Your thoughts matter is my moto. In order to contact me and share your thoughts, I updated my eBooks and paperback books to show my personal email and my blog address. Therefore, everyone who reads my book is able to contact me to share their thoughts. I want your feedback. I will listen to it; so, share it.
I am sharing a portion from my three books.
Preteens, Trust Your Gut
If you are struggling to understand a subject, you need to put away your fears and ask for help from a school member, such as a teacher, guidance counselor, or a principal.
You must remember to trust your gut instincts. Regardless of your comfort level with an adult, you should never go to an adult’s home alone. Adults should never want to help you at their residents or in a private setting. Adults should want to ensure that you are comfortable in your surroundings when accepting help. You should always meet an adult at a library or school. You should always meet that adult in a public area. Therefore, you should trust your gut. You should be cautious of any adult that asks to meet in private.
Learning From My Mistakes
You should know yourself, know your fiancé, and be comfortable in the relationship at all times.If you find yourself making excuses for his misbehaving, you will be making excuses every day of your marriage to him. You are giving him permission before marriage. Therefore, you are giving him permission after marriage to misbehave.If your fiancé is a flirt before marriage, he will be a flirt after marriage. If your fiancé demands respect but does not give respect, he is an insecure man. If your fiancé hinders you from completing your dreams, he is an insecure man. After marriage or commitment, his insecurity will increase not decrease. Trust your instincts; if you feel something is wrong in the relationship, you are most likely correct.
Life is Hard, Never Give Up
Those of you who are finding life is hard, you have to ask yourself why. Maybe it is because of the people you deal with. Or, is it because you feel alone and have no one to turn to? The truth is that you have someone to turn to; however, your pride is preventing you from contacting that person.
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