Questions for you

Are you a person of your word?

How do you react when someone’s words fail to be true?

What do you do when actions contradict what you’ve been told?

Help me out if you don’t mind… I need your feedback for a post that’s been brewing about in my noggin. Please share your thoughts and words with me. I’d love to hear your thoughts!

As always,


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4 thoughts on “Questions for you

  1. 1. I certainly try to be. I make a conscious effort not to promise things I don’t think I can follow through on. So I *really* dislike making promises that it takes people outside of me to help fulfill; if one of them drops the ball, the whole ship goes down on a mega-guilt cruise for me!

    2. Instant internal reaction of severe disappointment, often accompanied by anger, resentment, a fresh distrust of humanity… It makes me feel like the other party didn’t respect me enough to take whatever contract we had going seriously. Or even if I’m aware that it wasn’t their fault, I’ll still usually feel pretty bummed. I’m a planner, and my plans made around whatever this thing was just got wrecked. It can be a day-breaker.

    External reactions, meanwhile, will vary, depending on how close I am to the person who let me down. An immediate family member or best friend will get a reflection of how I truly feel. Acquaintances or strangers are never meant to know how deeply they’ve cut. Polite lies for the world.

    3. Rail against fate.

  2. I try to be true to my words, but sometimes thing happen.
    Sometimes I confront them about their actions and their words, but sometimes I just let it go and things usually play out on their own.
    Hope this helps

  3. One should be able to hang their hat on your word. Misrepresentations accomplish nothing of value. Actions speak louder than words. Hope this helps.

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