I Am Not Nice And Neither Are You

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If you say that someone is “nice,” we often feel happy; they think I am nice and have made it. Right? Well, not me, and apparently, the word did not have a pleasant beginning either.

Maybe I somehow was picking this up in my love-hate relationship with the word “nice.”

The old meaning according to…

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I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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Sara Burdick

Sara Burdick

I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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