This is one of those things I have been struggling with my entire life. I know it seems odd to me, but it is something that I feel in my bones. I’m not talking about physical tenderness. I’m talking about general public tenderness. It’s the tenderness that comes from being able to touch someone without fear of judgement or rejection.
I am a very tender person. I feel it in my bones. I have a strong sense of trust in others and a very specific understanding of how to be tender with people of all kinds and backgrounds.
I have always felt very tender toward others and feel very protective of certain people in my life. I feel that way with people I’m close to, such as my partner, my family, and my friends. I feel tender toward people I know, such as my parents, my siblings, and my friends, but especially with my closest friends. I feel a lot of anger toward other people and a lot of sadness for those I feel they are hurting.
Being tender is hard work. Not only does it take time and energy, but it’s also a skill. And how you do it is up to you, but it can be done. When it comes to being tender with everyone, I’d say that it’s a skill that I still haven’t mastered.
The biggest thing that I think separates us human beings from the rest of the animal kingdom is that we are all very sensitive. Like, we all have trouble sleeping or eating or thinking well of ourselves and the last thing we want to do is make someone feel bad about what they’ve done, so we tend to keep quiet about it.
And maybe that’s because we don’t have to. We can’t say, “I feel bad. I don’t want to do this because I don’t want to hurt anyone. I am going to be super-cheap and do whatever I want anyway.” Or “I’m ashamed of what I did. I’m ashamed of what I am doing. I’m sorry, I shouldn’t be doing this.
It seems like it is easier to say I feel bad when you tell me I have to use the bathroom but I dont have to. We’re sensitive people because we want the world to think we’re pretty important. And because no one is going to say, you should feel bad about it. And because no one is going to say, you should feel bad about it.
We’re talking about how we should feel bad about what we do. It’s weird that these words are used in the same sentence, but I think the idea of the word ‘tenderness’ is that it is the opposite of aggression. That is, a person who feels bad about something is not necessarily aggressive. It is the opposite of aggression. In the same way a person who hates his or her job is not necessarily lazy.
The word “tenderness” actually comes from the Latin word “tentare,” which means to bend over and put your hands on your knees. The opposite is “aggressiveness,” which is defined as “the desire to attack, to try to do something bad, to get attention.” In other words, aggression is a feeling, while tenderness is a state.
It is an interesting question in the context of aggression and tenderness, but I think it is actually the same thing. Tenderness is a state where a person doesn’t care about the other person. Aggressiveness is a state where a person does care about the other person, but then thinks that their actions are somehow justified.