Life of a boy- The well-wisher (Part – 3)

So here we are in the third chapter of a boy’s life- Boys are best friends for both boys and girls.
They try to understand everything and keep all secrets safe with them.
They know how to understand other people’s emotions and feelings without revealing anything. Yes, girls do understand, but it’s also true that boys don’t judge, so they get your point and try to figure it out.

We frequently underestimate them.
For example, since you’re not a girl, you will not understand a girl’s feelings, pains, or the way we used to live our lives.
Maybe we’re right, but that doesn’t mean boys can’t try to understand.
Give them a chance at least.
Always complaining, is it right?
Aren’t they humans?

Show them that they are valuable and that they deserve respect and fair treatment. Although some people are egoistic, this is not the case for everyone. Many people understand the pain and are very down to earth. They don’t cry but they feel the pain. They don’t speak about their problems, but they too go through the darkest of days. They, too, fail at times to assist their parents, to be with their children, to be the best husband, to be the best father, to be the best in their office, and so on.

Boys, too, get psychologically ill and suffer, and we must be there for them.
As humans, we must encourage one another and share our sorrows and joys.
As long as we are on this world, we should strive to improve our lives and be happy and healthy.
We need to be there for one other in good times and bad.

Let’s get them back, even if they make mistakes or get on the wrong tracks. So, what’s the big deal? Instead of disregarding them, it is our obligation to act appropriately.
Don’t go with him because he used to drink a lot.
He’s like this, and he’s like that. He used to yell a lot, and he used to say vile things.
Isn’t it then our job to assist them in getting back on track?
Why not lend a hand?
This is exactly what today’s generation requires.
Understand each other and lend a hand to one another.

You’re just a boy. Maybe even a young man. We get it. But before you know it, you’ll be on the verge of becoming something even greater! You’re going to be a man. And hopefully a gentleman!

By Kristen Blake

Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”

Albert Einstein

If you live long enough, you’ll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you’ll be a better person. It’s how you handle adversity, not how it affects you. The main thing is never quit, never quit, never quit.”

President William Jefferson Clinton

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