the words i wish i said: by caitlin kelly
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I wish I’d said something. I wish I didn’t think it was so hard. But maybe that is about the hardest part. Maybe knowing what to say, how and when are the only things that matter. I wish I had said it. The very things that could have you a better person and inspire you to take up your challenges and win the troubles you are facing.
I wish I had said the things that were on my mind to everyone special. To let them know that they are all needed in my life. due to the cliches and vagueness, but also other factors, many aspects of this book were relatable. Caitlin Kelly has made a habit of publishing best-selling memoirs on an annual basis, and the most recent of them recounts the stories that lie behind the things that she wishes she had said in the past. In her book "The Words I Wish I Said," Kelly offers advice on how to respond appropriately when confronted with difficult circumstances, whether they arise in one's own life or in the lives of others. This book will give you the motivation to leave a positive comment where you once wrote a negative one if you have ever underestimated the power of a simple act of kindness. If you have ever done this, you should read this book. StoryI wish I could tell you how much I love spending time with you, but I don’t want to scare you away with my intensity and passion.
The words I wish I had said. The things I wish I’d said. The way I wish I’d told you how much this meant to me. The way you made me feel when I was down, the dreams you’ve ignited, and all the memories we made. I wish I said; Thank You.I found this book to be very interesting in so many ways. One of them was because the age that the author wrote this book was sixteen. So who better write and focus on the thoughts of a teenager, rather than one themselves. Another was the way and the placement of the chapters, I feel that they all went hand in hand and made sense in the way they were placed. there was definitely some good parts i really liked.. some hidden gems , particularly the poems on love. the simplicity of them is beautiful and often made me smile. I wish I said what you said. I wish I had told you how much I cared. I wish I had stopped you before you left, but I wish it didn’t have to end this way.
Every single chapter had its way of expressing itself. It expressed such emotions and thoughts in an impactful yet simple way. As a teenager, I feel that our thoughts tend to be all over the place and hard to comprehend. This novel seemed to put it all into perspective and give a form of closure. It took my thoughts and explained them in ways I never could. You're so close! We just need you to take one tiny, little, itsy-bitsy step to confirm your subscription. I wish I had said that being comfortable isn’t just about comfort. It’s also about feeling authentic while doing it and that there are many paths to happiness.Although fair warning this book can be a little dark and sad. I felt that it was something everyone would be able to find a relation with. I felt it was something that everyone should hear or come to terms with. I wish I said, you look nice today, instead of only saying things like that on special occasions or when people were going out somewhere important. I was beyond impressed with this book, I did not set my expectation too high. It still managed to exceed them. I was not expecting it to turn out the way it did, nor was it in any relation to the types of poetry books I like to read. I think that this book did give a certain type of peace and gratitude for how the world is looked at through teenage thoughts and hearts. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs some sort of clarification with their thoughts and wants to know that it is not just them that feels a certain way. Other people, such as myself and Caitlin Kelly feel it too.