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The future is uncertain for everyone. When you are a teenager, this is especially true. One common quality of adolescence is self-doubt. Like any emotion, it is important to accept your feelings of self-doubt. Do not try to dismiss the feeling. Instead, get curious.

As you are ending the year 2022 and approaching the new year 2023, perhaps you could start;

  • Thinking about what you enjoy doing and what you are good at. These things are your strengths and talents.

  • Next, start exploring careers that utilize these things.

  • Also, consider the type of activity or business you could start where you are doing what you love.

Making a bunch of new year's resolutions and abandoning them would only create more worries and a lack of trust in yourself. Which is a well-being issue. But as you start planning your life path, your feelings of concern will be replaced with excitement creating the right state of mind to take massive action.

There's nothing to be anxious about. Say goodbye to 2022, and openly welcome and embrace the New Year of 2023!

You ARE the future.

Happy Holidays from Mind Emotional Nurturing!

Negative Self-Image

Having a negative self-image is becoming increasingly common among teenagers. One of the major reasons for this is social media. Teenagers are susceptible to self-doubt because they judge themselves against what they see on the internet.

If you have a negative self-image, this is a well-being issue. You must stop judging yourself and comparing yourself to others. Instead, learn to be GREAT;

  • Give compassionately toward yourself.

  • Relate non-judgementally and become your best friend.

Think about it, how would you care for someone you cared about?

Instead of comparing yourself to others, focus on what is great or lovable about you. Everyone is special in their way. You can stay curious and find out what is special about you.

Online Addiction - Am I addicted to online?

The answer to this question requires you to be mindful and open-minded. We live in a digitized world where the internet is vital for obtaining information. Could you ask yourself what your intentions are for going online? Are you going online to get information that will improve your life, or are you spending too much time online to avoid thoughts or emotions you do not want to deal with?

A youth spending too much time online doing the latter is laying a foundation for a serious well-being issue. You may want to find ways to address those thoughts and feelings rather than avoidance.

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