Chicken Soup for the Soul Friday – “Don’t You Know Who I Am?”

Here is another Chicken Soup for the Soul Friday from my earlier blog!

Be Humble

Be Humble

Often, I will scroll down my Facebook home page when I am bored and read the dozens of status updates posted by my friends. Most of them are typical updates and sometimes even mundane, but Ginger Welsh’s status updates are ALWAYS entertaining and literally make me LOL (Laugh out loud in case you didn’t know!). I laughed so hard reading this status update, that I almost cried. So here it is word by word below by Ginger. Her status updates and tid bits of wisdom and humor she shares on Facebook makes me laugh and warms my heart no matter what kind of day I’ve had 🙂

“I don’t care how famous or rich you are, the phrase “Don’t you know who I am?” cannot effectively be delivered in sweat pants and a weathered t-shirt, standing at the omelet station in a breakfast buffet. Especially when no one even knows who you are saying it to. The omelet chef? You look and sound like an ass. Now move, so I can get some more dragon fruit and pineapple.” – Ginger Welsh

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Chicken Soup for the Soul Friday – A Heartwarming Email

Happy Thursday! Here’s another Chicken Soup for the Soul Friday from my earlier blog for you to enjoy 🙂

Send Warmth

Send Warmth

“I had dinner with a friend and towards the end of the evening, he started to get a little tense and just plunged into not an overall great mood. We started to talk about subjects deeply personal and close to our hearts. Soon, evening turned to night. He seemed to be in a lighter mood by then. I went home and snuggled into my bed. The next day, during the middle of a meeting, I received a heart-warming email, thanking me for listening and my support. I smiled and felt wonderful the whole day. I wrote back, thanking him for his support as well. We often do things for one another, family or friends, and though we know deep inside that the other person appreciates us, it’s nice to actually hear it. And made me realize something I should do more often as well.” – Priyanka

When you thank someone or show gratitude in general for your relationships and life, it creates positivity. You feel a renewed sense of hope.

And sometimes the best thing to do when you’re not in a good mood or good place in your life is to talk to someone and express yourself.

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By |2020-07-16T03:22:13+00:00January 15th, 2021|Communication, Self-Esteem|0 Comments