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X-Hooker Life Hack- When people say “don’t trust me,” it might be the only time they are honest

Everyday wisdom from the world’s oldest profession–for regular people.

Life improving tips from a working girl for workaday people

X-Hooker Life Hack #48: Beware of people who tell you not to trust them. These liars are telling the truth to cover their lies.

It may sound odd, but people have more confidence in people who say “don’t trust me.” Crooks know this, They use the line “don’t trust me,” to look like they are straight shooters admitting their vulnerabilities. They are using the truth strategically. If they tell people not to trust them, and they do in fact fool people with lies, well, people had been warned. Once the “warning” is given, liars feel justified in harming thoseto whom they had shown mercy (as they define mercy).  And, they blame the victims for allowing themselves to be victimized. They never blame themselves.

Truth Can Be Excessive! Lol

Brainy Hawaiian X Hooker

I am a big Michael Landon fan. But I must respectfully disagree with his above statement. I think that repression and denial can be very healthy. If I had to live with the awareness of my impending and inevitable death in the forefront of my mind every day, I think it would be a bleak existence for me. I appreciate it when my mind does me a favor. My mind rarely does me favors. I think repression and denial of irrevocable and distressing Truth is one of the few and far between blessings that I have inside of my head. I will happily back burner the awareness of my death. Lol.

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Truth Can Be Excessive! Lol

TODAY’S
A Better Me Quote
“Somebody should tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows.”

Michael Landon

I am a big Michael Landon fan. But I must respectfully disagree with his above statement. I think that repression and denial can be very healthy. If I had to live with the awareness of my impending and inevitable death in the forefront of my mind every day, I think it would be a bleak existence for me. I appreciate it when my mind does me a favor. My mind rarely does me favors. I think repression and denial of irrevocable and distressing Truth is one of the few and far between blessings that I have inside of my head. I will happily back burner the awareness of my death. Lol.

YouTube Link to the Risks of Having X-Hooker Status

“The Bleach Incident” was recommended Memorial Day 2019. You will hear my voice and see my neighbor. Given my record management didn’t care and neither did the police

Skip ahead to 3:12 and if you wish go back and watch the whole thing.

This Respectable X-Hooker Disagrees Respectfully

A Respectable X-Hooker Respectfully Disagrees With a Positive Quote

TODAY’S A Better Me Quote

“Somebody should tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows.”

Michael Landon

I disagree bc I think an in-your- face awareness has the potential to be far too cripplng rather than motivating. We underestimate the gift of repression and denial. Let’s appreciate the ability our minds have to shield us from ourselves. Some things are true, and we know the truth, but to be aware of a true life horror to such an extent that fear drives us–a bad idea. I bet Michael Landon said this after his diagnosis of terminal pancreatic cancer and not during an ordinary day.

Lesson–The word motivational is an adjective not a fact. One need not accept everything labelled as positive