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PoetryNEmotion PoetryNEmotion 51-55, F 13 Answers Jan 9, 2013 in Health

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Positive and supportive people because I get extremely tired of negativity. Not to say I don't go there myself or even wallow in self pity occasionally, but because negativity breeds negativity, I prefer the alternative. There are always these self-righteous people who continually preach and talk at you rather than to you and although I try very hard not to be judgemental, I try to avoid them when possible. I am responsible and accountable for any actions on my part and always try to stand up to that or apologize if I feel I have wronged someone or said something out of anger when it would have been better to say nothing at all and find a quick exit off the phone or away from the situation. I do not have any issues, however, with constructive criticism and many times grateful for it.

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Sweet tea. Because it's the true nectar of the gods. Nothing can beat it.

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Love and sweet tea. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...xxo

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I need air to breathe....then the others follow.

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kids/hubby - a given..soooo, mascara..why? because i just feel better always having it on..water proof!!

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can't live without God, because without him there's no hope available for me nor anyone period

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some of my meds, like benadryl cause my throat can swell up from allergies, statins cause i need to lower my cholesterol, the antigen, im giving myself shots plus ive been taking extra d vitamins so my joints stop cracking all the time

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Warm showers.

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My laptop and iphone because they are an essential part of my business.

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My head. For obvious reasons.

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My laptop because I prefer online friendships to "real life" friendships. Also with my laptop I can enter competitions online and win lots of prizes so without my laptop I wouldn't have those things.

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