Children get who we’re being, more than what we say.
I can say stuff, but mostly it doesn’t mean anything.
It’s never over, until we say it is.
Express it all, say it all – really what’s the worst that could happen?
Parents know exactly what to say.
Knowing what I’m going to say before I say it, may mean I’m not truly listening.
Whether my friends speak to me or not – they all have something to say.
Reality has more to do with what I say than what I can understand.
I know what to say, but I don’t always say it.
Allowing someone else to be heard means they can say something else.