Looking through my rather small (hopefully soon to be improved) book collection and find a load of classics that my nan gave me in 2003 (she has addressed it to me on the inside cover) so i am now getting off my laptop, so i can go read ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’
Sounds like an excellent book :)
Goal for the end of the week:
Order a DC hat
Skate like a mu’fucka (learn 180 kickflips)
GET HAIRCUT (IMPORTANT)
Just wish i could have some sort of a summer romance or something :/ Something fun and not too serious to just enjoy the summer with
Imo, at this age, love very rarely exists, its merely infatuation or lust. To those who feel as though they are ‘in love’ it may seem as though they do indeed love their partner and never want to leave them
I don’t really know though, I could write for ages about the word ‘love’ but really, nowadays its just a word. It doesnt really mean much. Its useless unless you can prove yourself and your so called ‘love’ by devoting absolutely everything to that person and make them realise that you really do love them.
Even so, you can be turned away. Thus, you move onto somebody else and then you are ‘in love’ with them. A couple of months later and the cycle starts again. Over and over until you really do find the one that you are going to be with forever.
When you are in a relationship, even at this age, it means the world to you and everything seems to revolve around that person and their happiness but in the end, its probably not even slightly significant in the series of events that leads up to meeting your so called ‘soul mate.’
Of course, teenage relationships are important because they shape who you become in the future and often alter your perception of women in general. Some relationships pull people out of depression or stop people from doing drugs.
BUT. And that’s a big BUT…
You shouldn’t let them become everything. Yes, enjoy yourself and fall in love, have romances and be happy, but don’t let them overwhelm your life. People get depressed and angry and completely change as a person just because a teenage romance has ended, when, in the end, it won’t be important at all, at least not enough to beat yourself up about.
Relationships are good. Fantastic actually, they make you feel amazing and a good one just makes you feel ecstatic all the time, every day.
But, at this age, they are not everything. Your world should not revolve around love or finding love at this stage of life. At the moment, we should all be trying to have fun and just enjoy our time as teenagers. NOT trying to grow up as fast as possible and fall in love.
There’ll be plenty of time for that in the future ;D
So, I aim to have so much fun this summer that I want to explode with joy at the end of it.
But, this is just the rantings of a single and teenage lad. If you refuse to believe what I just written…. Then consider yourself in love. Congratulations and good luck with all the happiness and sadness that your current ‘love’ will bring. But always remember, partners at this age are, for the most part, temporary. Your true friends will ALWAYS be there for you. Do not. EVER. Ditch your friends for a girl/boy because when they’re gone, you’re going to want the comfort of your friends and expect them to be there for you. So don’t ditch them in the first place. It is possible to keep all of your friends and have a fantastic relationship you know…. Just throwing that out there. It IS possible.
Know who your friends are and always make sure that they know how much they mean to you. Don’t lose friends over a guy/girl and don’t think that a relationship at this age is permanent.
That’s all for now…..