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Hillary Clinton's Endearing Letter to Her Teenage Self Will Make You Wish She Was President Instead

By Andrew Alpin, 28 December 2017

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4She encourages that leap of faith

She seems to have a huge list she wants to tell herself and undoubtedly, the letter is a kind of self-introspection of sorts where Clinton seems to be looking back and reflecting on her life. It is this reflection that she shares with her readers. She explains to herself how she needs to take that leap of faith. Clinton has always been a champion for women rights and seems to have the right advice for women that makes you want to give her a big hug.

She even talks about husband Bill Clinton calling him “your Crazy Boyfriend” who will want her to move to Arkansas with him.

She encourages that leap of faith

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5She started off as a Republican

 Clinton studied political science in Wellesley College and also served as the president of the Wellesley Young Republicans which is ironic since she fought the election as a Democrat. Her change of political affiliation was influenced by the American Civil rights Movement and the Vietnam War.

She speaks about never forgetting to say thank you and to always treasure parents. Her letter to herself is as much as a letter to women worldwide advising that the learning process should never be stopped.

She started off as a republican

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6She advises to accept failure but keep on going

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She speaks about people who discourage others saying that there will be much criticism in life but it should never get you down. She tells herself to accept criticism for its constructiveness but never to take it personally.  “Take criticism seriously but not personally. There will be people who want nothing more than to see you fail”.

Throughout the letter, Clinton hints at her relationship with the media saying how her actions provide ample fodder for the entire tabloid industry.

She advises to accept failure but keep on going

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