Actually which of these alphabetical saying do you follow?


Perhaps all … wow, if you do, you guys are really awesome and I bow down to you ! But probably you are just ” too busy”, even though you know you should, but like so many of us, always come up with some excuse to ignore them …… !


” The ABC’s Good Relationship”

Always listen with your heart. Hear more than just what is being said.

Believe in yourself. Be understanding and accepting. No two people are alike: see each other’s point of view.

Communicate. As much as we’d like them to be, our parents aren’t  mind readers. Open up and don’t be afraid to show your feelings. Create an atmosphere where feelings are accepted and talked about.

Don’t be judge. Accept the other for who they are- the unique individual you fell in love with.

Expect happiness. Have fun. Allow humor to get you through some of life’s stresses.

Fear nothing. Trust in each other and the love you share. Together you can do anything.

Give of yourself : your time, your energy, your affection.

Help whenever you can by listening, caring, and doing.

Initiate affection, laughter, fun, and play.

Just be yourself. Don’t ever pretend to be what you aren’t.

Kiss and make up. Don’t hold a grudge.

Forgive and forget.

Love unconditionally, patiently, passionately, hopefully, and enduringly.

(If you can do all of these, you don’t need the rest of the alphabet! )

by Barbara Cage -


From my note again :  This is so amazing!  It touches my heart so much.  I wish I could do all these things, but even though it’s so easy to understand it’s so hard to put in to action.  I really want to thank the author for her great thoughts.  I wish we could all live like this!  No fighting, no arguing, no depression, no frustration…!  What a wonderful world we would all live in!



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