We’re aware of how our words and actions affect the people around us. We’re aware that how we say something, how we speak, what we choose to do, or not do, affect the people around us.
I don’t think we saw how we used our language.
In the same way that we use our words and actions to affect the other people around us, we also use our language to affect the other people we love. It’s not necessarily that our other loved ones love us more than we do them, they can be more forgiving or less forgiving depending on their own experience with us as a person.
We can change our language choice and language use depending on the people we speak to. For example, a person who says they are “trying to make up for something” may be less likely to say they are “trying to make up for something” when they are actually going through a really bad time.
I’m happy to say that I’m no longer using my normal English. I love it.
We’re a lot more careful with our language sometimes too, because we often have to say things we don’t mean, but we also use it a lot more. For example, I don’t use the term “I love you” a lot when I talk to my parents. I’m sorry, but I do. But I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.
I know, I’m so used to saying that I’m sorry that I said that I love you, but if I say it now, you know that I think that I do.
You know what? I mean, the fact that I say it in my head all the time is a good thing and I dont see why it has to be a bad thing. I mean, is it something so bad that it has to be hidden, like a secret? No.
I can understand why you are so sad. I do it sometimes because I don’t want it to make me feel like I am being treated like a madman. I know I am.I like you, but I hate you.