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September 07, 2008



That is so beautiful. In my life I have apartner who seldom smiles and sulkes often and that mood literally steals my smile. I think it's been agew that we both have had a hearty laugh together, so much is the negative energy he carries around him. I try keeping positive, but it is so so hard. Any suggestions about what I could do the keep positive and possibly lift him too.


Just keep on smiling! Poke or prod him, kid around! If you see that negative mood sittin there, figure out what's getting him down and show him or her how little that matters! That frown will only make things worse! Connect with him, and spread that positive energy!

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