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I’m not the wisest person and I’m not very good at giving advice but…

In my experience , whenever you’re about to give up on something , that’s when you should continue fighting for it. You’re almost there, just give a tad more even if you feel that you’re falling apart. It’s almost ( always) worth it.
TheRascallyOne · 31-35, M Best Comment
Mama didn't raise no quitter
TheRascallyOne · 31-35, M
@TheRascallyOne thank you thank you 🐰

Emotionalbambi · 22-25, F
Thank you ! I felt like this about my dance , I was only 19 and I was the last one in my class to learn new skills , I was in two dance classes and both was different dance styles , pole dancing (gymnastics style ) and burlesque, I used to get upset and cry when I got home because I was behind the whole class In both classes, I always thought and talked about quitting thinking it wasn’t for me , in one of my classes I got bullied and excluded from events and shows by the girls ( burlesque class ) and the instructors as they was self employed and not by the studio so it worked differently , then lockdown happened and I had to teach myself at home , I did , i learnt more at home than I did at the studio , two years I taught myself for then at age 22 I became an paid performer and I always get told I’m the best dancer the club has ever seen , I can do over 300 moves on the pole and I get paid a lot most nights. I still get lessons at the studio once an month but only for floorwork and that isn’t ran by the burlesque instructors so it’s an nice and supportive environment , I’m not great at floorwork but I’m learning and I will never give up on my dreams.
Avoid emotional thinking, it will almost always lead you a stray.

 
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