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Friday, May 25, 2012

Today I was reading a blog like I do every day and I started to leave a comment, as I was writing I realized I was giving this person advice that maybe they did not want. So I stopped writing and just acknowledged the blog as being part of where she wants or needs to be.

So today I realized that I try to help people who may not really want or need my help !!
They may just want to vent,so I want to apologize ,if I offered any unwanted advice. It's my way of lending a hand or being kind , but not always wanted or necessary!
So to all you bloggers keep on blogging and I hope I learn at least one thing from your journey to help me get through mine!

Thanks for the blogs that help me get through the day!
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  • KITKATSGRACE
    I can relate! I believe we all need to stop and think, before we speak, or write. Have a great holiday weekend!

    1583 days ago
  • KRISZTA11
    Good thoughts!
    Somewhere I read women often only want to vent their feelings after a bad day, and marital conflict is generated when husbands want to help and give advice instead of listening.
    I often catch myself doing what you just described ; )
    Few people want to be told what to do, but most of us like to share thoughts, feelings, ideas, different solutions, and everybody likes understanding, kindness and encouragement.
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    1585 days ago
  • BLUE42DOWN
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    It can be a tough balance, but I think as long as we offer ideas and advice in a way that doesn't expect the blogger to take it or criticize them for not having already done so, there's a benefit. I've learned some great ideas and information from the responses to other's blogs and even my own, even when it wasn't asked for.
    1585 days ago
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