What was your mom right about?
What did you judge your mom for, when you were younger? Was she right, in the end?
She was right about the fact that one can achieve anything one wants to if was has the passion to do it.
my mom was right when she didn't let me walk to school alone when I was a little girl, I know now how crazy the world is now and how many missing children there are.
"Life is not fair!"
She used to tell me this as a child when I complained about being unfairly treated in some scenario at school or wherever. It used to make me so angry that my eyes would well up with tears.
It wasn't until I got older and stopped always expecting fairness that I got to a point where I did not let disappointments paralyze me.
to choose friends in adolescence is extremely important. They always give me advice on this and always was right
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