Knowing When To Let Go of A Dream

I became a Dreamer after listening to ‘Super Trouper’ by Abba

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The fact that you’ve had a dream ever since you were little doesn't necessarily mean that the dream is right for you as an adult with a fully formed personality. I say it's best to adjust your dreams and goals to fit the person you have become. And it’s okay to drop some childhood dreams.

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Belinda Mallasasime

Belinda Mallasasime

Psychologist/ Top Writer, Lover of GOD and People. I write mostly on History, Travel, Leadership, and Culture. My religion is Love.

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