Im Young. I Want To Make The Most Out Of It. Watch
I'm currently in my late teens and I feel that I am lazy and not successful.
I feel guilty and bad when others around me are doing well.
For example, one of my cousins have a job and hes younger than me whereas I only work for a family member. I help the family member run a local business.
I'm not sure if I can count it as a job but some of my better cousins (the ones who give a **** about me, live abroad) say that I'm an asset for the local business and that the family member would suffer if I hadn't helped them. They were saying that the family member would have to pay wages to someone else and then would have to have a lot in trust in them- as some workers can damage a businesses reputation or can shoplift. What do you think? Can I count this as a job?
Another thing is that, I can't drive whereas some of the others can and it makes me feel bad. Also I'm a bit overweight, and that puts me off.
The main thing is, I'm young and I can make everything right now. I want to make the most out of my young life before I have kids and have a lot of responsibility..
What are a few things that you would do if you were young?
I know how you feel about worrying you're not making the most of life and you're behind everyone else, which just means you've got to keep pushing yourself to get to where you want to be, as well as accept that people live lives in different paces
Why don't you do something about it then? Not being harsh, just truthful - you said yourself you can change these things.
Try and reflect more...
And now,I feel pretty happy about my teenage years, only regrets was not going to people's events because I didn't value it much.... Not 100
I try to be myself stick to what I believe in
Try not to let pressure get the better of you...
You are saying how there is competition in terms of some other person having a job...in reality you should concentrate on the business try and make a difference maybe they will resent you afterwards..
I also believe in proving yourself.
I did crap for grades but proved myself in my a levels, which taught me a lot about myself compared to the grades themselves
You want to lose weight? Prove it, or are you going to back out... It may sound harsh, but hit the gym and eat more healthy.
Most of all you should reflect and think about how you can use that, and if it ain't right how will you change that?
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I'm 20 (21 in May) and I'm way behind people my age - but now that I've worked out what I want in life I'm happy with the pace I'm moving at.