First dates can feel intimidating because you’re presenting yourself to someone you like. Some feel pressured to impress their date and make a good impression. You want to make it special, memorable, and different. One thing to keep in mind though – going on a date should be fun. Prepare for your date, but on the day itself, just loosen up and enjoy each other’s company.Don’t sweat too much about the price tag. Instead, go for places and activities that offer a rich experience you can share together and that will let your personality shine through.
Every love starts with a promise. Regardless of how it ends, the love that you share with someone is beautiful in itself. Even when a relationship doesn’t go the way you hope it would, it’s the things that you learn about yourself that will help become a better person, and better at relationships. Every love fail is a success if you learn from it.
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Student, 18, Ateneo De Manila University – 1st Year College
Three months ago, I walked into JRP, helpless and unsure of myself. I didn’t know whose help to ask. I was a quiet person and I didn’t like mingling with people. I guess, the greatest obstacle I had to overcome was my inability to truly express myself. Two months of John Robert Powers classes, I have come to know myself in a different but good way. I discovered my potential on many things. I guess the greatest help John Robert Powers gave me was guiding me in knowing myself including my strengths and weaknesses. It’s more of loving and believing yourself rather than comparing yourself with others.
Student, 17, Ateneo De Manila University – 1st Year College
When I first came to JRP, I wasn’t as confident as I am now. I learned how to present myself in a much more presentable and pleasing manner. I got to meet interesting people here at John Robert Powers, the facilitators, staff, and of course, my fellow JRP students. I’m grateful for the learnings I have gained. I know I will be able to use all these in the present and help me out in the long run.