Republicans are currently in a frenzy over Syria. But for all their noise, I notice there is not a single voice crying out to actually change anything in the most concrete way they have at their disposal.
Approaching regret from a cognitive point of view, reframing our thoughts from the past to the future, and asking, "What's next?" can also help to process regrets.
a breath of fresh air Like many clichés that consist of monosyllables, this one is often preferable to a more literal formulation
Untameable man who wants you to tame him which he shows by running away from commitment, gal pal who just loves talkin' penis size, Hugh Grant...
Sometimes a person will sacrifice their happiness to make a better future for the both of you. This is called bravery.
As soon as a catastrophic injury like mine happens, people look to you for strength when they see that your life altering event didn't totally break you. But I'm not your typical motivator. And I don't spew your typical cliché advice.
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In our daily lives we are confronted by what might be termed "the conventional wisdom," things we are taught from an early age and have heard repeated so often that we assume they must be true.