We get it – sometimes, socializing can be a terrifying thing, particularly when you’re not the most extroverted person. However, socializing is a necessary activity we all must participate in and how well you socialize with the people around you can affect your relationships with them.

We often dive into projects, activities and commitments that take time to come to fruition, or smaller projects that lead to another then another and another. So sometimes, we burn ourselves out, get bored with what we’re doing, or lose interest in it all. Sometimes, this feels like you’re stuck in a non-moving traffic jam. When you find yourself seeking motivation, remember:

It can be a dreadful feeling: you’ve just made a huge blunder at work, at home, or in your relationships and now you have no idea how to bounce back. You might sink in your chair and lose confidence in the future; you might give yourself a set amount of time to be able to remedy the situation.

"A couple of months ago, I was in a stage that I know most of you, especially girls, can relate to. It was a stage of insecurity and perplexity. I was having a hard time to understand what to do with my life." - Carmela Tunay

Oftentimes, the wisest people find themselves dumbfounded on what to do when a friend is going through something. Don’t fret! You’re already their friend, so you’re a source of comfort in their eyes. Here are a couple of things to note when a friend is in need:


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Mary Claudette Balangitan, 22

DLSHSI College of Medicine

I was that shy kid back in high school. I was a total wallflower. I didn’t know how to handle the challenges at home, school, social groups, and my own personal life so it reflected on me. After graduating from high school, I did what I can to improve and I’ve been wanting to break free from whatever that was blocking me mentally. So, I discovered this and it helped me realize that self-awareness and balance is the key to a happier life.

Jayzely Eroko Lacnit, 16

OB Montessori Center Inc., Grade 11 Personality Development Level III

John Robert Powers made me realize a lot of things. I realized that I always had the potential to do many things that I thought I couldn’t. “Self-confidence comes from within,” I was told. The only thing that’s stopping me from doing things is because I always told myself that I couldn’t. I learned that looking good and presentable on the outside will help me look and feel confident, which is true. People will look up to me and think I’m confident and intelligent. My point is, as long as you believe in yourself, you can do wonders. I’d like to thank JRP for making me realize that.


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