It Isn't You!

A reprimand, followed by hurt feelings and a slamming door. Onlookers say "She's a temperamental teen-ager." "He's got a temper like his dad." "A very sensitive young lady." Sound familiar?

When this role has been enacted enough times, people begin to expect us to react in this way. But I've been this route and have news for you. We don't have to act out the scene. We don't have to live up to the mental patterns or labels. Labels identify products, not people. We can say confidently, "I'm not like that!"

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June 6, 1977
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