A Love Letter to Our Younger Selves

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8 Responses

  1. D'Ana Joi says:

    Beautifully written. The part titled “You have another chance at this” really resonates with me. I think that’s something we can remind ourselves daily. Thank you for sharing. xo


  2. KA says:

    I loved this. I often look at my younger self like Mil, what in the world were you doing?! I also realize that I sometimes didn’t know any better and other times I just didn’t even care. I think one of the most impactful lessons I learned was to love myself as much as I love others and If I had one lesson to share with myself or anyone younger would be that it always gets better and dark times don’t last forever.

  3. Tisha says:

    👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽this post is gold- will definitely be sharing!
    We are always so focussed to trying to/avoiding forgiving others that sometimes we forget how to forgive ourselves! When I started doing this it became so much easier to understand and appreciate why certain people had treated me a certain way in the past. Wise words- beautifully written!

  4. Liz says:

    I love this! There are many things that I have regretted but there were also good things that came about as a result. Sometimes, you just have to be grateful and move on.

  5. Shauna says:

    I would tell myself that for alot of the things I would stress about doesn’t matter today. Things work themselves out and enjoy just being a “kid”

  6. Nikki says:

    I used to regret past decisions. That was until I realized that the decision I made created the person I am today and taught me so many valuable lessons. I love the woman I’ve grown to be so I’m ok with the bad decisions. The best thing it taught me was that I’m more than capable of making a mistake and handling it properly.

  7. Adunni says:

    I just turned 25 so I’ve been reflecting a lot on the different stages of my life so far. Before when I was reflecting I would always feel so stupid for my past mistakes & decisions. But lately I’ve realized that I couldn’t have the insight I did then as I do know. A lot of the decisions I made, made sense to me then, in the moment. Growth is such a beautiful thing.

  8. I’ve regretted many decisions from my youth. But it always makes sense when a situation arises and I can use what I learned from that bad decision to move forward. As horrible as life may seem sometimes, it really does shape our future.