Cheer and Talkative

L is for Laetificate (Cheer) & Largiloquent – A to Z Challenge 2016

L is for Laetificate which means to cheer up.

When you’re sad, upset, heartbroken, etc. how long does it take for you to cheer up? Do you cheer up via some help from your near and dear ones OR do you cheer up by yourself?

I know there are fewer chances for the latter to happen. I’m a bit confused as to how long do we take in order to move on from certain situations. I’m not talking of extreme situations here like a lost house, savings, family, death, etc.

Anything apart from that. These are temporary pits which we have fallen into. How long before we realize it’s a waste of time mourning or licking our wounds. We must fight back, get back in the game.

Cry. If need be, cry all out at once. Don’t make it like “Groundhog Day” where you wake up and do the same thing every day. (For those who didn’t get what I’m saying, read about it by CLICKING HERE)

Remember, the meaning of cheering up is to get up, move on, and stay happy!

L is for Largiloquent which means talkative; full of words.

This word is dedicated to every talkative person that you have in the group. Although they blabber a lot, you must thank them because it’s due to them that you have something to listen to, to entertain yourself.

Without them, there would be a never-ending silence. Maybe you’ll like it for a while, but eventually, you’ll miss that person and his/her never-ending talks. So go ahead and thank them for being a part of your life!

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For my last year’s entry for the A to Z Challenge CLICK HERE

This post is written as a part of the A-Z challenge 2016 where bloggers from all around the world will blog for the whole month, daily based on all the alphabets in chronological order.

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