I would like to thank the Amazon and Goodreads bullies for affirming I live by the ethics and principles I set forth in my books. That I will not stand by and watch someone abused, because the gang might turn on me. That I truly believe a person is more important than money and I would rather be respected than feared.
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Published on October 28, 2012 11:47 • 362 views • Tags: bullies, ethics, principles, self-respect
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message 1: by Linell (new)

Linell Rae Jeppsen Here, here, Sharon!


message 2: by J. (new)

J. Lloyd It's sad that they feel the need to bully anyone. Let's hope there are those who begin to see some sense.


message 3: by T. (new)

T. Sharon, good for you. But -where- do I find your blog post on this subject? Tom.


message 4: by Lalo (new)

Lalo Lafleur How sad that they have to bully someone in order to feel good about themselves. Prejudice like this is human nature at its ugliest.


message 5: by Guy (new)

Guy Bullies are easy... They want (need) you to argue with them. Just remain positive, kind and respectful. Treat them like you've already defeated them.


message 6: by Lalo (new)

Lalo Lafleur Guy wrote: "Bullies are easy... They want (need) you to argue with them. Just remain positive, kind and respectful. Treat them like you've already defeated them."

You are very wise. I agree with you.


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