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Childishness and Immaturity 

Dear People,

First, if somebody tells you “no” politely, just leave it at that. Going on and on hoping to weaken the other person’s defenses could only anger them and cause them to say ungodly things. I’ve been in the situation before. It’s infuriating; especially after you’ve explained why your answer is “no”. You may be used to people giving in to your desires by constantly saying “yes”,  but there will come a time when somebody gives the opposite answer. A person constantly going on after being told “no” is like a fly still trying to get at someone’s food after being shewed away. 


Second, if something is on your mind and you want someone to know what’s up, open up your mouth and tell how you’re doing. Unless you’re associated with a telepath, how is that person supposed know what you’re thinking? Maybe they can pick up on your body language and tone of voice that something is bothering you, but after that they are left only to imagine and guess what the issue is. By just holding it all in like a pouty child, all you’re doing is hurting yourself. Happy 

If the person is patient they might stick around and wait for you to open up. On the other hand, they may just walk away and not want to deal with you. What do you expect? Not everyone has the ability to deal with a person who wants to be a wall. Be like the walls of Jericho, and let the walls crumble down. 


By behaving in such ways, you’re coming off as child rather than an adult. As one of my high school English teachers preached often, “Pull up your big person panties, and grow up.”

Be wise and God Bless

Sincerely,

David Harris

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I was born on January 31, 1992. I graduated from Austin Peay State University in December 2015 with a B.S. My major was Communications, with a concentration in Print & Web Journalism. My minor was English, with a concentration in Creative Writing. Writing is my passion. I’m a book lover. I prefer to to be called a Booklion rather than a bookworm. Why- lions are mightier.
My first love is Jesus Christ. I was raised in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. No we are not a cult. We are Christians who worship on Saturday.
I have been stuttering since I was four, but through Christ I have persevered through it and will continue to do so. I’m not thing with Him.
Singing is another passion of mine. God blessed with me with the gift of song, which I am grateful for.

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