I never really realized the affect swearing had on my attitude. Really, it became such a "normal" part of my life. And I am sorry to belabor on this point, but I've had a real revelation.
Yesterday I was visiting at someone's desk and they jokingly (but I think they were partly serious) said "Did you change your medication, you seem so much happier"... I took it to heart. Swearing is ugly. it makes you ugly, there is nothing pretty about "f-bombs" have you seen the destruction bombs do? I think there is a reason that is the nickname of "f".
Do you know why I quit swearing, because there was a woman in our office, I was going to say, or rather I would have said, "they can take that money and shove it up their...." but I didn't because she was standing there. If there was nothing wrong with what I was saying why did I have to filter it? God really worked on me on my way home.
I am not saying it's not a struggle, 3 times yesterday. And 2 out of 3 where not "f-bombs".
So hopefully one day, if I have a bad day, people will think that's not normal... and think I forgot to take my meds... lol...