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Honesty or sugar-coated bullshit?

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  1. the britchy one
    Aug 07, 2018 @ 22:06:32

    Honesty every time please!!

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  2. Positively Alyssa
    Aug 08, 2018 @ 03:49:58

    I love this! I much prefer people to be bold and honest instead of fake! The fake BS just irritates me to no end and causes me to feel hostile, which will make me be a lot more harsh with my boldness! I have been called many random names, but at least I am 100% real!

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  3. myaspiehubby
    Aug 08, 2018 @ 13:17:43

    Being honest is not always easy. I grew up in a religious society. One day, when I was much younger, I told one of my best friends that I am an atheist. I was never religious nor practice religion (and people thought I was just lazy). It is them who assumed that I am religious just because my other family members are religious, and I did not try to correct their assumption because I was scared (if you knew where I grew up, you would understand why I had such big fear to come out). I told my best friend because I finally had the courage to come out (as an atheist). But she did not like it. She wanted to ˝safe˝ me. She was genuinely sad for me, but I told her, that I can’t force myself to believe in something that I don’t. Up until now, she still can’t accept the fact that I am an atheist. She does not hate me, though, and I don’t hate her either. I also told my brother about this, when one day I was so fed up with him for keep reminding me to pray. At first, I could see he was dissapointed in me, but at the end of the day, he accepted me for who I am. He did not get angry at me and we still get along well. He is a good brother. I think, it is always better to be honest than not. 🙂

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    • joypassiondesire
      Aug 08, 2018 @ 13:30:00

      So true, Thank you for sharing. I was honest with my best friend (11 years ago) and told her I was secretly dating a friend of hers. She was not happy for me and said I had to choose – him or her. I chose him and she went out of my life forever… I am still dating the guy 😉 we have two little babies together. I have not spoken to my friend since then… totally perfect unfolding. The truth truly can set you free and life will always improve for you if you relax and allow it.

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      • myaspiehubby
        Aug 08, 2018 @ 14:18:39

        Thanks too for sharing your story. I am glad you chose him. If your friend was a good friend, she wouldn’t be angry at you for dating her friend, she should have been happy for you. But hey, true love is too strong to break anyway. 🙂

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