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It’s About Time

IT's Time to Admire Yourself say Queen of Your Own Life authors Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff.

She finally decided she was worthy of her own admiration and all of her friends thought, “It’s about time!” – Queenism™

If most of us knew what our friends thought of us, we’d blush. While we’re fretting over a few extra pounds or some shortcoming that haunts us, others see our quick laugh, our willingness to help a friend, our warm smile and our lovely hospitality or other characteristics that make us

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truly admirable in their eyes. Our low opinion of ourselves can get in the way of receiving a pretty wonderful different “look” at ourselves. Think what a relief it would be to just let ourselves see our best qualities over our imagined worst qualities.

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One Response to “It’s About Time”

  1. Marsha says:

    I recently left a marriage that was marred with distrust, negativity and distrust, on my husband’s part. I spent 3 years trying to work within the framework of my relationship, trying to understand my husband’s side, explaining myself and defending who I was. I finally realized that no matter how healthy I might be, it takes 2 healthy positive individuals to make a successful union…………and I walked away. Though I was sad to have to do so, I have never looked back – and I am surrounding myself with those you love and care for me and those that offer supportive and positivity. I, in turn, continue to exude the same and “give back”. In my desire to rid myself totally of negativity energy, I also had to distance myself from a longtime female friend whom I had considered my BFF. Again, it was a painful experience, but it was the right thing to do.

    I’m guess I’m saying all that to say this……When one is determined to lead a happy positive life, sometimes God weans us from other relationships that are harmful to our self-good. I don’t pretend to be better than those who treated me badly…….I simply have let them go, in love, and moved on.

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