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This week I’m sharing a post encouraging us all to take a STAND and call out cattiness because I cannot tolerate it nor should you. Let’s work together to be as kind as can be. Read it HERE.

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17 Responses

  1. clare

    Loved your piece – so true and so sad that people feel the need to put people down! Life is difficult enough! Well done loved it Cx

  2. Eb Gargano

    Oh, I couldn’t agree more with you about being mean…what does it achieve? There’s no reason to do it and it just hurts other people and ultimately, if you are mean, the only people who will listen to you are other mean people. I always teach my kids to be kind to everyone. Even people who are mean to them and I do my best to be kind to everyone. I’m sure I fail sometimes…I am only human, but I do always try my best and encourage my kids to do the same. If we could all agree to stop being mean, the world would be a much nicer place! Eb x

  3. Debbie

    Good morning Vicki, why people feel the need to be catty I have no idea, but sadly it does happen. It says more about them than the person they are being nasty about or to. It has to have something to do with deep rooted insecurities that they must have, but we’ll never know for sure.

    Look forward to reading your post.



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