School Does not Equal Success And it Does Not Define You

 

Hi I’m Alex and I’m a 19 year old creative and I’ve recently graduated high school with my associates degree in liberal arts. I’m taking a year break before going to university in hopes of …. Well let’s leave that blank til I figure it out.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY HASANTI KELLY

SCHOOL LIFE

When I think of school now the only thing I can think of is the pain that I felt. The anxiety of always wanting to be the best at everything. Or the constant sting in my stomach that told me I wasn’t good enough. You see I’ve learned something after graduating, that I am ME! And that’s freakin awesome! As I write this to you I gain more clarity with myself.

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Letter From The Editors ISSUE No. 7

 

It’s been a little while since we’ve met with you guys like this. So, maybe, “a little while” is the understatement of the century. We’ve been gone for nearly two years, that’s something that even we are in denial about.Teen Culture has been our pride and joy before it was even “Teen Culture”. As hilarious as this may sound, way back when we were thirteen and the seed of our now magazine was just being sown, we created Forever Amiable.

Forever Amiable was the prequel to what was yet to come.It was the cultivation of all of the negative feelings we had as young girls,molded into a safe haven for those who faced the same demons. We had learned through our friendship that it was better to fight a battle with more than one soldier. Forever amiable was to be the meeting grounds for our army of outcasts, to wage war on the demons we weren’t able to face alone. This was the foundation for which Teen Culture was built on .The push that kept us treading with Teen Culture despite the tribulations we endured during our journey.

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