You Were Taught At A Young Age That “please” Was The Magic Word If You Wanted Something

You Were Taught At A Young Age That “please” Was The Magic Word If You Wanted Something

“You were taught at a young age that “please” was the magic word if you wanted something.
Please stay.
Please don’t go.
Please don’t leave me.
And please come back.
But you never believed in magic, did you?”
—That one magic word by Ming D.Liu

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4 thoughts on “You Were Taught At A Young Age That “please” Was The Magic Word If You Wanted Something”

  1. Saying please is not begging. Please to stay, please don’t leave is a plea to understand the importance of permanence. . . It’s asking you to protect something that otherwise becomes fragile without you. If you don’t say it the person may never know. Now saying it repetitiously and with nagging becomes begging and can push people away.

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