I have. Have you?

What do you see?

Have you ever gotten so mad at someone that you said or wrote something really nasty to them?

I have.

Have you ever had someone get so mad at you that they’ve wrote or said something really nasty to you?

I have.

Have you ever acted compulsively?

I have.

Have you ever procrastinated?

I have.

Have you ever resented someone for being happier than you are?

I have.

Have you ever resented someone for being negative all the time?

I have.

Have you fallen in love with someone or something too quickly?

I have.

Have you fallen out of love with someone or something too quickly?

I have.

Have you ever been more generous than you wanted or needed to be?

I have.

Have you ever been less generous than you should have been?

I have.

Have you ever thought you were smarter/funnier/more attractive than everyone else in the room?

I have.

Have you ever thought you weren’t as smart/funny/attractive as anyone else in the room?

I have.

Have you ever reacted more sarcastically than you should have?

I have.

Have you ever wished you reacted more sarcastically than you did?

I have.

Have you ever deluded yourself?

I have.

Finally, have you ever faced yourself realistically.

My guess is YOU HAVE.

Isn’t that the beauty of being FOF?

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6 Responses to “I have. Have you?”

  1. Lisa Romeo says:

    The answer is: All of the above!

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  2. Geri says:

    FOFers don’t squirm my dear CDS 🙂

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  3. catherine says:

    You must have peeked in my secret closet.
    I’ve done them all. The list makes me squirm in my seat…

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  4. Beccy says:

    OMG . . . I HAVE!!!

    on another note,

    Geri . . . I’m counting the hours and sending you best wishes and virtual roses for a Fab site launch!

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  5. Duchesse says:

    “Facing yourself realistically” is the beginning, then, if we want to keep growing, it’s time to do things differently, freeing ourselves from old patterns and habits.

    Anyone interested in what that might look like: I recommend “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life” by Dr. Marshall B. Rosenberg. Some women also find wisdom in the books of Byron Katie.

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  6. Amy Ferris says:

    oh … fabulous.
    HAVE YOU EVER. I HAVE.
    brilliant.
    perfect.
    wow.
    wow.

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