Sunday Poser # 115

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

What is one advice you wished you can give your younger self?

It all depends on what stage of life my younger self is in. In her childhood days, I’d tell her not to be too concerned with what others thought of her. People are usually too involved with their own lives to give much thought to others around them.

To my teenage self, I’d advise her to not react to her emotions too much. She needs to be more pragmatic and look at life more practically.

To myself as a young mom, I’d tell her to stop fretting about being a perfect mother and to concentrate on being a more understanding and loving mom. Though I think that the kids would still have complaints regarding her style of parenting!

What would you advise your younger self and at what stage of life would you do it?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.



85 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 115

  1. I like that you separate your responses into stages. I think I would tell all of my stages about fear – that it can make you feel afraid, but that’s it. It can’t hurt you in any way. So, be fierce. Stand up for yourself.

    I’d tell my teenage self to save money. Most of it. Money is better than most of the stuff one wastes it on, and I’ve wasted much over the years.

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  2. Excellent advice you would have given your younger self at all stages! My own advice to my younger self would have been … slow down … and use the brain for something more than just keeping the skull in shape!

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