To encourage you to keep going.
To remind you to be strong.

Published on May 26, 2018 in Picture Quotes, Revive
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It’s okay to dislike someone, or even dislike someone for no reason. But it’s not okay to disrespect, degrade, and humiliate that person.

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  1. Joanne May 26, 2018 Reply

    I agree with this 200%. My daughter asking for an apology that WAS warranted on my behalf she deserved. Later on learning she disrespected me along with the degrading and the humiliation being spread on the internet and few members of family, my ties are cut with her now. Something I never imagined, ever thought would happen had been the most difficult decision I ever had to make in my entire life. Yes, I do love my daughter. I forgive her for what she’s done, I have. I have moved on with my life with no turning back. Feelings have definitely changed on my part.

  2. Maria August 25, 2018 Reply

    Dear Joanne,if you hurt your daughter, and probably it was not the first time, she needed her support system to know her truth in life…that the person she expects by nature to be closest to her, lets her down immensely. I think she still needs you just like you will need her. . and that you should hug each other more frequently before it becomes too late. You both need eachother’s support. Learn to be humble and to keep private matters private unless they verge on illegality and abuse.Emotional verbal abuse is also abuse. Children,even grown up ones,hurt,and do as they are done upon and do retract.They do well to severe what hurts them and degrades them.

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