3 Things you need to get through the School Year!

Most kids and many adults are getting back into school mode as the official summer winds to an end; for many humans and some werewolves the school year will be as normal as they come. You will get up, go to class, get through the day without one roadblock in your way…some of you will without a doubt have the inner strength to drive yourself towards your dream and goals without any help at all.

However, many of us will continue to struggle with different issues. Some might be made fun of because of their “affliction” or (curse) while others might feel as if they are the outcast of their friends or the group they will be attached to for the remainder of the year… and possibly longer. Your classmates are the ones you will see possibly more than anybody for the rest of the year!

For those of you who might have trouble getting through the year or those of you who are not necessarily looking forward to the new year there are some back to school tips that will help you…

3 Things you need to get through the School Year!back to school tips

1. Courage
You need courage. Not only courage to talk to new people or courage to make new friends; courage to speak up in class or courage to stand up for yourself. But also courage to develop new ideas and become a unique mind! Have the courage!

2.  Confidence
Find confidence. It can be difficult to be confident – new school year, new classes, new people can all wear on your spirit. Combine this with the “secret” you may carry with you which makes you different and it can be a cocktail which destroys your self assurance. Remember, being different is special and good.  Believe this and find the confidence to face new situations and people!

3. Love

It’s important not only to love, but to open yourself up to love and let others love you. The signals – verbal and nonverbal – you give off to others will let them know if they want to get to know you more. A simple smile to someone you like goes a long way in letting them know that you are open to talking to them and getting to know them. This is the first step to having someone love you. And don’t think that just because you have a secret you can’t or aren’t worthy of love…you just need to open yourself up to receiving love and you’ll find it comes at you from unexpected corners.



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7 Responses

  1. lonewolf123 says:

    Ummmm…. interesting?

  2. trenton says:

    this will b very helpful the curse and secret parts will be especially helpfull

  3. lonewolf123 says:

    Umm… theres no curse, im sure. and youre a little bit freaky?

  4. lonewolf123 says:

    P.S. sorry i didnt respond earlier, i had taken a benadryl, so i passed out in my bed while watchinng movie.

  5. mavrick Z says:

    thx for ur tips this gift can be fun but tiresome my grandparents are a little over holy on some issues she says lycans are evil so shes calling me evil and doesnt even no and i think my family might throw me out of the house and not luv me anymore that and im an omega wolf so im a loner and i have no pack so thx

    • Clevr says:

      You can’t be a omega *and* a lone wolf. Omega means you’re in a pack. Lone wolf means you are not in a pack.

  6. Lupe says:

    The term “omega” has been thrown around often as a sign of super low social hierarchy, so it’s possible they meant “outcast,” or a similar synonym.

    To further @Clevr’s point, omegas are typically a cornerstone in a pack structure. According to research on wolf packs in Yellowstone, wolves in a pack often “pick on,” or “bully” the so called “omega”, but that’s to maintain peace in the pack so they don’t fight each other.

    It’s important to note that, while omegas are picked on, the pack feels just as much emotion over the loss of the wolf as they would’ve any other pack member. This means omegas are truly loved in a pack.

    I’d definitely review Mavrick further if their message wasn’t in 2011.

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