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Queen of Your Own Life

Stop Tip Toeing Around the Truth

She'd tip-toed around the truth until she just couldn't deny it any longer. She was one seriously clever woman with some wicked-awesome skills. - Queenisms™

She’d tip-toed around the truth until she just couldn’t deny it any longer. She was one seriously clever woman with some wicked-awesome skills. – Queenisms™

Why is it that we spend so much energy hiding our brilliant beautiful selves from the world? Do we really think we’re not important or valuable or worthy? Or do we think it’s bragging to be good at something? Wouldn’t it be a relief if everyone were able to shine brightly for whatever skill or gifts they possessed and we’d all just applaud and appreciate those gifts without feeling jealous or resentful? Wouldn’t the world be a better place if we all just went ahead and let ourselves feel accomplished? Let’s give that a try for awhile and see how that works out. OK? Why not start by telling us something that you’re very good at doing, creating, or being?

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6 Responses to “Stop Tip Toeing Around the Truth”

  1. Kristine Johnston says:

    i’m good at connecting people. i’m good at corny humor and witty humor. I’m good at being kind and laughing at myself with joy and not derision.

  2. Pamela Jenewein says:

    This is one post I must answer. 🙂 Too many decades have passed by with silence. Today that ends.

    There are so many things I’ve been good at, and still are:

    1. Building databases, and I was self-taught to code
    2. I’m an artist too; drawing, ceramics, graphics
    3. Creating web sites; again, self taught to code

  3. Joelinda Gordon says:

    I have bi Latrell carpal tunnel in my hands due to a supervisor job discretion that changed moment by moment. I just had my first surgery on my dominant hand, it’s hard to do your life. Everyone is busy, but there is no compassion and no willingness to help out.

  4. cindy says:

    Bravo Queen Pamela. You make our hearts sing.

  5. cindy says:

    We love a good corny sense of humor Queen Kristine!

  6. Ann says:

    I think a lot of girls were (are) brought up not to be too high-falootin’ about themselves, that modesty is desired in women. So, it feels like bragging or tooting our own horn to praise ourselves. Fortunately, I seem to have broken this pattern with my daughter.

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