How to Refresh Your Teenage Life when Everything Goes Wrong

Phychology of a teenager. Add comments


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    Take some paper and list the things that you feel are going wrong. Examples could be that you bite your nails, aren't satisfied with your grades, feel like you're always running short on money, to name a few examples. If you'd like, try to imagine what is to you the perfect person and list the things that person "has" that you don't, like playing a sport or knowing how to play chess
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    Take another piece of paper and divide those "wrong" things into categories. Like "health" if you think you eat too much junk food or don't exercise enough. Other good categories are grooming, finances, relationships, education, organization, etc. Add as many as you'd need to.
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    Under each category, write the things you should do to revert those mistakes. Examples include: reunite with a friend you fought with, tidy up bedroom, study more and do homework. You can look at the Tips to get ideas.
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    Each of those things will be a goal to you. Try to break them down into easy steps. For instance, if you'd like to speak French, watch one movie or episode a week in French. Search online if you need help breaking down goals, such as WikiHow!
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    Tackle those goals. Now that you know what you need to do, start doing it! Ease into this by adding a new habit into your life at a time.
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    Jump in delight as you see yourself turn into the perfect person!

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