Question: if you could tell your younger self something, what would it be? would you spoil your future? and thank you for today.
Samantha Garside answered on 23 Mar 2022:
I wouldn’t really tell myself anything apart from reassure myself that I am doing my best, not to be stressed and to speak to someone if I feel it was getting too much or I’m worried about something.
Life is a funny path, I wouldn’t change what route I have gone down because I may not have experienced certain things or have my children.
Look forward not backwards
Anita Raja answered on 23 Mar 2022:
I would tell myself to believe in the process and enjoy it . I feel as if I spent my younger days panicking about exams , never enjoying the process .
Laurence Quirk answered on 23 Mar 2022:
I tell my younger self that everything turns out ok in the end. I don’t think it spoil my future but I think it might take away some of the worry and anxiety.
Heather S answered on 23 Mar 2022:
I would tell myself, always follow your heart and your gut instinct. If you enjoy something and are passionate about it, you will do well. Your gut instinct will always give you a sense of if something is right for you. In shirt: I would say always trust your own judgment
Adrian Taylor answered on 25 Mar 2022:
The lottery numbers! And not to play in the rugby match that ended my playing career
Jamie Hynes answered on 27 Apr 2022:
I remember this therapeutic question from the chat Immy! It’s a question commonly asked in counselling sessions reconnecting with that Inner Child.
Hope you got some more good answers, and you might find more stuff on this from the book ‘Dear Me: A Letter to my Sixteen Year old self’.
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Anna commented on :
Just see what happens – work hard at school, to keep options open. That you are not going to like everything and that often helps you figure out what you do like.
Sarah commented on :
It gets better. I had a rough time in secondary school, but things got better and I’m a very happy adult. I don’t think that’s much of a spoiler – and I think young me would just have rolled her eyes at me anyway! – but it got better.