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19 Ways You Can Learn Courage From Kids

Some of the greatest lessons in life can be learned from little kids. Be nice to others, share your toys, and never be afraid to be yourself! And if you ever need more encouragement to be socially courageous, try Scope. It freshens your breath and brings your courage out of hibernation.

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1. Kids can make friends with anybody!

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When's the last time you talked to a stranger for fun? Kids do it all the time! Try getting off your smartphone and making friendly conversation with somebody for once!

2. They like to dive head first into new things.

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The little brother thought it was a good idea to try something new, and the sister said, "Why not?"

4. Kids just live their life. No fear!

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There's no fear in taking this photobooth picture here. Mom's going to post it on Facebook for everyone to see.

7. They don't let the haters get them down.

This little lady is showing all the haters in her neighborhood that she can ride with the big boys! Remember, there will always be haters, but you shouldn't let them inhibit your courageous outlook.

9. Not afraid of pickin' a little booger.


Nope, she didn't even care that there were 5 other people watching her nose digging. She's gonna start a trend, and all the other kids will want to be her best friend.

18. Take a note from these kids, and never be afraid of doing something new.

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Make friendly conversations at the grocery store, ask that girl out that you never thought you could, wear the craziest outfit you can think of at a party, and really, just have fun!

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