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I got an Email from someone at WP and it turned out they were trying to solicited me. It's funny, just because I'm seem nice doesn't mean I'm stupid. That rubbed me the wrong way.

I just wanted to post to my journal. A problem I have is that I always feel I never know what to post, or if it sounds like it isn't necessary to talk about at all... It's not very important compared to others... Things like that.

But the point is if you feel like you need to say it out loud or to type it, you say it!! If you want to, don't care if you think it sounds stupid, just say it! My mom used to hesitate and I did as well but I found out that it helped so much more to let it out. It's so amazing that once you say it out loud, how much freer you feel! Mom has been a great example to me. I used to be afraid to stand up against me Dad. But I can now and its so wonderful. I'm happy I can say what I want most of the time now!

I am so surprised that so many women don't speak out loud. Well, try it just once and practice it, we'll all get better at it. Why? Because this is World Pulse! We can shout all we want and no one can say anything bad about it! We can be heard here and far! We are voices for everyone!! (crowd cheers) (Bows) Bye folks!

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Fatima Waziri's picture

Rightly stated! don't be

Rightly stated! don't be afraid or shy to speak out! this is Pulsewire and we are all ears!

Peace!
Fatima

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