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“A few years ago, Gracie created the popular web site called “Discouragement Kitten,” a rather over the top satirical advice column.”
“Discouragement Immigration officials hope Australian diaspora communities including Iranian, Iraqi, Afghan and Sri Lankans will watch the film and discourage family and friends who are considering making the journey.”
“Bill Moyers -- who knows as much about the history of popular movements as just about anyone in America -- recently put it this way: Discouragement comes easily.”
“Discouragement and fatigue have been attached to the consequences.”
“The new minister brought to the little congregation his gentle homilies, with titles such as "Overcoming Discouragement," and amusing, self-deprecating tales about his golf game and family life.”
“I myself printed, as a pamphlet, Poems Written in Discouragement, 1912-1913, and certainly these poems are as bitter as the letters Mr MacColl has quoted.217 That is the manner of our intemperate Irish nature and I think the Elizabethan English were as volatile; we are quick to speak against our countrymen, but slow to give up our work.”
“In the privately circulated Poems Written in Discouragement, printed in October 1913, Yeats had included ‘To a Wealthy Man who promised a second Subscription to the Dublin Municipal Gallery if it were proved the People wanted Pictures’, ‘September 1913’, ‘To a Friend whose Work has come to Nothing’, ‘Paudeen’, and ‘To a Shade’.”
“Discouragement: Along the way to your goal you may hit a rough patch and become discouraged.”
“Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.”
“Discouragement sets in, and they bolt from the diet.”
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