Diana’s 11 commandments for surving the coming into adulthood.

1. Stay in school

2. Get a job if you don’t already have one

3. Learn how to do your own laundry

4. Learn to be grateful

5. Love your family and friends

6. Prioritize

7. Spoil yourself sometimes

8. Learn to sit back and let life take it’s course

9. Do what you want

10. If you have no regrets it means you’re not living.

11. The golden commandment: Fall in love at least once; it will build character.

 

2 thoughts on “Diana’s 11 commandments for surving the coming into adulthood.

  1. Learn to do your own laundry speaks volumes. Once you master something that provides self-sufficiency you will be more apt to do another thing for yourself. For our clients, when we design a treatment plan with them we put long term goals (To be self-sufficient) but we work on short term goals/baby steps (Learn how to sort clothes; learn what to buy to do laundry; learn how water temperatures vary as well as different cycles; know how to use washing and drying machines properly). In this way the client has a detailed plan. Each has the potential to be a success if the short goal is doable. From this comes a sense of well-being about their potential. Thanks for your simple, yet profound commandment for life!

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