Inspirational Message for Teens
Every now and then we all need to hear an Inspirational Message or two. It isn’t easy living with despair. If given the chance to walk away and never look back again. You would take it with both hands. Teen years are supposed to be fun, exciting, and full of discovery. Depression can really grate your noodle and dampen your youth, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with it for life.
Inspiring Message for You
I have always been drawn to this saying or cliche, “When you’ve hit rock bottom, there’s nowhere else to go but up.” It reminds me of my younger years. Yes, there was chaos, but looking back, I loved it. Sure I made a few mistakes, some I thought I’d never bounce back from, but guess what? I did. I learned from them. That’s my wish all depressed teens. I want you all to learn to live with all your heart and never stop dreaming on.
Yes, There Are Second Chances
Inspirational Message for Teens Inspire hope.
There will be situations that you will go through that will not always be perfect, butt they can be perfect for you as long as you make the best of each situation. Life will keep changing and as scary as that may seem to some, it’s actually a gift. It means that you can constantly reinvent the wheel. So if you’re stuck with square wheels, don’t worry. Tomorrow you’ll get the chance to make them round.
You Gotta to have HOPE
How Depressed Teens Can Stay Inspired and have hope
- Share your problems
We tend to forget that we can fix this problem. Have you told anyone how you feel? There is no reason to be ashamed. It’s not a weakness, it’s a chemical imbalance.
Your life will get better. You have to believe.
- You are a thousand times stronger than you think
Pain has a funny way of shaping character. I’m not saying that one needs aches to become a better person. But a lot of times , misery has the ability to shape you into a kind and more considerate person. Is the force strong within you, or are you going to let your despair take you to the dark side? The choice is yours.
- You have a say over how you feel
It’s true you may not always have a say over where you go, who you get to go with, and what you do with your time. Mom and Dad probably still dictate a little. You do have a say over how you feel. Melancholy has a way of lying to you. It shames you into feeling worthless when you are not. You have a place in this world that is cut out of the stars and you have every right to that claim.
Support is available to you…Just ask
- You’re not alone
The isolation that depression causes can make you feel like the loneliest person in the world. You feel like no one gets how deep your pain goes. In fact, there are hundreds of thousands of teens across the world who live with the same hurt you do every day. There are support groups and forums online. There, you can connect to those who are feeling at their worst.
Inspirational Message for Depressed Teens Inspire hope.
- You CAN move past teen depression
You have probably been over this time and time again. There’s just nothing you can do to change your situation. WRONG! as a matter of fact, You CAN even though your depression will keep telling you otherwise.
Because, trust me, it has absolutely no wish to see you succeed in anything. You have the ability to make small changes that can, over time, result in a big difference.
I love your message! Small changes a little at a time can definitely make a huge impact in the long run.
Robin Rue (masshole Mommy), Thank you for consistently support me.
My daughter is ten and I worry sometimes when she is moody. I always encourage her to talk to me all the time.
Chubskulit Rose, Keep talking …Open that door build trust with your daughter!
I think what you do is so needed! As a teen, I was very sad at times. I could have really used something like this.
Talking to them and seeking medical help is very important. Making them feel loved is also a good one.
This is something every teenager should read if they are depressed. I think it would help them to feel that they are not alone and that this does happen to more than just them.
Jeanette, So true. Hopefully the Parents will pass the message to their child!
My whole childhood was lost to depression and I was first assigned a psychiatrist at the age of 13 after attempting to take my own life so I can relate well with this post
Emma White, Welcome, Sorry your childhood was loss …We need more people like you. who are afraid to share their your personal struggle with Teenage Depression.
Agreed we are so much stronger than we think and even I at 22 am still learning who I am as a person!
Ana De- Jesus, You are on your way to a bright future. Thanks for your support.
Teen age is a rebel age. Always be patient to lessen your stress in life.
This really should be shared with the teens who it is intended for as there is valuable information.
Claudette, I agree!
Being a teen can be so hard! These are great messages that can hopefully help someone.
Great messages! Teens definitely need to hear ALL of these things. I felt very alone as a teen, even though I was surrounded by people.
Those are all very encouraging. It helps to hear those lines whenever you’re about to give up on life. That’s really something any teen would like to hear.
Such a great word. Depression can be a major problem to a teens nowadays. I admit when I got to that kind of situation I feel like hopeless. My parents is the one who lift me to face every challenges and problems. 🙂
So touching and inspiring. Love this post.
love everything on the list! indeed what doesnt kill you makes you stronger.
Your post is so inspiring. It’s important for teens to know that they are not alone
such a smart post…a must read for all teens. thank you for sharing this!
What a great post! Love the message and I think it’s important to show messages like this one to teens going through depression to show them they’re not alone and that a lot of us went through what they’re going though now
This is so important. We need to look for the signs and help those teens and others who are struggling with depression. It can be really hard and I love the message you shared!
It’s always important to give them space, but also let them know you care. Great advice.
Awesome and very supporting I love it !!!
Teenage years is a roller coaster ride. Such an inspiring post. Thanks for sharing dear.
What a powerful message and I’m so glad that you share this with us. Thank you so much for making me inspired from this post
Very beautifully written and expressed! you are totally right this is a topic that can be frowned upon by our teens. These steps can help us not only help our teens but can help us understand our teens!
What I took away from this is you are not alone. I also love the one about being stronger than you think. This was a wonderful, encouraging post. Patrice, keep up the great work!
These past few days I’m so really depress and i feel so alone and lonely. I never though that i have family and friends who always beside me. Thanks for this message
April G, You will get through it. If your depress feelings persist talk to your Primary Doctor in your area. Your Family & Friends can only help if they know what is going on with you. You don’t have to feel lonely.
Teen depression has become so very common these days. This is a great post to make people aware of this and fight this away.
Being in the Depression was really hard and feeling alone. I hate that feeling
My son is still a tween, but few more weeks, and he’s going to be 13. Kind of scares me. Love that he opens up to us about even little things though. And I hope and pray that he’s not going to change.
It is a great message you spread! I have a friend who would have liked to hear this.
Being teen wasn’t easy like it used to be few decades ago. Nowadays a lot of teens experiencing depression and rejection. So it is very important for parents to be there when they need someone to lean on and continuous support.
Depression is a serious illness and it’s unfortunate that so many suffer in silence, especially teens who don’t have the frame of reference to know that something is really wrong.
This is a wonderful post! I think many teens are depressed because they are confused and hormones are all over the place. The world wants you to grow up but be a child at the same time its hard but its ok…teenage year will breeze by thats what I wanna tell them all. Its not the end the tip of the iceberg of your life.
Thank you for such an important message for teens (and everyone who struggles) with depression. I have a teenage niece who frequently struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts, so this is definitely a vital message to get out there.
This needs to go viral! There are so many teens (and adults) living with depression. These words are so inspiration and motivational! Good job, Patrice.
This is a great and inspiring post. I think it is a post that is going to help a lot of teens.
This is so uplifting and positive. My teen years were hard for me and something like this would have lifted me up.
For all the people who said that teens should read this … I’m a teen I found no inspiration in this at all and I’m a teen and I’m depressed
Sorry, how can We help?