have confidence in yourself, dress up which suits you.talk with your friends on different different subjects.when alone talk to yourself and to god.
I hope it will work for you.
Grow in knowledge.The right knowledge can solve any problem.
You grow as you know,and show as you go.
I speak from experience.You need an intellect filled with God's
wisdom,which will lead you around what others have to go through and suffer.Divine knowledge(which i teach)separates
common and uncommon understanding of world education.
Thinks for being a follower.I am sure that you will not be
disapointed in your decision.
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