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Five ways to say NO!

five ways to say no

Five Ways to Say NO!

There are Five Ways to Say No! Let’s look at how to go about that. The ultimate best way to say no is prior to going on a date, to tell your date that you have no intentions of sleeping with him at the end of the evening. If he’s not happy with that, he’ll tell you not to bother. Good. It saves you from having to fend him off when he tries to impose himself on you later in the evening.

However, even though you may told your date that you’re not going to sleep with him until you know for sure that you’re going to have a committed relationship, he may still try to seduce you into sleeping with him. So this is how to handle the situation when you’ve got a problem on your hands. Continue reading

Silk Isn’t Weakness

Silk Isn’t Weakness

silk woman

“You’re going to meet many people with domineering personalities:
the loud, the obnoxious, those that noisily stake their claims in your territory and everywhere else they set foot on.
This is the blueprint of a predator. Predators prey on gentleness, peace, calmness, sweetness and any positivity that they sniff out as weakness. Anything that is happy and at peace they mistake for weakness.
It’s not your job to change these people, but it’s your job to show them that your peace and gentleness do not equate to weakness.
I have always appeared to be fragile and delicate but the thing is, I am not fragile and I am not delicate. I am very gentle but I can show you that the gentle also possess a poison. I compare myself to silk.
People mistake silk to be weak but a silk handkerchief can protect the wearer from a gunshot.
There are many people who will want to befriend you if you fit the description of what they think is weak; predators want to have friends that they can dominate over because that makes them feel strong and important.
The truth is that predators have no strength and no courage. It is you who are strong, and it is you who has courage. I have lost many a friend over the fact that when they attempt to rip me, they can’t.
They accuse me of being deceiving; I am not deceiving, I am just made of silk. It is they who are stupid and wrongly take gentleness and fairness for weakness.
There are many more predators in this world, so I want you to be made of silk.
You are silk.”
― C. JoyBell C. —