Queen of Cups: Empathy doesn’t equal dipshit

fridays with veronicaVeronica Noir is my batshit crazy twin sister. She is just like me except she’s brilliant, has no sense of guilt or shame, speaks her mind and does whatever she wants, when she wants! Kind of like a psychopath….but with a heart of gold. Oh, and she also reads Tarot…

Queen of cups 2

Housewives Tarot

It’s okay to care about other people….

But don’t care about what they think of you.

Now reread that phrase because it’s important!

You can be a kind, caring, boring person AND go about your day without ever giving a flying fuck what other people think of you.

The Queen of Cups over here knows this shit. She knows it well.

She is compassionate, nurturing and really does care about people. But she sure as hell isn’t going to self-censor and pussy foot around town trying to be all P.C. and fit into the woodwork.

No. She lives her life her way and does it without feeling all guilty and shit.

Be like this Queen today and don’t make the mistake that you’ve probably been making all your life….telling yourself that you’re helping others by caring about what they think of you.

You’re not. You’re just failing to inspire them to live life on their own terms.

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10 Responses to Queen of Cups: Empathy doesn’t equal dipshit

  1. Ronda says:

    lol…I see what you mean about the housewives tarot! What a hoot! PERFECT for “Fridays With Veronica”

  2. SueM says:

    Hey Veronica, I have been doing this for years….I am really not concerned about other people’s opinion of me. I am to busy doing other things. If they don’t like me, well, tough!!! ( or to put it in true vernacular…tough shit!)

  3. Kathy says:

    Veronica that almost sounds nice. Where’s your edgeedge? Lola
    Oh, and absolutely true.

  4. jamie morris says:

    Genius! This gives me such a (well-needed) fresh take on this Queen (and, okay, maybe my own life, as well).

    Thanks V.
    You’re the Bomb

  5. Jessica says:

    This really hit the mark! At 40, I’m finally learning to say no as nicely as I can. If someone asks a favor and I’m able to comply, sure why not? But if I can’t there will be no guilt in saying no. Thanks for great reading!!

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