Sunday poser: Behaviour?

Sadje is the host for the Sunday poser prompt, I’m late this week but here goes.

Sadje says…This week my question is;

What criteria of behavior you set for yourself?

I am very hard on myself. I like to set the bar high.

I try to treat others with courtesy, respect, and kindness.

I always try to be friendly, polite, and greet people with enthusiasm.

When I make a mistake, I try not to be too hard on myself.

There was a time when I’d beat myself up at every turn. I don’t do that so much now.

I’ve learned that we all make mistakes, we’re all human, and we all have flaws.

Its important to give yourself some leeway!

We should treat others as we’d want to be treated, that’s my opinion anyway.

I hope that I do a good job of making others feel comfortable in my presence.

I try my best anyway.

Sunday Poser # 99 – Keep it alive (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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