Life After Graduation
Are You Taking Time to Cherish Memories?
If you do not take time to think about past memories, they can become fuzzy and sometimes forgotten altogether. Here are guidelines to help you remember important memories:
Three favorite memories. Pinpoint the three favorite memories you have of school years. There will be tough times ahead, but remembering these types of things can give a boost when spirits are low.
One humbling moment. There are times when you succeed and others hold you in high esteem. Remember a moment that helps keep you grounded.
Three important people. It is vital to acknowledge those who touched your life. You can save yourself a lot of pain by watching and learning from others.
One infamous person. There are also people from whom you learn what not to do. Learning from the mistakes of others can save you much time and pain.
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