This is a skill that takes time and comes with growth. Saying “I’m sorry” doesn’t make one weak, it takes a bigger and stronger person to say this. Especially if the person wants a better understanding and to grow the relationship at hand.
Just a thought
Is there a period in your own personal life that you think of as the good old days? Tell us a story about those innocent and/or exciting times (or lack thereof).
“Back in the day when I was young I’m not a kid anymore”. The good old days, everyone has them and most remember them. For me the good old days would be being a teenager, went something like this….
In high school with no real worries
when dating was oh so much easier!
when I didn’t really have any major responsibilities
breaking curfew (sorry mom and dad) 🙂
riding in cars with
boys, I mean with my girlfriends (again sorry mom) 🙂
Ahh, the good old days!
Present-day you meets 10-years-ago you for coffee. Share with your younger self the most challenging thing, the most rewarding thing, and the most fun thing they have to look forward to.
Where do I start…..
Look kid! Enjoy life, don’t be in such a rush to get where you’re going. Everyone has there own pace, just enjoy the moments. You’ll go through some really tough times that will suck I’m not even going to lie, but those times will make you a stronger person, that I do promise. You will have some really amazing moments and accomplishment, enjoy those moments and be proud of yourself and your hard work.
Always do your best, cherish friendships, live in the moment, laugh, love, travel, and most importantly be happy. Now go and enjoy your life!
This goes for friends who are like your family. Cherish and appreciate the moments you have with them.
Of the people who are close to you, who is the person most unlike you? What makes it possible for you to get along?
I guess it is true, that opposites attract. I have this one friend, and well we’re not completely opposite, but there are enough differences between us, to call us opposites. For example, I’m more of a optimist and their more of a realist. I’m more of a planner and their more of a whatever happens, happens. I’m a vegetarian, they’re a meat eater. Whatever the difference is, we seem to make it work. We seem to balance each other out, I guess you can say this person is the yin to my yang! And like all of the people that I am close to the most, I am truly grateful for this person. We may butt heads, but this person is there when I need them the most.
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