1. Prioritize being kind.
2. Be there when it matters.
3. Learn the value of silence.
4. Never betray a confidence.
5. Never take advantage of them.
6. Help to cheer them up when they’re having a bad day.
7. Show an interest in their life, and what matters to them.
8. Overlook those small offenses.
9. Be someone who forgives.
10. Make sure they feel valued, and important to you.
1. People who use others, and are only interested in what they can get out of them
2. Whiners and complainers; people with a victim mentality who are always throwing a pity party
3. Those who are totally in love with themselves, and are always going on about how wonderful they are
4. People who…
1. Be bold. For example, don’t be afraid to tell someone what you like about their work, or to comment on something they do well. We usually like people who pay us compliments!
2. Remember that we always have something in common –even if it is just the weather, or a class we are taking. It is…
1. Pay attention to your posture. Stand up tall, pull back your shoulders, and look straight ahead as a confident posture will command respect.
2. Deliberately slow down – and take a few deep breaths. We tend to rush and splutter when we’re anxious and nervous – but slowing down or waiting makes…
it is one in the morning and nothing in my life has ever been this important
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