I agree: even with a problem with your facial nerve, you must still be beautiful. Find every part of yourself that you like and write it down. A list of why you’re beautiful is the best therapy.
Mamie: you ARE camera-worthy. Believe it!
Men who think like that are cowards: they’d never say such things IRL. They sit behind a computer screen, believing their words have no impact: and if they do, they’ve gotten away with it. The online world is always full of trolls and the whatnot. Again, because they’re behind a computer screen, they believe they’re full of bravery.
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Thank you, Spinning Jen and everyone. I feel better today. I have had a shower, opened the windows and am just resting easy. I had my close friend support me. She just enquired as to how I was and advised me to take Lemsip. She telephoned this morning to check on me. She is definitely a good friend. Her mum is great, too.
It does seem like a…[Read more]
I would suggest furniture that is robust and practical. You don’t want to be frustrated by cheap flatpack things that are always falling apart. One point to consider is whether you are working in isolation or whether you are inviting clients into your premises and so will have to showcase your office. In that case your office becomes part of the…[Read more]
Either ignore them or… Be overly nice,, commiserate with them and say how terrible it must to be so emasculated that they feel the only way to feel like a man is to bully women online.. then block them!