🔹️ Have confidence to be yourself.
🔹️ Don’t let people’s judgement define who you are.
🔹️ Follow Your Dreams.
🔹️ Surround Yourself With Positivity.
🔹️ Remove All Negative People From Your Life.
🔹️ Trust Your Intuition.
🔹️ You Can Achieve Anything When You Put Your Mind To It.
🔹️ You Are Not Perfect. That’s Okay; No One Is Perfect. Perfection Doesn’t Exist In This World.
🔹️ It’s Alright To Make Mistakes.
🔹️ We Learn From Our Mistakes.
🔹️ There Will Always Be Someone Smarter Than You; That’s Okay!
🔹️ Valuable Friendships Last Forever.
🔹️ Be Happy In Life.
🔹️ Don’t Let Your Disabilities/Chronic Illnesses Define Who You Are.
🔹️Always Believe In Your Abilities.
🔹️ Spread Kindness Everywhere You Go.
🔹️ There will be people who will not like you for no reason. Accept It and Move on.
🔹️ Never Loose Hope.
🔹️ Be Proud of Who You Are.
🔹️ You Can Do Anything If You Put Your Mind To It.
🔹️ Don’t Be Afraid to Speak Up and Spread Awareness.
🔹️ Your Mental Health Should Be Your #1 Priority!
🔹️ Smile Often.
There are so many advices I wished I learned when I was younger. It could of changed my mindset now that I’m an adult. Thinking back, I was never surrounded with positive influences, therefore, I had to learn all these lessons the hard way. By living through the experiences instead of getting the heads up, I was fortunate to accept my flaws naturally and see the world in two separate ways. The world is filled with able-bodied and people with disabilities. I would get the most common question from judgemental individuals: Which world do I belong in? They asked me that because I’m diagnosed with right hemiplegia cerebral palsy since birth. In short term: my left side is perfectly normal while my right side is not. My answer to them is simply: I belong in both worlds.
All the advices I written above made me realise that I had no voice back then. Now that I know I can be in both societies, I am able to spread these advices to the next generation and hope they won’t make the same mistakes that I did. I’m hoping for a change in people’s behaviour and also to watch if the next generation will be accepting and be kind to others.