Home Forums Chatter What’s A Word You’re Going To Give Up?

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    Lauren Martin
    Lauren Martin
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    Caroline Myss believes words can either be toxic or the key to a happier life. Spend the day thinking of one word tomorrow you will never use again. NEVER. If you really had to yank a word out of your head, which means you have to take the whole universe of that word, what would you choose?

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    Alyssa

    SHOULD

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    Rebecca

    Misogyny

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    Yanni

    later

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    Martha Doyle
    Martha

    Worthless

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    Mackenzie

    Perfection

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    Juli

    Ugly.

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    Sofia

    FEAR

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    Kristina Calvey

    Shame…
    Nothing good comes from shame. I leave behind with this word a universe of insecurity, ego, illusion, personas, self sabatotage, slow suicide habits, and a false desire for fantasy instead of the medicine of reality.

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    Manasvi

    Almost

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    Vitale Buford

    I’m getting rid of two words – perfect and can’t

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    Taylor Appalachia

    A phrase instead of a word but, “(insert pronoun) *made me* feel such and such.” Taking back ownership of my emotions and my responsibility to them and myself.

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    Daniela

    Old

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    yas

    ugly

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    Naomi

    Useless

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