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Being A Coward vs Being A Scaredie Cat. Urban Therapy with Sun #223

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We all have fears, but the things that they fear are what separate the two.

Is a scaredie cat and a coward the same thing? We know that they both have fears, but do they fear the same things at the same time? What would make a person call someone a coward instead of calling them a scaredie cat?

Is being called a scaredie cat a nice way of calling someone a coward? Is it always mean to call someone a coward?

On this show, we will look at the difference between being called one thing over another.

For this show, we will define a scaredie cat as being someone who is afraid of things. Things like the dark, bugs, animals, heights, germs, violence etc.

A coward will be someone who is afraid of life's responsibilities. Things like fatherhood, motherhood, paying bills, community involvement, family matters, defense, growth,obligations, unity, politics, racial issues and things that are based on principle.

What do you think? Let's get it poppin'.

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