Nathan's Story

Before the Failing Forward project, I was pretty much terrified of everything, especially failing.

I always felt like if I tried my hardest and failed it wouldn't be worth picking up again in the future, full stop.

Since returning home and gaining a little more stability in myself,

"I have found that failing is a totally necessary part of life."

I must fail if I wish to learn from it and succeed. I am becoming comfortable with practicing skills.

"I am happy that what I'm doing is as good as it can be, failing to nail it a good 65% of the time..."

But this time i haven't given up on myself because I know that I can do it, if I will it.

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