Stand up for your believe
Teenagers it is sometimes hard to stand up for what you believe in . It seems as if life is pulling you in every single direction. Teens are still considered children in my book and young minds are far from the maturity level of an adult.
Stand up Teenagers
If there is a matter that is close to your heart; then, you should always stand up for that. “If we don’t fight for what we “stand” for our passionate words and honest actions, do we ‘stand’ for anything?” Tiffany Madison. You have to believe in yourself first, and; then, others will follow.
- 1. Yourself: If you do not stand up for yourself, you cannot expect anyone else to do that. You must always have confidence in yourself and be willing to stand up for yourself. “I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back”. Maya Angelou. Meaning by changing you first causes others to want to follow physical fight does not resolve anything.
- 2. What you Love: If you love someone or something; then, well worth it to stand up for that which you love.
“The strongest man in the world is he who stands,” ― Henrik Ibsen. What does this quote mean to you? It means that you need no one else’s approval to be yourself. If you are your fan, you can be sure to carry out and conquer great things in life. Some teenagers feel this may not always be the case, when so much peer pressure and wrong-doing are going around them daily.
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Another quote can help: “Don’t hide yourself. Stand up, keep your head high and show them what you got!” Joe Mari Fadrigalan. No matter what or who tries to bring you down, be yourself and always strive for the best. It doesn’t matter what anyone else tries to tell you or what they say about you.
Teenagers you must think positive
No denying that it is hard to be a kid. You face a variety of circumstances that can challenge you on a daily basis, and we’re not talking about minimal challenges. We’re talking about the challenges that can scar you emotionally if you allow them to. But, keeping a positive mind frame and knowing that you are better than the rest will make sure that you make it through life with your head held high. “Never follow the crowd….Until and unless you are crossing the road…” Sanhita Baruah. My experience as a teenager and; now, an adult talking in front of a crowd is petrifying. But, if I had to stand up for what I believe I will do just fine.
Continue to read more than … positive quotes. Read them. Reread them. And; then, you will understand better how to handle this thing called life. “There are some things you can’t learn at any university, except for one, the University of Life… the only college where everyone is a permanent student.” E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes
I am fortunate enough to have a family that supports us well. Even at an early age, we have a say in the house hold. Of course the final say is still with my parents. Now that I have a family of my own, I am using the same open mindedness. I grew up with my mind exploring many possibilities. I want my child to grow up the same way. Life is a continuous learning process. I’m almost in my 40’s now and I have yet to learn more. I hope to pass on to my daughter whatever I have learned so that she too can grow.
This is a wonderful reminder to all the life is a beautiful journey. Teenagers get to taste it first hand. It can be daunting but with a little help, it can be amazing.
JP Carlos, Life is a lot easier when we have support so true. Your child will understands one of the great principles of life “Standing up for what she believes” and knowing when to walk away from negative people. Glad you like post and thank you for your support.