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    Hey Pug, look over to your pooches - they are guaranteed to relieve any of those 'yuk' kinda feelings. Up close and personal wet smooches may be required, but it's worth it I reckon (i say as I get ready for another shower after a slobber bath with my 2 after an unrehearsed rock n' rollathon on the lounge!).

    Keep smilin' mate,
    Best wishes, SH, Lola n' Zep

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    Cheer up pugger!
    Things will get better.. Will a smile cheer you up ?
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    This is for you Pugger. Cheer up and give those dogs loads of cuddles...it always works for me.
    The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    We are here to listen so whine away.....
    The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    I'm sure you really aren't like that at all. We all have our bad days and this must be one of yours. Tomorrow will be a lot brighter for you.
    The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    Who did you get back at? What did you do? ....just curious
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    I just wish I didn't feel the need to "out" people or get them back or anything.
    I feel ashamed for being an angry vindictive person. I hate myself because I can be mean
    I believe we have a choice as to how we react in situations. We have a choice whether we are going to lie or tell the truth...whether or not we are going to be nasty...we have a choice if we want to be hurtful or not. I don't roam around looking for things to react to in a "nasty" way to make myself feel better or look better. If I think people need to know some things...I'll tell them. If it turns out I am wrong, then I will apologise for my actions. You can only expect to be treated the way you treat others and you should never be too "proud" to apologise...that is what I teach my children!

    Just like with Occy the other day. People might disagree with her on some things, but in the time I have been here...I have never seen her get personal in the way she was treated. Occy has her opinions and we have ours...she has her own sense of humour and we have ours. I have disagreed with Occy regarding some things, but that sure as hell didn't make me want to participate in the witch hunt. She was treated utterly disgusting and on a VERY personal level. Occy still chose to keep it "professional" without attacking people on a personal level...even though I could have understood why she would have wanted to. I don't think I could have kept a level head the way she did and I didn't actually!

    We have a choice as to how "touchy" we want to be...as to how we react etc. We can choose to ignore a thread if it pisses us off or we can go off like a rocket.

    If you are ashamed of being an angry, vindictive person...why don't you try and change that about yourself? If you can see it is a trait you don't like about yourself...then maybe it is time to work on that?

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    I have a son who will say anything to hurt someone if his temper is up. It does not matter if he is sorry later as the damage is done. I keep telling him he is an adult now, not a child and that he has to learn some self discipline. That him just saying sorry afterwards, time after time does not cut it as words can hurt.

    We of course all feel like that at times. We have to walk away from a situation if we feel this way, or yes we can react to it and be happy with what we have said. Silence can be hard at times but when things cool down there can be pride in holding our tongues.

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    What happened to Occy?
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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