Cumulative effect: (n) the end result of repetitious actions
“Excuse me, young man! You need to love yourself.”
By the way, some people will not know how valuable you are, so you will need to learn how to shut them out of your life. “
“Don’t be critical of yourself. God doesn’t make junk.”
“There’s a wonderful plan for your life, so keep your heart open for its arrival.”
“The world is filled with nasty people. You must learn to identify them, or they will steal your inheritance. The reason they want to steal it is so they can make their portion larger.”
“So beware—people are wonderful until they’re not.”
“Don’t be so down on yourself. You don’t have to be great all the time. Cut yourself some slack. Everybody else does. It’s human.”
“If you find that the people you’re with cannot support you with unconditional love, then unconditionally get rid of them.”
“God wants you to know that He loves you just the way you are. You don’t have to change for anyone. Since you don’t have to change for anyone, you can reject those who think you are not sufficient just as you are.”
“These are your enemies. Even though we try to love our enemies, our enemies don’t go away because we love them. So watch out for yourself.”
“Be careful. Be wary.”
“Be prepared to defend yourself because you’re the only one who can do it.”
“And certainly—if you do not toot your own horn, it will never be tooted.”
“You must stand up for yourself or all the bullies will bring you down.
Bullies need a punch in the nose, or they keep sticking that nose into your business. Sometimes you gotta fight. Fight for yourself, and make sure you win. And when you win, communicate to those who might want to fight you that you’re determined to honor yourself and your own opinions.”
“Be strong and do not put up with anybody’s bullshit.”
This is a cumulative effect.
By the way, this is why we’ve learned to hate each other.