Day 3097: Role models

In therapy, when I ask people, “Who is a good role model for expressing anger?” the answer is usually “I can’t think of anybody.”

Yesterday, people had some answers on Twitter.


Here are some quotes from GoodReads about role models:


Do you see any role models in my other images for today?

Who are your role models?

When I search YouTube for “role models,” I find this:

If you want to role-model a reader who leaves comments, you know what to do.

Thanks to role models everywhere, including you!

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18 thoughts on “Day 3097: Role models

  1. They come and go, Ann, just like anger.

  2. Your neighborhood is so interesting! Here,I never see random donkeys or tiny toy trucks hiding in camouflage amongst the cabbages. (Roll models?) Or perhaps I should wonder a bit more.

    You are a good role model or role mentor, which I think is more useful.

  3. puella33

    Noone is attractive when angry, so I can understand how no role model comes to mind.

    • I don’t agree with this — I think people are beautiful when they are expressing all their feelings, but I see your point.

      • puella33

        Agree to disagree. just to be curious, can you think of anyone to emulate when angry?

      • Somebody suggested Obama and I think that’s a good one.

  4. I once heard someone say, “You know, you never really want to meet your heroes. Unless your hero is Mark Hamill because he’s the nicest guy in the world.” From that I think Hamill should be a role model for all of us, but especially for other role models.

  5. role models know how important their roles are

  6. I’m not sure that I have had great role models when it comes to anger. In my family anger wasn’t expressed at all. Oh, that’s not true. If you include body language it was LOUD. LOL! You are a good role model for positivity, and a good, positive outlook is a help in times of anger. Hope you have an anger-free weekend, dear Ann.

  7. Positive Role Models · Teodross Avery

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