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Virtuous blaming/criticizing: Is there such a thing?

  1. Is criticizing a virtue? (Is blaming a virtue?)

In my last post, I commented on Kate Norlock’s paper on criticism (2016), and remarked that blame can take the form of criticism (and that unintelligible blame can be morally valuable). 4,890 more words


Don’t always expect to be praised for everything you do such that when you do not get it, you don’t feel bad because while some people are praising you, some are criticizing and most times, criticizing may be what you need to be a better person, reaching your place of destiny early enough!


-- Inspiration --

This is technically my first actual post. Reader, I honestly hope you’ll listen to me. Anyways…

My father died of multiple myeloma (a cancer in the plasma cells in blood) when I was seven years old. 421 more words


Types of Verbal Abuse #6-10

According to Patricia Evan’s in The Verbally Abusive Relationship, There are 15 different types of verbal abuse:

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**You can find Types of Verbal Abuse #1-5  1,802 more words

Wine or Vinegar?

God’s love is displayed in everything He does. Sometimes He has to discipline us, and sometimes He has to allow things to happen to get our attention, but He does them because He loves us. 890 more words


"He calls me a dumb fuckwit"

Me and my bf have been together for 4 months. He is 30 and I am 21. We met on tinder on my 21st Birthday. Things have been going pretty great, but we have been having some crazy problems that do both of our heads in, and he says I have ruined his weekend. 600 more words

Advice Needed

We are generally critical people. We look at other people and make judgment calls. All the time.

A lot of it is just people-watching. We try to peg someone by the way they dress, where they live, what type of language they use, or what they post on facebook. 296 more words