Posts Tagged ‘mouth’

Sweet Talkers

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

No ContactBe leery of smiling sweet talkers. The words so sweet just ooze from the mouth.

Don’t trust them when those words pop out of the mouth.

Those words have intent.

Intent that is only to get whatever desired

just for the moment.

The actions of a sweet talker are real.

Words without actions that match mean nothing.

Pay attention to the actions–

Not the mouth.

Big Mouth?

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

If you are accused of being a big mouth by a person who truly has a big mouth it would seem that the truly big mouthed person is threatened by the attention they feel you might receive.

There are overbearing people who will accuse a quiet person of having a big mouth when on occasion the person speaks up. The aim is to assure that the quiet person crawls back into their shell of silence.

Silent as a child.

Silenced as a woman.

You have a choice.

Overcome the silence and speak up.

If you are in fear of breaking your silence please seek assistance.

http://bit.ly/ctZGDH

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Be Quiet and Listen

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When you talk, you are repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.

J.P McEvoy

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Accused of Being a Big Mouth?

Friday, October 4th, 2013

If you are accused of being a big mouth by a person who truly has a big mouth it would seem that the truly big mouthed person is threatened by the attention they feel you might receive.

There are overbearing people who will accuse a quiet person of having a big mouth when on occasion the person speaks up. The aim is to assure that the quiet person crawls back into their shell of silence.

Silent as a child.

Silenced as a woman.

You have a choice.

Overcome the silence and speak up.

If you are in fear of breaking your silence please seek assistance.

http://bit.ly/ctZGDH

No Contact

 

 

Break the Silence

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

No ContactDo you feel that you have been silenced? Do you want to break the silence?

When we let others drown out our voice we are silenced.

When we let others command our attention to the point where we are moved to silence, we lose our voice.

When we give up our voice because we are afraid or it’s not worth the energy it would take to stand up and be heard, we lose our voice.

We might quietly decide that our words have less value than those of a partner who is quicker to speak and louder than we are.

Those who speak quicker and louder do so to keep you silent.

Keeping their mouths open assures that yours stays shut.

Your voice needs to be heard.

Your voice will increase in volume once you allow it to be heard.

If you have been conditioned to be silent you must find the inner strength to overcome this conditioning. Practice daily stating your opinion. Offer your opinion up when you feel it is safe to do so.

Write daily in a diary writing about  how you feel re: issues that come up for you. Get used to looking to yourself for answers instead of believing that you can’t trust your decisions.

Slowly, as you begin to believe in your own value others around you will take notice.

Post a notice to yourself  where you will see it every day–I AM SMART STRONG & COURAGEOUS. I HAVE VALUE & I BELIEVE IN ME.  Incorporate this into your personhood. If it’s not safe to post this memorize and say to your self on a daily basis.

If you are feeling threatened bullied defeated and are giving up your voice for the sake of another please resist the urge to continue on in this manner.

For help please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

1.800. 799. SAFE (7233)