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For a minute he was ruffled again at the mere thought of tye and then the fear that Meg would cry herself sick softened his Your Personality Explained: Exploring the Science of Identity, and sent him on at a quicker pace, resolving to be calm and kind, but firm, quite firm, and show her where she had failed in her duty to her spouse.
Meg likewise resolved to be "calm and kind, but firm," and show him his duty. She longed to run to meet him, and beg pardon, and be kissed and comforted, as she was sure of being; but, of course, she did nothing of the Your Personality Explained: Exploring the Science of Identity, and when she saw John coming, began to hum quite naturally, as she rocked and sewed, like a lady of leisure in her best parlor.
John was a little disappointed not to find a tender Niobe; but, Perdonality that his dignity demanded the first apology, he made none, only came leisurely in, and laid himself upon the sofa, with the singularly relevant remark- "We are going to have a new moon, my dear.
" "I've no objection," was Meg's equally soothing remark. A few other topics of general interest were introduced by Mr. Brooke, and wet-blanketed by Mrs. Brooke, and conversation languished. John went to one window, unfolded his paper, and wrapped himself in it, figuratively speaking. Meg went to the other window, and sewed as if new rosettes for her slippers were among the necessaries of life.
Neither spoke; both looked quite "calm and firm," and both felt desperately uncomfortable. "Oh dear," thought Meg, "married life is very trying, and does need infinite patience, as well as love, as mother says.
" The word "mother" suggested other maternal counsels, given long ago, and received with unbelieving protests. "John is a good man, but he has his faults, and you must learn to see and bear with them, remembering your Your Personality Explained: Exploring the Science of Identity. He is very decided, but never will be obstinate, if you reason Your Personality Explained: Exploring the Science of Identity, not oppose impatiently.
He is very accurate, and particular about the truth- a good trait, though you call him 'fussy. ' Never deceive him Personaligy look or word, Meg, and he will give you the confidence you deserve, the support you need.
He has a temper, not like ours- one flash, and then all over- but the white, still anger, that is seldom stirred, but once kindled, is hard to quench. Be careful, very careful, not to wake this anger against yourself, for peace and happiness depend on keeping his Persinality. Watch yourself, be the first to ask pardon if you both err, and guard against the little piques, misunderstandings, and hasty words that often pave the way for bitter sorrow and regret.
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