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posted ago by just_another_pede

The president last might gave a super fantastic speech pointing a lot of terrific accomplishments as well as recognizing some tremendous people. I think it would be mentally healthier to focus on that rather than focusing on Pelosi and Romney for a few reasons.

First, both of them want nothing but attention — your attention so the cruelest thing you can do is just ignore them.

Second, you really can’t hate someone else without introducing toxic waste into your own mental health which can rather quickly bleed over to your physical health.

TL; DR - Focus on the good

The president last might gave a super fantastic speech pointing a lot of terrific accomplishments as well as recognizing some tremendous people. I think it would be mentally healthier to focus on that rather than focusing on Pelosi and Romney for a few reasons. First, both of them want nothing but attention — your attention so the cruelest thing you can do is just ignore them. Second, you really can’t hate someone else without introducing toxic waste into your own mental health which can rather quickly bleed over to your physical health. TL; DR - Focus on the good
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DearCow 3 points ago

Hatred is an appropriate emotion in the face of danger from an enemy that wants to destroy you. I don't feel even remotely guilty about it, nor do I question it. both Nancy Pelosi and Mitt Romney are incredibly corrupt pieces of s***, who have tried desperately and will continue to try to impeach or destroy the greatest President. I think it would be extremely unwise to turn your back on either one of them.