Teen Positivity With Maria Clark Part II

Hello everyone we recently had the chance to follow up and do another article with Maria Clark. As you may know, Maria is a huge advocate of teen positivity.

At only 18 Maria has so much knowledge when it comes to this specific topic. She is definitely someone you should talk to if you have any particular questions when it comes to this.

She currently has 3.9k followers on Instagram. Make sure you go to her page and go through it like it and share it. 🙂

What are some of the things that you’ve practiced and learned that have made your life more positive?

I’ve learned that if you have a positive outlook on something there will always be a positive outcome. Stop being so negative.

Stop telling yourself it isn’t possible. ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Make the best out of your life!

What are some ways that teens can overcome anxiety and use their pain for good?

Well I struggle with bad anxiety myself and everyone deals with things differently. Talking to someone always helps! A way you can over come anxiety is if you stop worrying about the world and worry about yourself.

What are some tips and advice you can give teens on positive and mental health as a whole? 

Always remember you are loved and that you are strong. Mental health affects many people in different ways. Keeping a positive mindset and attitude is what will keep you motivated. Spread more kindness to as many people as possible. Don’t compare yourself to others. 

BE YOU:)❤️

If you could travel back in time to any age and visit your younger self, what advice would you give yourself?

I would travel back to when I was 8 years old and my dad passed away. I was so young and had no idea how to handle something so tragic. 

Losing someone is one of the hardest things a person could possibly go through. I promise you things always get better.

I never saw light at the end of the dark tunnel until I started doing everything I possibly could to make him proud up in heaven.

I would tell myself not to take life for granted and appreciate every moment with the people I love and you don’t truly lose someone because they will always be with you in spirit.

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