10 things I believe

Hey readers,

I thought it would be fun to write some of my thoughts/believes so you might understand the type of person I am. Please may I just state that these are my opinions and not fact. They might be not what everyone believes in and I appreciate that. We all different and I don’t expect people to think the same as me. That is the beauty of human beings and ‘free choice’.

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1) I believe that when the times right the body will eventually take over the mind.

2) I don’t believe there is a God.

3) I don’t use hitting as a form of discipline.

4) I see ADHD as a condition.

5) I see dads as equal to mums. They are the same and should have the same rights as females.

5) I think things should be based on meritocracy rather then situation you were born into. Making it fairer for everyone to have rewards based on the work they put in.

6) Just because you old you should not instantly get respect because of a number. It should be based on the person and there actions they display.

7) I don’t believe all schools should be academys.

8) I think milk should cost more to help keep the farming business alive.

9) I believe that say a 12 year should have privacy when going to places like sexual health clinics.

10) I believe marijuana should not be legislated.

There you have my opinions.

Cheers for reading X

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26 thoughts on “10 things I believe

  1. Number 6 – yes! You do have to earn respect, you can’t just expect it because you’re older! Some of the rudest people I come across are far older than me! x #TheList

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  2. Nice to get to know you. I completely agree with you that fathers should have equal rights and I am driven potty by biased marketing e.g it’s MOTHERcare! I also agree that people should be rewarded based on work not birth rights. x #KCACOLS

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  3. Some controversial comments there! I agree totally, elders should be respected, but only if they are respectable to us. Many just assume they should get it and do / say whatever they think without thinking.
    I also agree ADHD is a condition and it really really annoys me when I hear people say its bad parenting.
    Amanda. #kcacols

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    1. Thanks, I like to spice my blog up now and again ๐Ÿ˜‰ yep Mil hates the word hypo. Which I can understand in one sense that does get overly used but I also think in some cases it is a real problem for people. I know kinda first hand with being autistic that similar traits are found so cab indetify X

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  4. Agree with lots of these. Probably all tbh. Although the dad one I would say all parents are equal regardless of gender/ giving birth etc. But some parents choose not to be involved/ take on the responsibilities they have. In those incidents they lose their rights. I don’t think there are many people who really believe men/dads don’t have the same rights I think the debate gets muddled up with men who have chosen not to be responsible parents. #KCACOLS

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    1. I agree with you that parents who don’t take responsibility should not have rights. I don’t agree with the fact in England anyway men are still treated badly by others. The amount of times my husband has experienced sexism and less treatment just simplt for being a father is shocking. We are not just talking people of the street social worker and nursery who are in a profession which should know better. But I know we all have different experiences I just hope one day it will change X

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  5. It’s great to find out more about who you are and what you believe in.
    I agree with what you say about milk. I’m happy to pay more if it meant that it helped farmers.

    Laura xx
    Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve been trying to buy organic milk – purely from an animal cruelty perspective. things is though, once you start reading things…it turns out most things we consume cheaply have some sort of impact…think cheap clothes etc. #KCACOLS

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  7. I think this is a wonderful topic. What a neat way to help your readers get to know the person behind the blog.
    These are some bold statements you’ve made, and I admire your courage.
    Number 6 is definitely an important one to me. I’m not sure where people came up with the idea that you have to respect someone, no matter how they treat you, because of their age-but it’s foolish thinking. A great list-and I agree with many of your points โค #KCACOLS

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    1. Absolutely and agree. Even I don’t share the some of the same believes as my husband but that is OK because qe are different people with our thoughts. That is what I love about people is we are all different X

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  8. Completely agree with the age thing – it doesn’t give you a right to say whatever you want either and to hell with the consequences just because you’re old!
    It infuriates me too when people think my husband is amazing for taking our kids out on his own… I do it daily and he’s always baffled why people are so amazed when he takes his own children out. They’re his too so why is it such a big deal!!
    #10things

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  9. Some I agree with wholeheartedly others not so much ๐Ÿ˜‰ I always respect others opinions though and it would be a seriously boring world if we all thought the same ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Thanks for linking up to #TenThings

    Stevie x

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