1.The path is not straight. 2.Mistakes need not be fatal. 3.People are more important than achievements or possessions. 4.Be gentle with your parents. 5.Never stop doing what you care most about. 6.Learn to use a semicolon. 7.You will find love.
Every now and then, when you and your teen have differing opinions, and you don't have this irrational need to always be right, say "You know, I could be wrong about this." Especially if you really aren't 100% sure. It's amazing the credibility you'll get by getting off your pedestal and being real.
It’s difficult to see the battles we fight inside ourselves everyday, and yet these feel like the hardest to win. Now, people are using semicolon tattoos as an external reminder of an internal triumph over mental health issues.
“The semicolon is used when a sentence could have ended, but didn’t” If you have ever self harmed, been depressed, or attempted suicide, you might want to be part of The Semicolon Movement. It helps serve a a reminder that your sentence doesn’t have to end, and you don’t have to end it. Your sentence is not over. Keep living and join the movement. by ajct
stop worrying about your life and how you look and start thinking about this...how many people would you impress if they world were blind? would they still know how much you love God? would they "see" a change in you? etc...just something to think about.(: