Would you sacrifice your self needs for someone else who is less fortunate.?

By MILIANI COLIONE . Created on Nov 13, 2018
Lifestyle 381 votes | 13 Comments
No I'm self centered and only interlude in beneficial things.

No I'm self centered and only interlude in beneficial things.

Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself

Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself

After I have taken care of me and mine.

After I have taken care of me and mine.

on Dec 2, 2018
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After I have taken care of me and mine.
Robert said on Jan 20, 2019
While we will always wish to help others in need , Family always comes first - as it should.
No I'm self centered and only interlude in beneficial things.
Anonymous said on Nov 21, 2018
Liars
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
Chuck said on Nov 16, 2018
I do it all the time and find that most people who always need something are democrats.
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
Jadedjez said on Nov 16, 2018
I've been doing it my whole life.
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
Marcus said on Nov 14, 2018
I would, and I have; but it has to be someone I care about or am responsible for. As for the few who imagine themselves to be selfish . . . I suspect they haven't come across a sympathetic victim yet; nor experienced real hardship. Time will tell.
Damien said on Nov 14, 2018
Interlude is a verb?
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
MILIANI COLIONE said on Nov 14, 2018
Sooo and what's your point ?? I'm not an English professor but I'm still very competent and etiquette
Damien said on Nov 14, 2018
I think you got my point. (And etiquette is not an adjective, so what's your point?)
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
Misskittcat said on Nov 13, 2018
Some days I'm more generous then others. I'm taken in the moment
Yes I would feed someone else before I feed myself
Melissa said on Nov 13, 2018
as a mother we always sacrifice our needs for our kids needs first and thats how it ought to be