So I found this photo set someplace and found it both terribly accurate and also not…
Nope! Here, watch this: The Sociology of Gossip: Elaine Lui at TEDxVancouver.
I agree with this one! I really dislike when this happens.
Not quite so straightforward. I am one of the people who is afraid of change but that doesn’t mean that I’m not capable. I have problems with anxiety and possibly depression so I don’t think it’s fair to just write all of us who are afraid of change as unsuccessful people.
I believe this one is mostly correct. But what of in the case someone is ACTUALLY to blame for something you failed in? Okay, okay, I guess I don’t just mostly believe this one is correct- it completely is because you should probably be able to rise up out of whatever you failed with…
DOUBLE YES!!! This is pretty huge.
But remember! There is not such thing as forgive and forget! “This week’s episode is about “Forgetting and Forgiving.” Frankly, though, the ‘forgetting’ part is sort of throw-away. You should never forget the wrongs done to you. Why would you want to? Forgiving, though, is another thing entirely. When somebody wrongs us, negative emotions can eat away at us. If we let go of our anger and resentment, we experience healing and reconciliation.” – Ken Taylor, from To Forgive and Forget | Philosophy Talk.
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