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7 out of 10 people you tell your problems to will hand you a truckload of unsolicited advice. Don't look for a citation for this fact, cuz yours truly just made that figure up. But it's true, isn't it?
We get bombarded with so many life hacks that our brains tend to switch off immediately upon sensing the meta-ness of it. But while doing so, we miss out on the real, important stuff.
Look no further, because writer Neil Jed Castro – whose debut book is coming out this September – has a Twitter thread full of life advice you really need to hear.
Quitting should never be an option
Forced relations or emotions never last
Hating is a waste of time and energy
If you can't love yourself, how can you expect anyone to love you?
Do not conform to pseudo norms set by a biased society
Because when something lasts forever, the value of it is cent per cent true
Everyone is fighting their own demons and yours will not necessarily be the same
Fall in love with perfections and imperfections
This applies to every kind of relationship, not just romantic ones
Aren't these what you really needed to hear? No one said advice has to be profound, it should be just practical and feasible.