“He spoke to me yesterday about his pet peeves.” (Me, in this case, being the object of the sentence, he being the subject of a sentence. ... They asked if anyone wanted to go, and I said, “Who, me?” I have a feeling that nobody really likes me very much anymore. Nobody wants to talk to me.
Which of the following is correct? President Dunn sent letters to Jane and myself. President Dunn sent letters to Jane and me. President Dunn sent letters to Jane and I.
I was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. There, conversion culture and gender roles primed me and other women to join multi-level marketing companies. It didn't work out as intended, and I — along with many others — lost money on it.
Some statements you should be able to include: I am proud of myself. I am making a difference. I am happy and grateful. I am making my time count. I am honest with myself. I am good to those I care about.
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