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Tag Archives: honesty
Once upon a time, a photo was incontrovertible evidence that something happened. Now, through the magic of Photoshop, anyone can create a picture out of thin air to support whatever story they happen to have running at the moment. So, … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking of this post for most of the week and trying to think of wording it the right way. I guess to me, it comes down to either being nice to someone or telling a little white lie … Continue reading
I’ve heard a lot of people say “when is the time to talk to our kids” about sex or drugs? Things that are important. Things that really matter and kids have to know. People act scared to have “those” … Continue reading
Thanks to javajunkee over at Just for the ell of it for this cool award. Now I have to think of 10 honest things to tell you about me. 1. I don’t like chocolate. 2. I don’t really hate the … Continue reading
If your friends and acquaintances were willing to bluntly and honestly tell you what they really thought of you, would you want them to?
If you hit a car and did significant damage, but no one saw it, would you leave a note or just leave?
I want to ask all of you something. When someone reads one of your posts, do you expect them to agree with you? I’m not talking about a personal story but more the ones where your asking something. Do you … Continue reading
When you make a mistake, do you make excuses?
I’ve heard a lot of people say “when is the time to talk to our kids” about sex or drugs? Things that are important. Things that really matter and kids have to know. People act scared to have “those” talks. … Continue reading