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The Biggest Lessons I’ve Learned That No One Teaches

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As a student, I’ve faced many challenges that have helped me grow and learn valuable lessons about life. While some of these lessons were taught in school, many were not.

Today, I’ll share the 12 biggest lessons I’ve learned that no one teaches, and how they’ve helped me navigate life’s ups and downs.

1. Arguing with a Fool Proves There Are Two

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I used to believe that engaging in arguments with people who didn’t share my values or opinions was necessary to prove my point. However, I soon realized that arguing with a fool only leads to frustration and wasted energy.

Instead, I’ve learned to focus on productive conversations with people who share similar values and beliefs, and avoid engaging in arguments with those who don’t.

2. The Easiest Way to Wait for Something Is to Forget It Exists

Waiting for something can be frustrating and often leads to wasted time and energy. However, forgetting about it can help you focus on other aspects of your life and allow what you’re waiting for to come to you naturally.

This lesson has taught me to trust the process, focus on the present moment, and set achievable goals.

3. Leave, When a Promise Turns into a Sorry

Broken promises can be hurtful and damaging to relationships. I’ve learned to set clear expectations in relationships, communicate openly and honestly, and hold people accountable for their promises.

This lesson has helped me build healthier and more fulfilling relationships.

4. The Worst Type of Loneliness Is the Loneliness You Feel When You Are with People

Feeling lonely can be isolating and challenging, especially when surrounded by people. To overcome this habit, I’ve learned to prioritize meaningful relationships with people who share my values and interests, engage in activities that bring me joy, and seek help from a therapist or counselor if needed.

5. There Are No Rules of Attraction When It Comes to Meeting Your Match

Attraction can be unpredictable and subjective. I’ve learned to focus on building meaningful relationships with people based on shared values, interests, and goals, and be open to new experiences and perspectives.

6. You Don’t Need to Compromise on Your Standard, the Right Person Will Come to You

Compromising on our values and needs can lead to unfulfilling relationships. I’ve learned to stay true to my values and needs, and trust that the right person will come into my life when the time is right.

7. The Best Way to Find Yourself Is to Lose Yourself in the Service of Others

Serving others can be a powerful way to find purpose, meaning, and personal growth. I’ve sought out opportunities to serve my community, volunteer, and engage in acts of kindness towards others, which has helped me find fulfillment and purpose in my life.

8. A Toxic Person Only Changes Their Victims, Never Themselves

Toxic people can be draining and damaging to our mental health and wellbeing. I’ve learned to set boundaries, prioritize my own needs and wellbeing, and seek help from a therapist or counselor if needed.

9. A Conversation About How You Feel Is Not Supposed to End in an Argument

Communicating our feelings in relationships can be challenging, but it’s essential for building healthy relationships. I’ve learned to practice active listening, communicate my feelings in a non-confrontational manner, and seek to understand the other person’s perspective.

10. Someone’s Effort Is a Reflection of Their Interest in You

Relationships require effort and commitment from both parties. I’ve learned to prioritize relationships with people who show consistent effort and commitment and avoid investing in relationships with people who don’t reciprocate my efforts.

11. You Can Be the Whole Package at the Wrong Address

Being successful and accomplished doesn’t guarantee happiness or fulfillment. I’ve learned to focus on building a life that aligns with my values and brings me joy, and be open to new experiences and opportunities.

12. Facts Over Feelings. Don’t Let Your Emotions Play with Your Intelligence

Emotions can be powerful, but they aren’t always reliable indicators of truth or reality. I’ve learned to prioritize objective facts and evidence, practice critical thinking, and seek out diverse perspectives and opinions.

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So, what have you learned?

In the end, these 12 lessons have taught me valuable insights into life that no one teaches in school. By embracing personal growth, we can unlock our full potential and create a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Remember to take actionable steps towards overcoming these habits, and seek help and support if needed.

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