Don’t Let Your Past Define Your Future.

 

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Many bad situations have left me to make bad decisions in my past. I put the blame on people I shouldn’t have, cut people off for the wrong reasons and made many mistakes based on how I felt. I know it’s not easy to forget, neither is it easy to move on. But we owe it to ourselves to not let this baggage weigh us down. To not let hate, regret, resentment, hurt, betrayal etc….pave way for negativity in our future. Continue reading “Don’t Let Your Past Define Your Future.”

Having Social Anxiety, How It Started (Part 1)

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Let me tell you a bit about my social life. I had a tight group of friends back in secondary school and as most of you know usually by the end of year 11 many of you end up going to different colleges or 6th forms and make different friends. In my last year of school I distanced myself a lot from my friends by not attending and not wanting to speak to anyone because of what I was going through at the time. While I stayed in contact with some of them once school ended, It was always that same “We should get together soon”Β text and you know how that goes. Continue reading “Having Social Anxiety, How It Started (Part 1)”