Don't ride your bike down the alley behind your house. Don't even go to the garage to get your bike to ride to school. You may just get slammed by someone's stupid truck because they are not looking where they are going. :(
I would tell myself that all the adults in my life are absolutely right, there is plenty of time to have relationships with males in the future. I would remind myself that self worth has nothing to do with others. Leave the boys alone for now and have a fun life! There will be plenty of time for that later.
you are beautiful, you are amazing, never ever have anyone tell you different. Your life is worth living because you are valuable to this world. You may not see it right now and feel like no one even notices who you are, but one day, people will come to you for your help and for your love and friendship. You are a life changer, so don't give up, live out loud, make a positive difference in your life and in others, and watch your beautiful future unfold. Always be true to who you are!!!!
Great Question! I would advise myself that you are not a party favor. Guys respect girls (women) that respect themselves. Hold yourself in high esteem and so will others. Keep reminding yourself that your are a treasured child of God, A beautiful Princess of the King of Kings. Before you go looking for a relationship, go and find yourself, who you are and who you would like to be.
Follow your heart (within reason) instead of following other peoples bias opinions regarding your life/relationship. I am just now realizing this after all these years. I could have saved myself a lot of heart ache and regret over the years if I had of realized this early on. After repeatly listening to others and regretting the outcome. I have learned make more decisions on your own instead of asking for the opinions of those close to you that may have tainted and bias views. Listening to others have always given me the same results. Kaos! Also I would not be soo uptight and I would have more fun. These are all things I have just started over the past few weeks putting this into practice after all these years.
1) As bad as a breakup feels at the time, that person is never the last person who will love you until you find the "one." 2) All relationships require some work. If it is mostly work though, it probably isn't right.
Avoid & ignore all the mindless drama, pressures & heartache around you, because it doesn't last, & focus on school 100%. No matter how horrible, upsetting or distracting your personal life, plow ahead & expand your mind. It's not a cliché - stay in school & stay focused on what you're asked to learn, every single day. Get the best possible education you can. Because this is the only true thing that saves you & your future until the day you die. Mentally & financially. Everything else is just a passing experience. Some good, some bad, & always an invaluable learning experience - but never a replacement for a proper thorough education.
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Follow your dream - no matter how incongruous it may appear at the time. If you want to be an actor, stick with it - if you want to be a journalist, do it; if you want to build your wealth - start building your property portfolio whilst you are young. Don't let others cramp your style, belittle you or distract you and don't listen to negative pessimism. Get rid of the toxic people in your life and learn to surround yourself with people who are optimistic, happy, loving and have your best interest at heart. Be kind to these people and treasure their friendship throughout your life - these type of friends are rare. Be yourself, be confident in yourself, please yourself. Don't worry about what other strangers and acquaintances think - their opinions don't matter. My grandmother gave me great advice: "Always marry the man that loves you MORE than you love him" - sounds weird, but it really works. Never, ever, EVER put up with abuse of any kind. The second it happens, do a 180 degree turn and walk away. Once you have found the love of your life, never take him for granted. Live and love every day like its the last day of your life.
Do not go out with your friend (insert name here). She doesn't actually care about you and she's only going to hurt your feelings. Then, I would explain to myself exactly what she would do. After that, I would not listen to my future self because I would eventually forget.
One of u is gonna get hurt in some point. Don't flirt with other boys u will start getting feelings for them. and don't date anybody when u have mixed feelings for somebody else and if ur dating that person and u like somebody else go with the other person u like nt the one ur datin cuz if u actually like/love that person ur datin ur wont be liking the other person
Don't worry about getting a bf/gf so much. Don't let anything change you. Don't change for someone else. If they can't accept you for who you are, they aren't worth it. Everyone has flaws, though. Also, don't accept anything less than you deserve. "We accept the love we think we deserve." You deserve the best.
in my teenage i don't know anything except my studies. so my advice is, text books, exams and school is not your life. now you wasting your teenage.be bold. people not like how you thinks about them. now you feel like a princess but its not stable. this world gonna show its true face. i like how you honest now. don't loose it in any situation.
be more open minded person, and don't think about yourself always. be more responsible of what you are doing, and think twice or a hundred times before you do a thing :) also be more patient, God creates the man who will be with you forever :D
just choose the most compatible friends to your nature ,,and trust yourself , never care too much to be super ideal but try to be so ,, learn from your mistakes and be sure that all the world used to run mistakes ,,but the clever who can learn from his mistakes , don't think life is so difficult , God created the life for all of us to learn and to ask and to get experience ,, so be brave in owning your life but with a continuous attempt to be more better by the days ,, don't care about the bothered people ,, trust that they bother themselves more than their bother to any one ,,and don't let any one to hinder your good intention ,, the clever who smiles at the end ,,, happy future for you ,,
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1) BE YOURSELF! Don't pretend to be someone or something you're not. Act according to what you honestly feel and think.
2) Start preparing for a career that is "recession-proof" ---- what services or goods do people want and need no matter whether it is economically good or bad times? These are the types of businesses you want to be involved in. You will always have a living you can count on and you will never have to rely on a boyfriend or husband for survival.
Always remember to be careless. It doesn't matter what other's think, you should always do what makes YOU happy. Also, get a really good hobby that you enjoy and become a GENIUS on it, it's part of what shapes you and it's something you can do when bored or sad.
I am the teenage version of myself. But I tell myself study and love later. But of course I didn't listen since I fell love. But I still study hard. I would tell any other teen girl that it's okay to be in love now but don't have sex until you're married. I am.
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Believe in yourself. Build self confidence through doing what you love to do. Don't "settle." Just DO IT (the right thing). What other people think about you is NONE of your business! So, don't get caught up in negative peer pressure.
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Well you are a teen so teens need tons of advice because once your a teen you think are 21 but in reality your only 13 so the best advice would technically be to dont be like other teenagers and be all free so yeah and as always thanks for aswering
Respect yourself. Love is better when you take the time to get to know one another. It's the thrill of falling in love that makes the sex wonderful. Having sex with someone just to keep him coming back doesn't guarantee that he will. I probably wouldn't listen to this advise but it truly would be the best advise to give. God, I'm smart at 52 but dumb when I was a teenager. Oh, and by the way self, Don't do drugs.
Don't be afraid to walk away. It doesn't matter how long you waited for that one guy. If he truly cared he wouldn't have done what he did. Believe that you deserve better and then go out and do better for yourself. Don't let your life be uprooted because of his mistake. P.S. Recognize a good thing when you've got it. Stick out your first relationship longer than 5 months because the guy was a gem.
well if i were to meet a man in my teenage years that looked like me and he gave me advice about a relationship and then when i was older i would want to go tell my younger self about dating and i would be basically going through the same situation again. might be confusing to you but it is totally true.
Love yourself first. You can make it without allowing someone else to decide your future for you. Do not be afraid of the unknown. The things you think you know are actually what you do not really understand. And finally: DO NOT MARRY THAT GUY, HE IS A MONSTER.
do something and be something don't worry about the problems because they'll go away and i'll be a better person tomorrow and i will be something don't listen to all the other people telling you otherwise