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I am learning this, when I multi-task it seems I make more mistakes in my homework. So I am trying to work on one thing at a time. Maybe my mom was right and my friends are wrong because people who think they are great multitaskers really arent good as they think.
by fashionqn on 2/6/2013 6:00:33 PM
@angelst.me, 1st off, write down encouaging words(such as I'm talented, There's always tomorrow ect.) on a piece of paper and stick them places you see often. Next, try getting a shampoo and/ or conditioner that works better for you/ your hair and makes it not so dead. As for your hair length, it will grow out. Don't worry! As for your skin, get a face wash and/or makeup that works for your skin and makes you feel like the beautiful girl that you are. Something else that you could do is to talk to a friend and of she's a true blue friend, she'll give you words of encouragement that are true and specific to you. If those words are from someone close, they'll mean more. Good luck and remember that you are beautiful!
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