Health Tips: SAYING GOODBYE

Health Tips: SAYING GOODBYE

Awesome Tip: SAYING GOODBYE



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32 Replies to “Health Tips: SAYING GOODBYE”

  1. I'm sure having your parents leave must have been very tough for you. I'm an only child and i've been with my parents for my entire life, but this is an amazing experience so all you can do is try your best to enjoy it, learn from it, and take it one day at a time. Good luck to you and Omar! <3

  2. Ugh the struggles of LA. The traffic, parking(including the cost) and the people!! People everywhere. Can't ever get a break! I'm still not used to it after 2.5 years! Also I am enjoying your gym search. I'm interested to see where you end up picking how filming will go. Because like I mentioned before and I'm sure you know just from your previous visits— people everywhere all the time!! 🙂

  3. OMG you getting emotional over your parents leaving is literally the past few months of my life since moving. Sending you love, girlfran <3

  4. I moved away from my parent home at the age of 20 to a different state I know how you feel:( stay strong I think the first few months are the worst but it will get better. once you start meeting new ppl new places and hobbies will keep you busy:)

  5. When I moved away to university in Wales from London England it felt like my parents were miles away in my head but they are just a phone call away always…. And you get so used to it that when you come and stay at home again you can't stand living in the same house as your parents again even though you love seeing them haha. Freedom is so much fun and having it somewhere as beautiful as California I can only dream of! Have fun girl and remember your parents will always be there for you no matter how far away they may be 🙂

  6. I totally know how you feel! My mom helped me move from California to New York City a year ago and stayed for a few weeks. Saying goodbye was so hard but honestly skype is amazing and we talk alllll the time so she really doesn't feel that far away 🙂

  7. oh god girl id die haaaate having to say goodbye so i could only imagine how you feel. hang in there youre doin so so so so well! keep your head up

  8. Cheer up. Look at the bright side. You're living in LA with your special one. I don't wanna get sentimental here but your current chapter in life is the one I've been dreaming for.

  9. Cheer up. Look at the bright side. You're living in LA with your special one. I don't wanna get sentimental here but your current chapter in life is the one I've been dreaming for.

  10. Aw it's always so hard saying goodbye to your parents, I had to do it too when I moved from Indiana to Arizona! But it gets easier, and there's always skype/facetime! It's nice that you have Omar with you though =)

  11. I can't imagine the emotional roller coaster! But this is such an amazing experience for you guys!! One of my biggest regrets is never living anywhere else.

  12. I at first thought you were saying goodbye to YouTube when I saw the title and thumbnail and that would have made me sad, but then I thought no, it's probably saying goodbye to your parents. It'll be okay. It'll be tough for you at first, but it'll get easier as time goes on. There are many ways that you can communicate and keep in touch. I know it's not the same, but you'll be okay. At least you're not alone; you have each other.

  13. Keep your head up baby girl! I am so close with my mom, when I first started college I cried and I was only 3 hours away. I have never been to Cali, and I am SO jealous of you and Omar. I want to come out there so bad! Time will fly and you will see your parents soon!

  14. I moved for school in a new city last year and it is hard at first, but it does get better and it makes when you see them again better. Have fun in beautiful LA, you got this!

  15. I moved for school in a new city last year and it is hard at first, but it does get better and it makes when you see them again better. Have fun in beautiful LA, you got this!

  16. I understand how you feel. My parents still live in Georgia, which is so far away from philly. It's hard at first, but just talking to my family every day really helps. Im very very close to my family so I always looking for excuses to fly down lol I'm here if you ever need to talk to somebody!

  17. I understand how you feel! <3 But who knows, maybe they will think about relocating to CA?! :)I fly down to Colombia on Friday for 3 weeks to visit my parents and I am ALREADY not looking forward to the day when I have to leave and say goodbye to them :/

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