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Lessons Learned
lj_bot wrote in writersblock
What's the most important thing your parents or guardians taught you as a child?

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Am I the only one who sees "View 0 Answers" now, even when there probably aren't 0 answers?

HAHAHAHAAAAA!!! I just noticed that!


Dont be lazy & do for others even if its a small gesture.

Respect has to be earned. So does love. So does trust. None of those things are granted automatically simply because of genetic happenstance. The Maternal Unit tried her best to teach me that I'm unworthy, unlovable and useless. Fortunately, with hubby's help (and that of his parents and his mother's extended family), I'm unlearning those painful lessons.

The most important lesson the Paternal Unit ever taught me is that all work is honorable.

If anyone teases you for being just the way you are, don't listen to them, and just continue your life.

Taught me many things..some are
Respect others
There is always someone better than you
Dont be jealous

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