That one night his crew competed on pur school competition, And as a best friend, I supported him so bad that I for two days, my throat hurts every time I talk. That 's when the issues came. People were starting to question me about me being best friends with me, didn 't really bother me at first, I didn 't care about their questions until one day an anonymous person in my social account called ask.fm told me that I was a flirt, That I don 't deserve to live and etc. Didn 't told my best friend about it. It was one of the hardest problems ive ever encountered while being at my first year of being a
So we got down to where we went and i watched at first having no intention of trying it. A couple minutes later i decided to try it well like most things at first when u try it you're not very good at it, and that was my case. I kept going to see if i would get any better and for the first 20 minutes, than hour still the same. We left that day i thought to myself when i got home, this is actually pretty fun. So i ordered a skimboard and
Despite that ever looming sadness over my head, I was still doing well in school, at least as best as I could do, I still hung out with people and I was still social when I had to be. But then I got a weird text message from my cousin Alex, he asked me if I was happy about moving back to Oregon. I was confused, I did not remember my parents telling me that we were to back to Oregon. I was hurt and I asked my parents if what my cousin said was true, they said yes. I was about to cry, my brother did not know what to do.
You always hear about your typical fairy tale love story how the man pursues the women and they live happily ever after, but that is not always the case. My ever after started in the summer of 2008, I was a twenty-one-year-old mother with a beautiful one-year old baby girl. Since I was a little girl I always wanted my own fairy tale ending but I always seemed too looked for love in all the wrong places. One evening my friend and I stopped at Walmart to pick up a few items, as we were leaving the store I happened to glance over and I spotted a very attractive guy who was in his uniform on his lunch break at the Mcdonalds. I looked over to my friend and mentioned how attractive I thought he was and continued to walk towards the exit.
These two words struck me like a knife. It was then that I had a moment of realisation, that friends are people I should feel confident and comfortable with, not people I should be playacting with. She gave me loads of advice, and she told me that eventually, I should move to her table during lunch. The heavy elephant that had been clinging onto my back magically disappeared. After talking to her, I pondered over whether I should move to another table or not for a month.
The stress went away, my responsibilities are done in a perfect way. My stress level tolerance is a lot higher than others due to my past and my grit. Stress management is a work in progress for me but I always manage to see positives even if everything looks negative. According to Ryan Holiday (2014) “Failure shows us the way—by showing us what isn’t the way.” and this is one of the most important lessons I learned the hard way, it changed me and allowed to control my fears and reduce
Ten Things Learned from Living in Thailand “Come with more money than you think you need and spend less than you think you should. Scott Mallon, Writer and Photographer *** Once we stop learning, we die. As long as humans remain curious and retain the desire to learn, they retain the will to live. One reason why I have always loved traveling and seeing the world is doing so provides you with insight and experience and the opportunity to learn about the world first hand. Below are ten of the many things I have learned so far from living in Thailand.
One personal thing about me is that I fell in love at a young age. People always say that it is impossible to fall in love at a young age, but that's not true. I met a young man and we went on dates, and got really serious. We dated for about two years, and we started to argue almost everyday. He told me harsh things and I still ran back to him, because I thought things would work.
After talking to her, I pondered over whether I should move to another table or not for a month. During this month, my new friend was always next to me, making me feel better and understanding me. Eventually, I made my ultimate decision that I would move tables on the following Wednesday at school. Now that I think of it, I find myself laughing that I had been so concerned about sitting in a different table during lunch. But this incident wasn’t about me just simply sitting in a different table.
A few hours passed by and I was changing out of my leotard from dance class so I could go to lunch, when I got text from my dad saying, “Accident you saw this morning was Uncle Sal”, and to say the least I freaked. My uncle was in ICU in very critical condition and there was no telling what was going to happen. Competition weeks were my favorite times of the year but this very one went down the drain with that news. I couldn’t focus on