Look for 

​Be very wary of listening too much to people who regret the choices that they made in life and are willing to inflict their distress or anger at this regret upon others (especially upon the next generation). Such people won’t enlighten you as to the path of acting on your self-worth but will try to either live out what they didn’t get through you or even expect you to have the same rotten experiences they had by giving poor information, incorrect details, or simply omitting to inform you at all. People with healthy self-worth will share their insights and learning with you, and will be willing to guide you around life’s many traps. Look for those people to mentor you rather than being misguided by the unhappy people.

Zaira Khan 


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