Concerning my first love, there are a few things I would like to tell my younger self.

Oh, how our views on youthful love have evolved since we were young adults. Would we risk it everything for our first love if we knew what we know now about it?

Though I can't say for sure, there are a few things I would like to advise my younger self regarding first love. It would make me happy if my words of wisdom might assist other young people, even if I wish I had known all of this when I was younger. Alright, then!

You'll assume your crush is "the one". First love is pure and comfortable. It's not true love. First, you don't understand love. Don't worry and don't make him your everything. You will have better years.

Your "We'll be together forever!" promises are lies. Sorry, but your first love won't last forever. This doesn't imply you abandon "Forever".

Yes! You'll suffer like never before when your first love ends. This will hurt emotionally and intellectually but strengthen you. Feel and recover from it all.

Naturally, you'll meet someone better in the following years and realize that love is an inexplicable sensation you probably didn't grasp properly the first time. But you'll never forget your first love—or want to.

You probably believed your first love would be fairytale-like. However, it won't and won't leave a favorable impression on you. It may remind you of those days, but it won't endure.

I promise your first love won't be wasted! This should teach you how to find a better individual. Because your first love will teach you what you want and don't want in your next guy. So choose traits wisely. Time and growth are required.

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