My Detailed Advice to 15-Year-Olds (Pt. 2 — WAW)

Finally, I can get the second part of my Write Anything Wednesday post. Finally, I can get to the actual detailed advice. This is also for me and it is what I’d wish I could tell my 15-year-old self. Here goes:

1: Don’t Wait for an Apology.

You’re never gonna get one in most cases. We are made to apologize as little children, but we often didn’t mean it and we were too prideful to do it on our own.

2: You Need to Learn to Forgive and It Starts with You.

By this I mean you need to forgive yourself first and foremost. You may think that I’m placing blame on you, but it’s the opposite. Chances are you have blamed yourself for what happened to you.

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My Detailed Advice to 15-Year-Olds (Pt. 1 — WAW)

For this week’s Write Anything Wednesday, I thought I would give more detailed advice to 15-year-olds. But before I can get into that, I need to share some background information. As I wrote this, I realized that this needed to be broken into two parts.

(BTW: Sorry for the lateness in the reply. I had to rest and my sleep schedule is pretty mess up right now. It’s been like this for a couple of weeks. These posts will be back-dated.)

Anyway, for this post I will revisit two things:

  • One of my answers to a question posed to me by a fellow Liebster Award Nominee.
  • My thoughts about the saying, “Don’t cry over spilt (or spilled) milk.”

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