I think being a teenager can be a particularly challenging time to go through. We are faced with topics such as puberty, friendships, love, sex, careers, drugs and alcohol, and a lot of other things that seem positively 'adult'. Teenagers often go through a whole lot of change in such a short period of time.
So how can we shift our focus? I have 10 quick tips for teenagers:
I’m sorry I gave you everything I had without making sure you wanted it.
I fell in love again.
There's this boy and I started catching feelings for him. The problem is, he is currently not available and this f*cked things up. I'm not going to say anything more 'cause he may see this.
The question is:
I don’t want to remind you of anyone. I want to be the first me you’ve ever met.
When I was like 14 years old, I used to judge people for what they look like or even because of their lifestyle. Today, when I'm 16 and people judge me because, as they say, I'm weird, I realise that what I was doing the whole time to others wasn't cool and they actually felt like shit. Now, I would like to warn some people that think I'm telling bullshit, that judging people you don't even know, is the worst thing you can do to someone. It hurts and it will follow you for the rest of your life 'cause karma is bitch.
Stay weird lol.
Ok so I went to my grandma's house to "help" her clean the house etc. and when I finished, I realised that she left and I was all alone. I called some friends (2 boys & 1 girl) so we were 4. One of the boys said that we should smoke some weed which he brought with him. I was thinking about that for a while and when I came to a conclusion that it's not a bad idea, they were all already high as f#ck. The girl was almost naked and the other boy was laughing at everything he saw. While the joint came to me, my grandma came and saw me holding the joint. She was like WTF IS HAPPENING IN MY HOUSE? I didn't know what to say or do and when I realised what just happened she grabbed my friends from their ears and took them outside. I couldn't think of any excuse so I was quiet. When she came to me with disgust in her eyes, I began to cry. I was crying so much and begging her not to tell my dad what just happened. She was quite for awhile and then she asked me if there is a joint left. I thought she was kidding but then she asked me again. I looked at the joint that the boy left here and she took it and smoked. I was confused. When I was leaving she told me not to tell anybody what had happened.