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6 Things I Want to Tell My Teenage Self

Not that she’d listen to a word I say.

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The person I was at sixteen feels like a stranger to me. When I see photos of her, I don’t really recognise her anymore. Not only did she have a dreadful fringe and way too much eyeliner, but she was so unhappy and pretending to be someone she wasn’t.

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Fleurine Tideman

Fleurine Tideman

Just another millennial content writer who thinks they have something to say. Mail: info@byfleurine.com | Twitter: @ByFleurine| Blog: Symptomsofliving.com

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