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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

why am i rebellious?

and how can i relate this to you? no way of knowing, so i'll stay general.

who rebels? not those who feel on top of things, for sure! it's those who feel trodden on, used and abused, taken advantage of, unappreciated. you try, you give, you contribute, but to no avail.

and why not? because when those 'on top' are unwilling to 'relinquish' their position, you can bet your bottom dollar they will not give, try, contribute, or compromise in any way at all. they see your desperation, and they like it, and they want to keep things that way.

time to stop the nice-nice! you want something from me, you earn it!


hope you can relate, andylin!
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  • v MARIAJESTRADA
    I run my Union chapter and believe me, I get the whole workers being tread on and abused. I've been called a rebel (among other things), but I don't take it, and neither do my members.
    1210 days ago
  • v ANDYLIN90
    And that's why I know how to use the pointy end of my big girl boots!!! But being rebellious can have it's downsides too...even though it's me telling me to stay within my 1200-1600 calorie range, I still rebel against being told what to do. Doesn't make much sense I know; most of the time I have to keep my pointy toed boots put away, suck it up and "just do it" when it comes to my own goals

    Thanks for "my" blog; I appreciate it.
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    Linda
    1211 days ago
  • v CANDOK1260
    I wish I Ed more rebellious
    1212 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Well put. I am not as rebellious as I used to be, but it's still in me!

    HUGS Hope Georgie is feeling better.
    1212 days ago
  • v ELLENIRENE
    I can relate--that's why I left my job--some people NEED to be in control of you at all times

    1212 days ago
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