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Post Re: What would you change?
I would change my teeth. I have sensitive teeth and they bother me a lot. Plus I am at the dentist too much. I just wish I could have beautiful white straight teeth, mine are normal, I guess, but I want superstar teeth! lol.


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I have already changed so many ways. I am 100% disabled and it has made me realize that life is too short and to live each day to the fullest as if it were your last! in school I was always the outcast because as a child I felt that I was no good and was constantly put down by my father who passed away a little over a year ago. I figured that the kids in my class wouldn't want to be friends with me because of what my dad had instilled in me. My dad treated my family like dirt!! Now that I am disabled, I see life in a whole new light! I have gotten back in touch with people from high school who say that I definitely have changed. I am more caring and considerate of other people's needs and I am not the shy Violet that everyone in high school thought I was. That person is dead and buried and I have made so many new friends and some old ones who tell me that they are impressed with all the changes in me and every comment is a great one and makes me feel that I am very wanted and needed in this world! so to answer the question I have already changed but could use to lose a little weight. I love the person that I have become!



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Oh, Bravo phillies4evr!!!

What a wonderful and positive post. It is so important to like oneself, because we don't know how to love and understand other people until we love and understand ourselves.

My Dad wasn't cruel, but he didn't like me very much, I just wasn't what he wanted in a daughter, well, he wanted a son really. But I learned to like me, although I do make a lot of allowances for myself. :wink:


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PENELOPE.......thank you so much for your positive feedback on my last post. Even though I am totally disabled probably because of the mental scars my dad has left me with, once he was gone I realized that life is too short and to do the things that I want to do most. It feels good to have totally turned my life around and start doing the things that I have always wanted to do. I love to travel, especially through this country and do so as much as I can.



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Post Re: What would you change?
the government... enough said.



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Hmmm... well, our current Government does not match my politics. But I do appreciate the tension between the two...Socialist/Capitalist....which does seem to keep the Country balanced as a whole.

Although I have heard the joke that 'The Country is a Hole'. Bare in mind that I am talking about the UK, not the USA, because I don't pretend to understand what is happening in the US.


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Post Re: What would you change?
there are things in my life that I have already changed. I am 100% disabled and I look at the world as a whole different place than I did when I wasn't disabled. No matter what is going on with me healthwise, I try to live each day to the fullest and now that I have undertaken promoting a book on here, which is totally voluntary on my behalf, my outlook on life has totally changed, actually for the better. I'm very proud of all of my accomplishments and the fact that I now treat people with more respect and have become much more caring, considerate person. I used to take everything for granted but not anymore!



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