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    There is rarely only one explanation or point of view in an argument.
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    Never, ever, ever gossip. And don't entertain a gossip.

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    "don't accept gifts from people"
    "friends are temporary; they don't actually like you, they just want to corrupt and take advantage of you"
    "good grades and marrying well is the only that matters"
    "if someone talks to you, they want something from you"
    "salt on everything"

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    "don't accept gifts from people"
    "friends are temporary; they don't actually like you, they just want to corrupt and take advantage of you"
    "good grades and marrying well is the only that matters"
    "if someone talks to you, they want something from you"
    "salt on everything"
    lol (joke?)

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    Advices of an ISFJ mom:
    * Women don't wear make-up because of guys. It's because of other women.
    * Work hard, and you'll be rewarded.
    * You are not studying for parents or teachers, you study for yourself.

    Inadvertent lessons learnt from my mom:
    * You'll be treated as you allow yourself to be treated.
    * Sometimes not helping is helping more.
    "The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine."
    -Nikola Tesla

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    "Always pull out."

    A real romantic, she was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Advices of an ISFJ mom:
    * Women don't wear make-up because of guys. It's because of other women.
    lol those lesbians...

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    From my ESFJ monther:

    "If you can't avoid something learn to appreciate it." (Applies to both activities and people)
    "It never hurts to be kind and polite."
    "Being a woman doesn't mean you shouldn't strive for monetary success."
    "Live life with passion."
    "Keep an optimistic outlook on life."
    "This too shall pass."
    "Strive to be beautiful (keep in shape etc.), successful (with studies and careers), AND intelligent. You have the potential to be all that."
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    "Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience." - Greg King
    The worst mistake people make in political arguments is assuming that the other side is not trying to do the right thing. This simple oversight makes productive conversation nearly impossible.

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    She's an ISFP. And the best advice she offered to me was "never reveal your weaknesses to others, no matter how hard life hits you."

    It surely hits all the right notes based on my past experience. Genuine sympathy comes when people accidentally discover your hardships, not by spreading words around.

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    1) It's not what you know, it's who you know and what&how they know about you..
    2) Most of success is achieved by first- showing up and second- defining what you want.

    And I still can't grasp how much it is against my and I presume many people's instincts and beliefs that hard work is all that matters, but I've noticed that it's nice if you have it, but it doesn't guarantee success and lack of it does not necessarily mean a guaranteed failure. The more I live, the more I understand that in many circles and institutions, there are minimum work requirements and once you've passed, the rest is just how you present them.
    Oh yeah?

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