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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

43 comments:

  1. I would love to be more street.

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  2. Everything about the way I was raised

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  3. Staying indoors

    We we're not allowed to have friends or go out and that affects my socialization, am kind of too reserved with no friends and its soo boring😭

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    1. You’re not alone in this. Mine is so bad I can’t even find myself a lover. How can I when it’s just work to house and no friend to hang out with.

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    2. Same here
      When I was small my mum always tell me, learn how to play with yourself and this really affect me, I don't know how to make and keep friends...

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    3. Beejay, check out Dale Carnegie's book - how to make friends and influence people.

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    4. Same here😢😢
      It have really affected my social life. I can't make friends, I can't keep friends.

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    5. My own introvert is worse I don’t like people calling me I prefer chats. And pls don’t call me first thing in the morning if you can type it cos I won’t pick . Rubbish

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    6. We are in the same Whatsapp group

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    7. 20:38 u ain't alone

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  4. Nothing at all.

    My parents did a great job. God bless them.

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    1. Same here..we were raised well,my Dad was the strict one while my Mom is the calm person,so there's a balance

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  5. Staying indoors it gave me this kind of strict mean face people call it "bitch face" but in reality I'm actually a playful cheerful being so once I got freedom I just wanted to make up or rather I thought I was making up for all the years I didn't have to mingle.

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  6. I was raised well. The only thing I'd tweak while raising mine is to allow them bring their friends home.

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    1. My daughter is ashamed to bring her friend home because of where we live. I told her at least we have a roof over our head. Be grateful. Baba God pick your daughter call this 2022

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    2. Deliberately work on your daughter's self esteem and burgeoning complex

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  7. Having late breakfast and forgetting there is a meal called lunch.

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    1. @Wilder's mistress that probably kept you healthy-which is called intermittent fasting today- and you just don't know it. If you think back, I'm sure you rarely fell ill growing up.

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    2. 21.35 it is sheer wickedness to impose intermittent fasting on a child!

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  8. They didn't make us know the importance of love amongst siblings, it's quite unfortunate. There's no love, it's siblings trying to outdo the other. Very bad upbringing.

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    1. Divide and rule
      Toxic and dysfunctional knocking of heads

      Taking sides
      Living in denial
      Feeding hatred, rivalry and disrespect

      They reap what they always sow

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  9. Nothing
    There was a balance. My Mum was strict, while my Dad was cool.

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  10. If I can change, I will change everything right from birth. It was soooo terrible.

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  11. I wouldn’t change a thing. Well except for being way too sheltered and “insulated”.

    I believe that when life happens or when there are downs turns in life, parents should be open to their kids about it and not try to shield them from it because when the kids eventually become adults and happen to face challenges, they might feel like there’s something wrong with them or that they’re doing something wrong because all their lives, they’ve only experienced or rather been exposed to the sunny side of life and they’d struggle to accept or maneuver that challenge.

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  12. I would be more open about sex with my kids. The word "sex" was like a taboo in my house. None of my parents gave us the sex talk. We got to learn about it on our own. Luckily for us , we all turned out well.

    I can't imagine talking about sex or boyfriend with my mum. That will be Soo weird.

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    1. Same with my parents. And now that we are married,my mum wants to be casual about sex talks with us. Ermm..awkward lol, we just change topic immediately

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  13. I was well raised,I think I cool with everything

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  14. Polygamy_would have loved to grow up with only my parents and siblings but oh well,it's all good

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  15. Raised with my folks not as an orphan!

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  16. I will change the fact that we were poor and my mother used to spark me a lot aside that, we were perfect.

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  17. Hmmn... don't even start.

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