The following article was written by John Della Rocca for TalkSport and was originally published on February 24, 2018.
Please note that it contains an adult subject.
I’m always in need of help.
I’ve always loved life, and when I was younger, it was the greatest thing ever.
I’m not a professional, I’m a student of life.
I’m just trying to get ahead in life, as much as I can, and I’m lucky enough to be able to be on my own and make my own way.
I can’t do it alone.
I like to spend my spare time on social media, so I have this idea of socialising on social platforms.
I like to be involved with different groups of people.
I have a lot of different things to do.
I just think about what I like and don’t like and then work towards that.
I would have been a better worker if I had a job.
But I’m going to take it one day at a time, and make it happen.
If I have a job, it will help me to have a life, because that’s what I need.
It’s been so hard, and it’s so sad.
But if you have a problem with something, ask your boss.
Ask them what they’re doing about it.
Ask your boss what they know about the problem.
If you know something, tell them about it and ask them to tell you.
If they know nothing, don’t tell them.
They might not know what’s going on.
If your boss has asked you to do something, say you’re happy for it, but if you’re not happy, you should ask them for help.
There are so many people in the world who are struggling with things, so ask your friends what you can do to help.
If something doesn’t go your way, tell someone.
If the problem is going to get worse, ask someone who is close to you to talk to someone.
Don’t just give up.
It will be hard at first, but when you have the courage to tell someone, they will help you.
And they’ll be able help you to solve your problem.
There’s no such thing as too much help.
So if you can, take a break from social media.
If it’s a problem you have, ask for help from a friend.
Ask a colleague to talk about it, or if you don’t have anyone who can, ask a friend or colleague to help you solve the problem together.
If all else fails, talk to a friend to ask them help.
Donor groups are an amazing resource for anyone with a problem.
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