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What is future?

There are many obstacles in life that sometimes we don't know how to step over it. We tried again, again, and again or eventually give up. Sometimes we even asked ourselves: "Have I ever given my best? Why do I keep repeating the same mistakes again and again? What can I do to overcome those obstacles? #lifesuck

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Josee’s Answer

I know this will sound strange but the future starts new every day. Life was never meant to be easy but the fact that you talk about it shows that you want to do better. You mention that you keep making the same mistakes over and over; I feel I was doing that too when I was a teenager. Then I learned that the more value I found in myself the less I made mistake because I became focused on what truly matter: me. Remember that every day you make a difference in someone’s life. You did in mine today. Umatter

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Kim’s Answer

Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid.

That is credited to Albert Einstein, maybe correctly, maybe not.

The point is, there are lots of hurdles in life, and unfortunately, we all can't be good at everything. So, if it is something you absolutely MUST do, like pass Algebra II, then you sit back, regroup and figure out how you are going to do it. Perhaps work with a tutor, etc. If it is something you don't have to do, and you are certain it is not for you, such as being a gymnast, honestly, it is okay to quit!


But, you don't want to quit too often. You will develop strength and resilience that will see you through life -there are more of these obstacles headed your way as you navigate through life. The better you learn to keep going now, the better you will be at them later. For example, I have observed that the first thing that happens when a person loses their job is the car breaks down. It's just that way. So developing strength of character now is important.


If you keep trying to do the same thing, and keep failing, I recommend you talk to a counselor. Or even post the problem here. There is a lot of wisdom at your disposal. There's no shame in asking for help! I find that when presenting a problem to a group of friends, I get some good ideas!


Best of luck!

Kim



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