The Weight of Our Words

I am sharing this post by Lorana Hoopes because it applies not only to politics which is the subject she writes about, but to life in general. And specifically to relationship…to marriage.

~by Lorana Hoopes. As a teacher I often tell students it’s not always what you say, but how you say it that matters. Today I was reminded of how powerful that statement is. At the end of my wor…

Source: The Weight of Our Words

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7 thoughts on “The Weight of Our Words

    1. Words have meaning. Whoever said, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt you” was clearly never married to an abusive or manipulative person. 😳

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  1. It’s especially tough when you see someone who is supposed to love you, appear to be nicer towards everyone else. It just hurts.

    Maybe marriage should come with fixed but renewable term limits. Might give all of us an incentive to be nicer to each other.

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