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I decided to talk to you all about a more subjective, yet sensitive topic - teenage years. To simply say it - teenage years have always been and will always be a pain in the butt, but once you're over them, you'll be thankful and realize how amazing you've become.

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So let's get started!


As I still am in my teenage years (at least for a couple more months), all I write about is simply my point of view over this subject and how it has built me over the years.


I guess I was able to call myself a teenager when I turned 14 because that's also when I've had my real first kiss. And we all know how first kisses are - sloppy, yet sweet; weird, yet lovely and dreamy. Mine was like that, but it also brought lots of questions because I wasn't an expert and I honestly had no idea what was going on. However, did I end up being with that guy? Thank God, no! He was such a douche and a player that I'm glad I didn't end up going further with that so-called relationship.

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Nevertheless, I am grateful it happened and I am glad I was able to experience my first kiss then. It wasn't meant to be, but it gave me a valuable lesson. Never settle for less than you deserve. That's one of the best lessons I could have ever learned on my own skin. It was harsh to accept that he only wanted to play while I wanted something sweet and serious, but I moved on and I am happy I never had to deal with him again.


They say that teenage years is the time you try all sorts of stuff and you'll settle with only half of them. Well, like many other teenagers in the world, I also tried smoking. Definitely felt wrong, but I kept doing it just because I thought I was cooler and that could include me in other groups with other cool people. And oh, honey, was I wrong!
It made me feel guilty because I didn't tell my parents and I took money from my savings to buy packs of cigars.
Don't get me wrong, if you want to smoke, do it. But that wasn't for me, to be honest. I was only trying to prove something stupid, something that wouldn't have helped me in any way.
Another lesson I learned - Don't try to be someone you're not.
I kept smoking every once in a while but when I turned 15 I completely quit. No matter how aesthetic it would be, it isn't for me.

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What you feel in your teenage years is heightened because of hormones and all that. When I turned 16, I broke up with my first boyfriend ever. Don't get me wrong, the guy was amazing - he was extremely talented (musically) and he always took care of me - but I was still too young to even know what I really wanted. I can say now that he was and will always be my first love because I loved him with all my heart. But somehow, sometimes when I wanted serious talks, he was being too childish and didn't properly understand me. That kind of sucked and it was one of the main reasons I couldn't be with him anymore.
One of the lessons I have learned then was: Always find someone similar to you. You have no idea how important this is. When you're on the same page, everything becomes instantly better because you know what to do, how to act, how to discuss and when to discuss certain topics etc.
One of my teachers told me once: In the end, you marry the one who's like you and who you know will take care of you and love you until the very end. And I believe that.

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I can't even begin to tell you how many people have come and gone. Honestly, these years is when you meet so many persons and so many leave that only a few remain by your side. Those who stay are your closest friends, believe me. People come and go. No one can control that. The most imporant thing is to simply explore, experience and you'll know who deserves you in the end.

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Now, the most important part of this topic.
We all know how stressful it can sometimes be to simply look in the mirror and see every flaw rather than embracing your uniqueness and your perfect imperfections.
I've been there and heaven knows how much I suffered because of it.
I've always been curvier, I could never consider myself slim because of my genetics. I was bullied because of that. Even worse, I ate all my feelings and 'drowned' in food - worst decision ever.
However, things got so much better. You see, I have started taking swimming lessons, an activity I enjoy and helps me relax while I work out (paradox, I know!) and cut sweets for a period of time. I have become so much more confident this year! I can't even compare the me now with the old me. I am happier, I enjoy life more, I laugh a lot, I began loving my body and embrace my flaws. How did I do that? I simply realized that everyone has their flaws, people aren't perfect and they shouldn't be. Plus, when you love yourself you attract positive things and you're simply so much happier.
So... love yourself and f the rest!

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I could go on forever. But I think these things shaped me the most and helped me become the person I am.
Honestly, every teenager goes through something, I know how it feels and I want you all to know that if you wanna talk to someone, I am here for you! And if you need help, do not hesitate to ask!

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