59. I SHALL UNDERPERFORM BECAUSE MY PARENTS ARE DIVORCED - Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - Jack Lookman #forabettertomorrow


For any family going through a divorce, it may be an extremely taxing and difficult time; but for teenagers involved in the process, it can be particularly difficult. It’s normal to experience overwhelming feelings of sadness or even anger around your parents’ choice to divorce. You can be concerned about how it will affect your future, your family’s dynamics, and your life in general. It’s crucial to keep in mind that, even if your parents’ divorce may have been a big life event, it does not define who you are or your chances of success and happiness in uncertain times.

One widespread myth is that children of divorce are doomed to suffer or perform poorly in school and in their personal lives. But nothing could be further from the reality than this. Your value as a unique person is not determined by your family structure or situation. Regardless of your parents’ marital status, you are a wonderful person who deserves to be loved, respected, and given the chance to succeed.

Divorce presents obstacles that must be overcome, and these things include courage, resilience, and self-belief. It’s critical to look for assistance and direction when facing challenges. Asking for assistance, whether from a therapist, counselor, family member, or trusted friend, can provide you the coping mechanisms and emotional support you need to go through the difficult times following your parents’ divorce, and come out stronger on the other side.

It’s crucial to concentrate on the things under your control. You have some control over how you react-to, and deal with the consequences of your parents’ divorce, even though you may not be able to alter their relationship or the circumstances surrounding it. Notwithstanding any obstacles you may encounter, keep your attention on your mindset, actions, and objectives as you strive to build a bright future for yourself.

And bear in mind that adversity could make or break you, I hope that you’d choose the former.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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