Enjoy Being Young

Monday, March 30, 2009

t's often said that the youth are too young to appreciate what they've got, and that may be true. Here's how to enjoy being a kid, and not worry about growing up too fast!
Don't tell your friends about things you don't want them to know about. Its none of their business if you still wet the bed, or sleep with a favorite stuffed animal. Avoid lying. Lying at any age is very unpopular; you will most likely get caught, and it will make you look even worse than before. Remember what being "grown-up" means. There are 36-year-old that aren't really grown up. Being "grown-up" means a lot of things. At this age, remember to take responsibility for your actions, stand up for what is right, but most of all, remember to have fun. Being eleven or twelve years old only comes once in your life—don't worry about being fully grown up just yet.

Be confident in who you really are. People are attracted to those who seem confident in themselves. At this age your bodies are growing, they are changed, and you feel like everyone is watching you. They're not. You may think you're not as pretty at the girl who come back from summer vacation looking like a woman, or as handsome and cool as the star athlete, but we all grow and change differently. You are right where you are supposed to be! Always be true to who you are At this age it is normal for you to want to find what group you fit in at school, so it's okay to explore what it is that you like and don't like. Once you do find "who you are", remain true to that person. Be Fit If you are fit when you are a kid then you will be a happy kid. If you are obese you will probably get picked on at school. Some people will judge you by how fat you are and normally that is not a good judgement for them. If you are obese then you might grow to have lots of other deadly health problems which can make you depressed and miserable.

If someone asks a question like, "Do you still hang out with your mom?", don't be afraid to say yes. Most likely, many of your friends do, too. Don't give up things you like because they are "babyish." Seriously consider the consequences of your actions, no matter how lame that sounds. Drinking, drugs, and sex may seem grown-up or mature, but many adults have messed up their lives with such things. "And many more adults who don't use drugs or drink see those adults that do as immature fools." Remember, there is nothing wrong with sleeping with a night light.

Don't make fun of others you don't know. After all, you wouldn't want them to do such things to you, and you never know—they may become your friends.


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