Humans of Utica (#41-80)
"My mom tends to be really happy all the time so I get that from her. I'm very happy with my girlfriend and how life is right now but then my biological father is very strong and has angry reactions so I get that side from him. Which makes it a little troublesome, like if I'm talking to mom and she ticks me off in the wrong way I explode even though it's something super small and I don't mean to. Which...
"I missed 3 open nets during a soccer finals and we ended up losing, my team was ratting on me for it. But, even though this happened I just left it in the past and started a new day, kept working, kept practicing, not thinking about it. When anything bad happens just put it behind you, continue with your life it's not a big deal"
"My biggest piece of advice is to stay positive. Life is tough, but keeping a smile on my face helps me feel better in difficult times and gives me hope that things will come together in the long run."
"My biggest struggle is being the oldest child in my family because it comes with a lot of responsibility. After losing my dad, I am relied on much more, and it's difficult when my younger siblings done listen to me."
"I never liked myself physically. Throughout elementary and middle school I was bullied. I think that really stuck with me." "Don't let what people tell you shape who you are."
Humans of utica
"My piece of advice is to do your work and manage your time so you don't fall behind in school."
Humans of Utica #41
“I’m pretty obnoxious, so I’m usually always bold.”
Humans of Utica #42
“Focus on the nature and the beauty in life. Don't focus on any negative people, and always try to search for love and happiness and where you belong in this world.”
Humans of Utica #43
“Somehow I'm going to reach my goal by traveling the world.”
Humans of Utica #44
“Right now, all of my friends keep telling me not to go to this person, even though they only see the bad in him. They haven’t seen how he was toward me when no one was there; they only heard the bad when I was mad.”
Humans of Utica #45
“NEVER give up, even if people call you a baby killer.”
Humans of Utica #46
“The happiest moment of my life would have to be nationals last year for dance, because we worked really hard for it and my team is basically my second family. It made me feel really good, because I know how much my team worked for it and it felt so good to see all our hard work pay off.”
Humans of Utica #47
Q: "What is your biggest fear?" A: "Tornadoes."
Humans of Utica #48
"Do I remember what I had for dinner yesterday? No...I don’t.”
Humans of Utica #49
“I had gotten really sick around three years ago, and I realized how fragile life could be. Seeing the way my family took care of me, and the way my little brother tried to cheer me up, made me realize how special the people in my life are.”
Humans of Utica #50
“Being in three different clubs is kinda like going to someone and speaking English, then turning around to speak German to someone, then turning around and speaking Italian to someone.”
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