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WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE IS GOOD FOR THE GANDER


By Vernalee

Double standards eventually present conflict and problems. Normally, they are classified as hypocritical. Are you a "Do what I say: not what I do" type? Bottom line: Don't expect what you are not willing to give/do. It simply doesn't add up. As the bankers say, "You can't take out more than you deposited.” Literally, what is good for a male goose is equally good for a female goose. Said differently, what is good for one person should be equally as good for another person. The variances in treatment for the same actions are usually what present the problems. That is why, equal standards/applications work every time. Consistency is the better choice. It always pays off!

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dembry3100
Jul 16, 2020

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gckidney24
Jul 16, 2020

I must say that this didn't apply to my mother back in the day! Her speech when correcting us was in a strong authoritative manner that let us know she was not playing and ment what she said!!! I admit I used the same tactics on my sons also...😀

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