Now is the time when many schools have their spring breaks. For some teens, spring break is a fun time of vacations with friends or at the very least a full social schedule of sports, friendships, and hanging with girlfriends or boyfriends.
For other teens spring break is no fun at all. Typically it’s because the teens in question aren’t popular and spring break is a time where they’re not around people other than family. Unpopularity is magnified for lonely teens when school is out because they often have no social life outside of other captive teens in their classes.
If your spring break isn’t quite what you want, then maybe it’s time to start looking at your popularity (or lack of it). There’s a reason why the popular people are having fun spring breaks and you’re not. Of course, money may be a factor for long trips. But, even having a boyfriend or girlfriend or lots of friends can make a spring break at home fun and exciting.
If you’re sitting on your butt this spring break (or already did if your break is over), then it’s time to look inside and make a change. Change is very tough and it requires that you change your life’s direction. But, if you’re lonely and depressed, is that really better than the making the effort to actually change? Change is immediate and short term pain, but a life of loneliness is much more painful!
So, if your spring break wasn’t where you want it, then maybe it’s time to give unpopularity a spring break (a permanent one) by actually becoming the fun, popular, and beautiful person you’ve always wanted to be.
Resolve today to actually be popular and make your next break amazing (start with summer). This summer (or next spring) you can be the one with a great body, lots of friends by your side and a gorgeous girl (or guy) hanging on your arm.
It is possible. It’s hard, so a lot of people don’t do it. But, being popular is very possible, even if you’ve been unpopular your entire life. We have lots of tips and a book coming out. Check back often for popularity tips and advice.