About

I’m a married mother of two grown children and grandmother of one, residing in Covington, Tennessee. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, music, exercise, camping, hiking, swimming and inner-tubing. I love ’80s Hair Metal, Prince (musician) and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Email: CherieWhite69@gmail.com

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  1. Hello! Thank you very much for following The Monching’s Guide! πŸ™‚

    As someone who was bullied in grade school and high school, your posts definitely resonate with me. Looking forward to reading more of your entries!

    • Thank you so much, Monch! This.meabs a lot and also thank you for following and reading here as well. My heart breaks for anyone who was bullied amd my mission is to reach out and help them heal with my writings. Wishing you much happiness, peace, and love

  2. I just want to wish you a joyful and peaceful Christmas and a new year that will bring favor and fulfillment of God’s promises! I really appreciate your regular visit to my blog. Thank you!

  3. Hi Cherie ! You have got a nice blog ! I will go through your posts very soon! Thanks for following my site! Wish you a very happy happy & prosperous new year 2022! All the best πŸŒ·πŸ™πŸΎ

    • Thank you so much! This means a lot. <3 Please allow me to apologize for not seeing your comment until now. JetPack has a lousy habit of putting a few good comments in the Spam folder. I wish you also a very happy and prosperous new year. :) <3

  4. Dear Cherie,

    I am a computer professional and worked in a hospital. There I worked together with a younger colleague who was obviously too ambitious and wanted to score plus points with the boss to make himself look better and to get my job role. So he did not fail to pay close attention to whether I made any mistake. If I did, he did not hesitate to report me to the boss. He was not even aware of what he was really doing (in front of himself and others). Nevertheless, I had good thoughts for him and did not pay him back in kind. Then he told me once that his notebook broke down and now he didn’t have enough money to buy a new one. I then told him that I had a notebook, fully functional, that I could give him. When I told him this, he was completely shocked at first. How could someone give him such a gift when he himself was constantly trying to badmouth him to the boss? He couldn’t cope with that at first. He accepted the gift (I did not give it to buy his favour, but I gave it to him because I had compassion for him). It took some time, then he changed for the better. We then became good colleagues. My point is that it is also important what our inner attitude is. If we think badly of others, it will have an effect in one way or another, but if we think well of others, it will certainly have a positive effect. Bullying can indeed drag down one’s psyche if one gets involved in this game, if it becomes a game of ping-pong or if one is unilaterally exposed to these naughties. It is possible to get each individual who is playing the role of bullying person to talk to you in private and carefully point out to that person their own immoral behaviour (all with loving words). Then it is also possible that this ice melts and these persons perceive their own weaknesses, because their attack on others only hides their own weaknesses….

    Thank you for your patience in paying attention to this long text.

    Hugs and love
    Didi

  5. Your blog is amazing, thank you for inspiring all those who are victims of bullying . Also thanks for following my blog.

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