Bug#646804: ITP: cheermeup -- Send affirmative messages to the user via the notification library
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 04:38:47PM +0100, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> Ole Wolf wrote:
> >* Package name : cheermeup
> >Send an an affirmative message to the currently logged in users via the notification library. The
> >affirmative messages are intended to boost the user's self-esteem by telling the user he or she
> >is a great person, that someone loves him or her, etc.
In case it helps anyone's decision, I think the list of affirmative messages is short enough to
It is okay to express your needs and feelings.
Someone is thinking about you.
Someone loves you.
You are needed.
You are unique.
You can believe in yourself.
You can trust yourself.
You have a great life.
You have everything you really need.
You have potential.
You look great.
You're a good performer.
You're a great person.
You're a positive person.
You're a strong person.
You're good enough.
You've made people happy.
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