Which words of wisdom would you say to your seventeen year old self? If only you could've known then what you know now! Take these 10 questions and find out which four words you would've told your teenage self!
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In high school, you would've been voted....
Most likely to succeed
Most likely to blend in
Most likely to write a best selling novel
When you were a teenager, you had a tendency to be quite _________ in new social situations.
What kind of grades did you earn in high school?
Social causes were very _______ to you as a teenager.
How big of a role has religion played in your life?
A huge role
A very minor role
An occasional role
It wasn't in my life at all
I feel as if I suffered _______ as a teenager than most.
I rolled with a ________ group of friends in high school.
You've always viewed life as being a __________.
As a teenager I felt as if my parents ________ me.
After school my favorite activity was_________.
Hanging out with friends
Doing my homework
Spending time with my parents
Hanging out in my room alone
The four words you would say to your seventeen year old self are, "life will go on." As a teenager, it can often feel as if a terse situation is the end of the world. From bad breakups to fights with the folks, seventeen year olds always need to be reminded that life will go on, even if it doesn't feel like as if it will.
Life Will Go On
The four words you would've told your seventeen year old are "It will get better." You had some tough teenage years. As a quirky kid, you were often the victim of teasing and bullying. At times it was difficult for teenage you to remember that high school isn't forever and that life will get better in time.
It Will Get Better
The four words you would've told your teenage self are "you are good enough." Teenage you was a little awkward and a little unconfident. You often struggled to feel as if you belonged with your fellow classmates. Sometimes everyone needs to be reminded that they are good enough, even you!
You Are Good Enough
The four words you would've told your teenage self are "don't change a thing." While others labeled you as quirky and weird, you saw yourself as a true individual. Every teenager needs reminding that they are perfect as they are. Teenage you needed that reminder as well!
Don't Change A Thing
The four words you would've told your seventeen year old self are "the world is waiting." As a teenager, you often left fears and insecurities rule your world. You didn't take the chances you wish you'd taken and definitely didn't play with your upper limits. Your teenage self needed to hear that the world is waiting and adventure is just around the bend!
The World Is Waiting