“TURNING PRO” by Stephen Pressfield. Amateurs talk about money. Professionals talk about ideas.
If you’re finding that you’re having trouble concentrating in class and remembering things that happened earlier in the day, you should discuss this with your doctor, as it can be an indicator of depression.
People on MTV being older than me! ‘Like omg I’m going to be so pretty and cool like her when I’m 22′.
Here’s to the teenagers who sob their heart outs as they try to sew their hearts back together and be whole once again.
My twenties aren’t supposed to be my easiest years. They are supposed to be confusing. I am supposed to feel lost. I am supposed to wonder what the hell comes next.
It has come to the point in my life where I have to make what could probably be one of the most important choices of my life: figuring out which colleges to apply for.
Throughout our senior year there are going to be so many “lasts,” but while we are focusing on how sad we are going to be when it’s over, we end up not enjoying what’s happening in the moment.
You can stay connected with your teen by exploring about what is important to them about this huge part of their lives rather than turning off to it.
“We’re fine with your straightness, but just be straight over there in the corner, please.”
Since I know how painful life can be, I am willing to stand up for those who are in need.