Dad my mind still talks to you my heart still looks for you shirt, crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Category: Father's day
I have both of those attachment I ve been hurt so so much with friend relationship s and with family and bfs I ve been single five months because of it and sometimes Dad my mind still talks to you my heart still looks for you I avoid conflict other times I say what I mean and other times I don’t give a Beck about things people r saying doing around me other times that’s all I can focus on is everything and anything and sometimes it’s just one specific thing I can’t get my mind off of
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While the message was on point this story could lead people to think hey that’s what I should do go gamble and maybe I can be like the fedex guy. I will go as far as retracting this story and apologizing to your viewers and coming back to the table with a story that doesn’t involve the idiotic approach of gambling when all else fails… Dad my mind still talks to you my heart still looks for you seriously Mr Shetty! Don’t apologize just do better!
I missed how this video gave any real tangible how to on dealing with criticism… oh well. Critisism should ALWAYS be welcome because YOU can control getting value from it. Either by accepting valid points being made and choose to learn and grow from them. Or position the person criticizing in you mind as someone who’s opinion does NOT qualify (and save yourself A LOT of time and energy! More too it than that for sure, this insight have helped a lot of people I’ve taught it to
I was told by a nun in third grade I would be the least to succeed in life. I had hyperactivity, needed glasses, a bit slow. My grades in school were atrocious, even in high school. This was back in the early 1960’s. I grew up with depression, anxiety, bullying, a mom who left at 15. I felt worthless, defeated. My wife of 7 years died in 1971. I finally went to college in 1990 because I lost my job. I went to become an aircraft mechanic. After 3.5 years with a family, working 30 hours a week and 15 credits a semester, I graduated. I got hurt in 1998. Lost job. On disability and SSI. In 2008, I studied theology for 3 years and I taught at church. Loved it. In October of 2017, due to jealousy, backstabbing, gossip, I was pushed out of church. My domestic partner now recovered from stage 4 breast cancer keeps telling me to become a motivational speaker. I do not even know where to start. lol. Anyway to all of you, live your dreams, don’t allow anyone to shut you down.
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