14 November 2016 | Post A Comment
An old teacher taught me to keep going and to focus on the improvements, no matter how small they are.
My councillor taught me I'm braver and more insightful than I think I am.
My Dad has taught me that regardless of what I do I will remain loved. He has taught me to take pride in all that I do.
My Mum has taught me to put other's before my self and to always be kind.
A friend taught me that anything is possible, you have the power to make things happen. She's taught me to live in the moment, to be free-spirited and to care less about how others might judge me.
My boyfriend has taught me how to accept compliments, how to love and be loved and how to smile again.
My sister has taught me to believe in myself and to have the strength to forgive.
A little boy taught me that I am able- "You can do it Beth, you're really good at driving, you're just even better at getting lost a lot".
A friend taught me to be excited by life.
My best friend has taught me how to be confident.
My Grandma has taught me to be strong and humble.
Someone I met at a beer festival taught me to think about my motive before I speak.
My favourite little girl taught me that I can do anything I set my mind to and sometimes I shouldn't cry because I might make her wet.
My old dog taught me to be loyal to those who show you kindness.
A stranger taught me to not make assumptions, you never know the whole story.
My violin teacher has taught me that striving for perfection is unhealthy and unattainable. That talent is not everything, hard work is more important. He's taught me to spend as much time as possible doing what you love (and how to bow straight...).
Thank you to everyone in this post who has taught me so much and the many other people I didn't include. I want you to tell me in the comments, on Facebook. or by emailing me at email@example.com some lessons that people have taught you in your life that have really made a difference.