We’ve all been teens, and we’ve all had the same problems. But back then, we were pretty sure that our problems were unique and that there was no one in the whole world to understand us except that pretty boy who made us gasp, “Oh my goodness! He looked at me and smiled! I love him!” It turned out that the boy was a jerk, and there were actually a lot of nice and understanding people around us. If there was an option to send a letter to our teen selves, Viral Inspiral would outline these 11 points. Which of them would you include in your letter?
1. Failure may be the best thing that can happen to you.
ing mistakes and failing is always embarrassing. But the good thing is that you can learn a lot from your mistakes. It is better to be a teen who tries but makes mistakes than an adult who fails.
Adults fail as well. A lot. And the most important thing is to learn as much as you can from your failures and learn how to transform them into your strengths.