If you’re a 90’s baby and you have no idea how to live your life, it’s okay.
If you don’t have the life you wanted, dreamed of, and worked hard for right now, it’s okay.
If you’re a fresh grad and still unemployed or after years of your graduation and you’re still not employed, it’s okay.
If you have the job you always dreamed of but doesn’t pay much, or you have a job that’s far from what you learned during college but pays very well, it’s okay.
If you are in a relationship but not in love, if you are in love but not in a relationship, if you are single but not happy or if you’re happy that you finally are, it’s okay.
If you overthink about the future, the distant future too much that it makes you feel worse about your current situation now, it’s okay.
If you feel like you’re lost, or you have no idea what’s going on, or your world is falling apart, it’s okay.
If you think you’re alone and a big chunk from the list of who your friends are gets cut off, it’s okay.
If you see yourself in the mirror and get disgusted of how tired, fat, ugly, and unhappy you look, it’s okay.
If you feel that you are not okay, it’s okay. Don’t pretend that you are. Don’t force yourself to be. Because in the end, the only one you’re fooling is yourself.
Most importantly, don’t depend on others to be okay. You should be okay for you and because of you.
You’ve done everything to be okay. If it’s still not enough, all you have to do now is wait. Patiently. We had our time. Let others have theirs now. ‘Cause when the tables are turned again, it will be our time again. When that happens, we are going to feel so much more than being okay.