week Only casual kissing on the first date Just be busy all the time. Busy people are important.
You want to be important. Even if you are not busy, pretend like you are. This is not lying. Only tell your therapist or your dog everything about them.
Words get around. When it comes to intimacy, stand your ground. They will respect you. I see one in my future. In school I didn't need to wear glasses, and had a HPC instead of a rule, but otherwise you pretty much described me. As far as skinny, I remember when my waist size was shorter than my inseam!!!
Now that was a long time ago. I remember when pocket protectors were treasured, not just in school, but at work as well. Even now, when I go out I prefer shirts with a pocket and take a pen and 3x5 index cards in a 'pocket briefcase' by by Levenger. The thought process goes something like this: "this is really nurdly, should this bother me?
Do only those things about which you would speak with honor. Rule 7: Pursue what is meaningful, not what is expedient. Doing good preventing evil from happening, alleviating unnecessary suffering provides your life with meaning. Meaning defeats existential angst; it gratifies your short-term impulses to achieve long-term goals; it makes your life worth living. Think — how can I make the world a little bit better today? Pay attention.
Fix what you can fix. Think more deeply — what is your true nature? What must you become, knowing who you are? Work toward this. Rule 8: Tell the truth.
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You may lie to others to get what you want; you may lie to yourself to feel better. You must develop your personal truth, and then act only in ways that are consistent with your personal truth. Once you develop your truth, you have a destination to travel toward.
This reduces anxiety — having either everything or nothing available are far worse. Act only in ways that your internal voice does not object to. Like a drop of sewage in a lake of champagne, a lie spoils all the truth it touches.
People talk because this is how they think. They need to verbalize their memories and emotions to clearly formulate the problem, then solve it. As a listener, you are helping the other person think. Sometimes you need to say nothing; other times, you serve as the voice of common reason. This forces you to genuinely understand what is being said; it distills the moral of the story, perhaps clarifying more than the speaker herself; and you avoid strawman arguments while constructing steelman arguments.
Assume that your conversation partner has reached careful, thoughtful conclusions based on her own valid experiences. Rule Be precise with your speech. Anxiety usually comes from the unknown.
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Specificity turns chaos into a thing you can deal with. Be precise. What is wrong, exactly?
What do you want, exactly? Why, exactly?
In interpersonal conflicts, specify exactly what is bothering you.Once you develop your truth, you have a destination to travel toward. Rule 5: Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them. People talk because this is how they think.
Essential for. They want to prove competence to each other.
Assume that your conversation partner has reached careful, thoughtful conclusions based on her own valid experiences. Modern parenting has gotten overprotective.
Even if you are not busy, pretend like you are. Rule 8: Tell the truth.