What would you tell your younger self?

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With age comes wisdom. With the knowledge gained by years of life experience, what would you tell your younger self?

Submit one photo of your younger self, one photo of your current self and your one-sentence piece of advice to your younger self by email to Beautiful.Minds@dsm.com. We will be creating beautiful images from the advice we receive and will share selected entries on our Facebook page.

We look forward to receiving your words of wisdom!

DETAILS

Submissions:

Email two (2) photos, one recent and one of your younger self and one sentence of advice (10 words maximum) to Beautiful.Minds@dsm.com.

Selected entries will be posted to the Beautiful Minds facebook page as a shareable image (see example below).

By submitting your photos and advice, you agree to grant Beautiful Minds permission to share your image on Facebook and the Beautiful Minds website (www.beautiful-minds.com). By submitting your photos, you warrant that the photos belong to you and you have the right to share it.

Emailed submissions will be accepted until October 10, 2014.

Disclaimer: Beautiful Minds, a program owned by DSM, is not responsible for lost, incomplete or missing submissions. Beautiful Minds reserves the right to reject submissions based on inappropriate images, language and other criteria at the company’s discretion.

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One thought on “What would you tell your younger self?”

  1. Never be afraid to speak your mind…. and be assertive…..Fight for what you really want in your life…..Don’t settle for second best….Never ever let anyone bring you down including your parents.. Sometimes they don’t realize they are damaging you and leaving emotional scars without realizing it by implying you are not smart enough, etc.. or comparing you with siblings, cousins, friends. I love my daughter very much and learned through my experiences to be very careful.,… remember… words can hurt deeply…. and trying to please everyone could have possibly damaged my health…though my self-destructive habits. throughout the years… trying to be perfect so I will be loved. I know my parents love me, but I did not feel loved enough, therefore, till this day, I don’t feel I deserve to be loved… I pray so hard every day to forget this and move one.. It is so difficult to heal the emotional wounds.

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