I think self respect and self worth, are very important to have and to teach to every one. self respect is something as simple as using manners. when you say 'please' and 'thank you' , you are showing respect. if you dress with respect for your figure, and your age, you are showing people you have value and self worth. this starts from the youngest age, even newborn. you encourage your children to play nice, to share, to be gentle with smaller babies. there is so much more I could say about this. it is just so important. marie.
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04-05-2015 12:43 #13
I don't think anyone can really say they are pressured into taking drugs it's a choice you make for yourself and I can totally respect your sentiment of not having anything to do with people who have ever taken a drug. That's the thing it is making a choice about how you want to live your life regardless of what other people feel about it.
In the same regards you walk away from people like myself I walk away from people who aren't on my level. What I mean by my level is I no longer engage with people who gossip, put others down, are selfish or greedy or engage in any criminal behaviour. I have been seen as a jerk for just walking off no explanation but I think that's healthy. A healthy person knows what they do and don't need in their life and to have something that goes against your ethos jeopardises your own happiness. I really believe how other people feel is not someone else's responsibility. How we feel about ourselves is the only thing we can control.
04-05-2015 13:20 #14
I agree with you to walk away from situations and people that will lead you to compromise your standards of behaviour and life experiences.
wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
04-05-2015 13:33 #15
yes, rose&aurelia. 'walk away from situations and people"" . that is something that should be learned from the kindergarten stage. parents need to protect children from bad influences, and to discourage any friendship with someone who doesn't have the same family values or behaviour standards. I am reminded of the post, a short while ago, about some children appearing to be on free range at all hours. and coming to the neighbours house because they had children similar ages. I would not let my children do that, and it is part of teaching your childs value, and self-worth." if mum doesn't care where I am or who im with, then I mustn't be very important to mum. " that is part of the thinking process. marie.
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