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20 Wise, Witty & Wacky Advice Tweets for #dearyoungself: This One is For the Kids!

Many say that youth is wasted on the young. One thing about being young? Often times they just don’t know any better. That’s where us parents come in. We help guide, mentor and advise them in a myriad of ways. We made mistakes and we (hopefully) learned from them.  In turn we don’t want our children to make those same errors in judgment – so we give them advice and often share the advice of others.

A recent trending topic on Twitter was #dearyoungself where tweeters tweeted advice to their young selves, tips that don’t just apply to the memory of their own youth but can be applied to the youths in our lives – our kids.

Here are twenty wise, witty and sometimes wacky #dearyoungself – some are words to live by – to matter what the age. Check the out here.

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