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Posted by Lawrence "LAW" Watford - - 0 comments

MANSITIONING THOUGHT OF THE DAY: 


You've heard the saying "I trust him just about as far as I can throw him". Well, It's important to figure out how heavy someone is so that you'll know how far you can throw them…. and therefore know how much you can trust them.
This goes for your friends as well. Often friendships that could work don't work because we place an unduly amount of trust in people who don' have a level of maturity or personality that warrants that trust.
This doesn't mean that that person is "bad" or unworthy of your friendship, but If you understand where that boundary is and form your friendship around that, then you'll have a better chance for a successful, long-lasting relationship. - LAW
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