Your family will always be a part of you. They will always be related to you no matter what happens. More than likely they know you better than anyone else and have known you longer than anyone else. However, I am not a big believer in ‘family is forever.’ I feel that it is sometimes used as an excuse for people to act poorly and expect automatic, unconditional forgiveness.
I am not sure “family is forever” really affects your career. It could affect one’s personal life by reminding people to act kindly to their family. It could also help people be more sympathetic to the issues their family members are facing.
This article and responses are RichardStep visitor submissions and are about as raw and down-to-Earth as we can get, folks. Keep this in mind as there are varying opinions, ages, and stations in life represented. In the end, there are always some good hints, tips, and advice nuggets to grab from it all.
Family is Forever
- Enjoy life to the fullest. Never try not do something simply because you think you cannot do it. Never hurt your parents. Keep your circle of family and friends alive
- I would say that never outlook the sayings of your parents and make good persons your friend who shows you your true self not someone who’s manipulative and also to be positive all the time.
- Make sure they work hard at their goals and there would be no problems for you and your family and they could accomplish any dream they approach.
- Live your life when you r young. work hard and achieve lot of what u want. after marriage n kids one can’t do anything they want
- Listen to your parents and don’t wave them off even if 90% of what they say is lame to you. They love you and they want what’s best for you more than anyone else.
- The advice I would give is just be yourself. Always chase your dreams and do what you want to do in life, don’t worry about what anyone else thinks of your dreams. Even if they are your parents, don’t let them stop you from your destination…
- Be a good person, treat others with respect. love all and serve all, help wherever and whenever you can. have no regrets and be a person you and family can be proud of.
- I would tell them study hard, pick a good career and work very hard to get there. It is going to be a hard life financially for our children, so if they can get a good job to support themselves , wife and family. you need to pick a career in an area that you love, so you enjoy going to work every day. Just be happy and enjoy your life.
- I’m a hard worker and feel that I’ve accomplished a lot in life so far. But if I had to do it all over again, I’d focus on my family and friendships as much as I cared for my work and academics. Cherish your loved ones – they’re one of the most valuable aspects of life.
- Love your family, do things that you love to do and success will follow you…..the most precious thing is love
- Be kind to your family. They are truly all you have. Be sure to have many friends for they will help you through rough times. And most importantly, there is a soul mate for you go find them.
- Don’t hang around with people that do bad they will mess up your future listen to yourself and be successful in life be proud of what you’ve become and make your parents proud.
- Love your family as they will be with you in the good and bad times.
- Be respectfully and respect will come back to you never give up in anything you do. Look after your family
- “leave the world better for your children than it was left for you” by this i mean provide for your child more than you had as a child. when i was a child, my family was very poor, i plan to make sure my child doesn’t have to go through what i went through. i am going to leave this world knowing my child has a better starting point than i did growing up, so they will go farther than i did.
- To stand up for what you believe in and find out what your strengths and weaknesses are so you can be your best at everything in life from family to friends to career path.
- Do want you always wanted to do! love your family, treasure your relationship.
- Enjoy life and nothing is serious if you have health and family
- As I lay on my deathbed I’d probably advise this young adult to always, always think before s/he acts and by this I mean, think of the possible consequences of his/her actions on him, his family and to others who may be involved, directly or indirectly. This is because young people are generally impulsive and don’t always realize how grave the consequences of their actions are.
- Not to argue with your parents because what they say it’s for the best of us
- Never stop dreaming. It’s never too late. Spend time with your family, they are more important than anything in the world.
- Don’t worry about how clean your house is, or how much clean laundry you have to fold, spend more time just being with your kids. talking, reading with/to, playing with, going for walks, etc. There is always time for cleaning, but the time you have with your children/grandchildren when they are young is time you can never get back or make up for.
- Be willing to take advise from others even if you believe that your answer is the best path for you. Keep an open mind and give time to family and loved ones every chance you have.
- Don’t spend too much time with your career. Family is more important.
- Live life to the fullest, Look at life as the glass half full. No regrets and enjoy every memory and cherish life, friends and family. Create memories and do what you love to do, not what is going to make you the most money.
- Find a good job and work hard when they can.be respectful with other people.be good person with family and friend . don’t lie to anybody just be truth full
- Explore the world as much as you can. Interact with your family and friends, and meet new people. Discover what you like and do not like, and foster what you like and incorporate that in everything that you do.
- “Live your life how you want to.” It’s your life, live it how you want. Do what is going to make you happy. “Family is forever.” No matter what family is everything to a person, never lose sight of that. “Forgive and set yourself free.” Don’t hold grudges, just let it go. Forgiveness isn’t for the other person, it’s for you.
- Make sure the ones you love know it every day. Live life to its fullest, enjoy every moment and don’t take it for granted. Show your friends and family by example the person you want to be. These things are very important to me and I have learned over time what my elders have been trying to tell me.
- Live a little and don’t sacrifice your family for a job. You may not be able to enjoy your family if you work all the time.
- Do what your parents tell you. They always advise you on what would be the best for you. No one else can.
- What I would tell the people that to don’t do don’t do drugs to be a better person and don’t make wrong decisions cause then they will realize it too late, to be nice whit their parents, to don’t to mean to them and help them when they don’t ask you for it cause their them sometimes they will buy some stuff without you saying a thank you from yourself
- Love your family and make the most of the time you have with them.
- Have a think about what really matters to you, and what things in your life are not adding to that at all (i.e. you are only doing them because you think you should, or others think you should). It’s so easy in today’s day and age to just keep going in whatever direction you get caught up in and forget what really matters to you – spending quality time with your friends and family, resting and relaxing properly so you can be your best at work, in your relationship etc.
- Don’t have kids. The CPS will take them away from you.
- This world is a jungle and the law remains the same “survival of the fittest” Your parents are your only true well-wishers and no one else.
- Listen to your parents and always strive to be a good individual
- Start a family young and educate your child well, so as to create a better tomorrow.
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