07 October 2010
Moving Beyond High School Insecurities
I love the points that Julie Hanks makes about high school insecurities. My favourite is her first point. Things that happen in adolescents impact you, but they don't define you. Who you are/were in high school isn't going to be you for the rest of your life.
My next favourite point is that people grow and change. That annoying smart person in the back, may not be like that any more. The girl who dropped out because she became pregnant may have gone back, graduated and may be in a much more stable relationship. People change. That is an essential point. You can't keep looking to the past to define a person today. The past is a learning experience that has shaped and moulded, and even changed that person into what they are today.
Read her entire post here.