19 Things To Stop Doing In Your 20s

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. Stop placing all the blame on other people for how they interact with you. To an extent, people treat you the way you want to be treated. A lot of social behavior is cause and effect. Take responsibility for (accept) the fact that you are the only constant variable…

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yes, I understand your need for a laptop while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee, but i see no reason for you to bring every electronic device you own to charge for free at a cafe. do not treat Starbucks like a restaurant and ask for the menu, and very likely, making a fool … Continue reading


i feel like tattooing an anchor on my feet to remind myself to stay grounded, a compass on one wrist; to tell me to heading in the right direction and always move forth and on the other wrist i want birds flying to tell me to have my sights in the clouds and be free … Continue reading

even the douchebag senior knows how to seek forgiveness from his partner after understanding her point of view and is now trying to make things right. oh well. i will be 23 and happy.


In the end, all it amounts to is just a relationship not worth putting in effort for, i am just a person to be taken for granted and valued below other people who think of you as an option. 14months of easy way outs and empty promises was time you dont bother fighting for anymore. … Continue reading

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Moral of the story

There are people who care, friends and family. Never cheapen their love for you by being upset over the care of a person you’ll never receive. Walk away wiser and thankful of those that truly hold you dear


Numbed to the the arguement and tension. But it finally hits how my thoughts, feelings, actions and the intentions dont matter and are.never bothered to be understood. What a fool I was to hope.

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