Even if there are just three of you, you should feel like you're in good company. Knowing who to hang out with and who to avoid is the greatest present .
Hasty, fearful, and painful decisions seldom turn out well for me. I will take a few deep breaths and calm down. Soon enough, it'll be clear what to do.
Sibling rivalry is real, even when deciding on a TV program to watch. My spouse and I both are who we are, and that's okay.
Manipulation is not love. True love makes room for others. Manipulation is an attempt at dominance. Even though it's a horrible habit of mine, I needed to hear this today.
If I insist on getting my way about every decision—including where we should go out to lunch—I risk alienating my friends and coworkers. I've decided to be cooperative today.
I believe the cosmos has been trying to communicate with me by means of omens such as repeated numbers and the random appearance of feathers.
If someone is avoiding me, I don't force them to talk and instead focus on what I need.
I've surrounded myself with wonderful individuals, but I know that certain people would rather drain my positive energy than contribute to it.
Friends that really care about me won't put me down or attempt to squash my ambitions with groupthink. In order to make time for the things that matter to me.
It takes a lot of courage to go against the grain of your peers. Yet, I am resilient. I'm aware of the fact that self-control isn't developed overnight.
Covering my suffering is a mistake. My pals want me to have a nice time here. I was able to express my grief to them. Obviously, I can go to them for assistance.
To prevent endless conflict, I use love to vanquish my foes. It's preferable to deal with some issues before they become major headaches.