The Ultimate Guide to Never Giving In


When life shits on you, you shit on the world, or you hold your head up and give it your best smirk.

Feeling alone? Defeated?

Hang in there, it's about to be a bumpy ride.

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About

I am a young, aspiring writer, dancer, and soon to be martial artist/ pianist. Why have I made this site? It just a place for me to post tidbits of information that's stored in my bustling mind. Take what you want, leave what you don't need. I am young, but wise beyond my years, or so I've been told. If you have any questions, drop by the contact section.

Activities


Take Time to Examine Yourself

Take time for yourself.

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Reach out to Someone in Need.

Reach out to someone, anyone in need. Get close to them. Give them the opportunity to have a friend. Smile at someone who looks sad, offer to help others when they are carrying a burden. Be there for some one who needs a reason to carry on with their lives.

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Discover a Way to Release the Buildup of Stress in Your Body.

Stress affects us mentally and physically. Mentally we feel overwhelmed, burdened, physically we gain/ lose weight, hair loss, high blood pressure among many other things.

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Write A Journal

Sometimes we face many obstacles, some harder than others and each time we face an obstacle, it seems we can never overcome it. And we forget previous triumphs against other trials.

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True Words


Challenge Yourself


Challenge 1: Scream

Scream. As loud as possible. You can be alone or with others. It gives you an opportunity to step out of your comfort zone, let your voice be heard and relieve some pressure.

Challenge 1

Challenge 2: Run

It doesn't have to be long, you don't have to be fast. Just get outside, fill your lungs with fresh air and stretch your legs. You'll feel refreshed and may even get to enjoy some beautiful scenery. When you feel confident, challenge yourself- run faster, longer but be careful not to overexert yourself.

Challenge 2

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Book Snippets:


Godfrey Manor by Prince Edan (1)

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A boy with black hair and a mischievous grin reclined in the principal's leather seat behind a heavyset oak desk. He had snuck inside as the principal left for one of her scheduled bathroom breaks and locked the door. That was the thing about elderly people, once they got to a certain age, they just couldn't hold it in anymore.

Still, Ms. O'Connor worked in a nice room; black drapes were drawn over a set of large posterior windows. A file cabinet was in the corner of the room, carrying the details of every student currently enrolled at St. James Catholic Secondary School. A pair of black chairs were placed in front of the principal's desk; one for the child that gave trouble and the other for their parent.

Cael found the microphone that the principal used to communicate with the whole school. There was a speaker in each classroom that relayed her messages on a daily basis. Cael turned it on and cleared his throat. "Goodmorning, folks," he announced with a clear, confident voice, "this is Cael Henderson- the friendly neighbourhood spiderman. Don't forget to purchase your tickets to the Halloween Haunt Dance at Godfrey Manor this Saturday. It's an ancient home that was turned into a tourist attraction after its owners died of terrible illnesses and no one offered money to purchase it. Some say their ghost appear in its passages till this very day-"

There was a knock at the door as a herd of teachers yelled at him to get out. Someone threw in a threat to put him in detention again, but Cael wasn't very interested in that idea. He had already stayed after school so many times for that outrageous suggestion in a plain classroom. The only sound that had helped to ease misery was the sound of clock ticking above the blackboard. It had reassured him, telling him that in a few more minutes he would be out of this hellish place.

"That's my cue to leave, ladies, gentlemen. See you at lunch."

The knob shook as someone plunged a key into the keyhole. With that unfavorable development, Cael made his way over to the window in a flash and opened it. Hurling himself outside, he somersaulted across the grass before lurching to his feet. He ran towards the parking lot, waving goodbye to the teachers screaming behind him. There was a maze of expensive vehicles and cheaper ones that were close to falling apart. He dashed between two Honda Civics, and jogged towards the school's side entrance.

St. James Secondary School was a large building; red, grey and black interlocked bricks. It had three levels and a set of windows for each classroom. His feet pounded against the sidewalk that leads to a set of double doors. He yanked a door open and ducked inside.

"This year's Halloween Haunt will be interesting," Cael thought as a smile played on his lips. Rumor had it that anyone who visited the manor returned as a completely different person. They were shy, withdrawn, anxious. Some lost the ability to speak. Cael knew it was a bunch of bull-crap spewed from the lips of a senile old man, but it caught his interest. If these rumors were true, he would be able to enjoy an interesting night.

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ACCEPTING YOUR MISTAKES

The Best Rebound.

I can’t tell you how many times we make mistakes in a day. Our consciousness slips, only for the fragment of a second. And so does a glass, twirling end over end, and then crashing on the floor. The harsh reality is that our mistakes will have consequences and sometimes serious repercussions. But the only way for us to move on, is by accepting blunders. We slip-up but that’s human nature. The question remains, Can I rebound from this failure?

As Chef Ramsay asks with a powerful glare, “Can you bounce back?”

If you can’t bounce back, you will fail.

So think.

Think hard.

Will I be able to forgive myself and move on? Or will I live a life of regret with little progression?

Deep down we want the best for ourselves. Deep down we want to overcome our shortcomings. And we can only do that by seriously examining ourselves. We must think of the future and what these slip-ups will be worth in the end. Maybe it is for the best. That job interview you didn’t pass may not have been the right one for you. Use the lessons learned from mistakes to set yourself on the right path. Try to overcome you greatest fears and focus on the positive.

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