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Lynn Johnston

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An apology is the super glue of life. It can repair just about anything.

— Lynn Johnston


Complaining is good for you as long as you're not complaining to the person you're complaining about.

— Lynn Johnston

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But even though all this was going on at home, if someone had tried to take me away and put me in a children's home, I couldn't have handled it. Even though my mother was very brutal, it was my home.

— Lynn Johnston

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But I married a guy who treated me very badly, but I was happy. I was miserable, so I was happy.

— Lynn Johnston

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No matter how old you are, there's always something good to look forward to.

— Lynn Johnston

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And my father was a comic. He could play any musical instrument. He loved to perform. He was a wonderfully comedic character. He had the ability to dance and sing and charm and analyze poetry.

— Lynn Johnston

#analyze #any #character #charm #comedic

In a way, a certain amount of self-criticism is a good thing, because it keeps you humble. Realizing that no matter what success you've achieved, you can still make enemies makes you humble, too.

— Lynn Johnston

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I know it sounds crazy, but I have had far more connection with my parents after their deaths.

— Lynn Johnston

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I loved the Little Lulu stories, where she would fantasize that her bedroom rug would turn into a pool of water, and she could dive down into the center of the world.

— Lynn Johnston

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I often think you bring unhappiness on yourself, because if you don't like yourself very much, you allow yourself to be influenced by people who reinforce that.

— Lynn Johnston

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About Lynn Johnston

Did you know about Lynn Johnston?

Hi Mom! Hi Dad! a sequel to David was publiLynn Johnstond in 1975. In September 2007 Lynn and Rod Johnston announced their separation and intention to divorce. Personal life
Since the 1990s Johnston has been notably forthcoming in her discussion of the abuse inflicted on her by her mother her first husband and being unprepared to be a mother to her son Aaron—topics which have also been reflected in the strip.

Lynn Johnston CM OM (born May 28 1947) is a Canadian cartoonist well known for her comic strip For Better or For Worse and was the first woman and first Canadian to win the National Cartoonist Society's Reuben Award.

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