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Have you ever uttered the words "I told you so!" I'm sure it felt good to be right. If you are like me, you may have felt a little satisfaction in reminding someone that they should have listened to you. I know there is a sense of being obnoxious, but it is a natural feeling. As you get older and wiser, you tend to realize many things. Very often, you tend to realize things too late. As much as you would love to say "I told you so," you would hate to say it to yourself. However, if you just thought of things earlier in your life, things may have been better. If you had a chance to talk to yourself from 20 or 30 years ago, what would you say? Here are some of the best things to tell your younger self.
Our parents are the people we always look up to. They are our rock growing up. A symbol of strength and consistency that we run to for anything. We have this lasting image of them as our heroes. This is what makes aging so difficult for us to accept. We can not accept the fact that our parents are no longer the reliable people we know. As with anything in this world, they weaken and grow old as time passes. Accepting the fact that they need additional help later in life may be difficult, but essential. Here are the signs you need to look for that may mean they need long-term care.
We've all had dreams of becoming a professional athlete. Who wouldn't want to be the hero of their favorite sports team? Whether it is scoring the winning shot or running that last yard, the glory of winning a championship seems so majestic. Chants of "MVP" echo through the rafters and all the hard work you put in is paid off. However, this is just one part of the reality.
Outside of the hard work, determination, and hardships athletes do to keep their craft; injuries are a significant risk. It can wipe a career away in seconds. It is common for athletes to sustain injuries. I do not think there is an athlete who has not been injured or endured some long-term effects due to their craft. Here are some examples.
Stress is a real problem. As life gets busier and more difficult, stress exponentially increases. It can hinder your ability, weigh you down, and even cause medical conditions. It is a real problem that we should deal with. Stress in our life is unavoidable. The key here is how we can manage it. Managing stress is our best bet battling it. It ensures it does not get the better of us. It is easier said than done, but here are some ways you can fight your everyday stress.