Jeanne Claire Probst
Published on: 2nd June 2014

When I read the comments from people who post and hear all that they are going through, I think about how I would feel, or if I have felt like this before and how I would put it into words.

Sometimes finding the right words comes easy for me, because I have been through a lot in my life and surviving is all about the positive attitude we keep before us when enduring our trials. At times, though, it is easier said than done, and it is so nice to be able to reach out and know someone is listening and keeping you in their thoughts and they tell you about theirs.

We all need support in one way or another, and we don't want anyone to be alone in their trials. Please reach out to others and extend your listening ears when someone needs you. You will find that a giving person receives back a hundred fold at times with a payment more valuable than money. Learn to choose words that build up and encourage others.

How do you use your words when offering to help others and what words of others have helped you to continue enduring your day to day life? Please share your thoughts with us....


Using your words should be to express,
Or to even describe or suggest,
But some however, use too "colorful and explicit" words that infect,
And these are kind of words I tend to object.

There are so many different words that we can use to suggest,
How we are feeling when we have a word to a conversation we would like to inject.
But when we use words that are out of line,
We tend to spoil the moment for others and this is unkind.

words,positive attitude So before we let our words fly off our tongue,
It may be wise for many or at least some,
To think before we let our words flow,
That what we have to say, others will be more apt to want to know.
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