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He'll be sure to get better now,' said the boy anxiously, 'if you don't give way to low spirits and turn ill yourself, which would make him worse and throw him back, just as he was recovering.
Interviewee: "I'm just trying to get better everyday.
There will be time in January for reading and listening and watching those things that help us get better, right?
In response to a number of students taking their own lives after being bullied in school, they wanted to create a personal way for supporters everywhere to tell LGBT youth that, yes, it does indeed get better.
Those who felt there was no escape from bullying saw that really - things DO get better.
He wants to learn, he wants to get better and I like that because I believe every time you turn up to training you have to want to get better," he said.
Thank you Advocate and many others for helping it to get better.
The point is to let them know that things do get better, using the examples of our own lives" (6).
Rivera declares that it does not get better in a book entitled It Gets Better and her video continues to live online outside of the project under its original title, which points more directly to It Gets Betters exclusions and failures.
And she is so keen to get better, she is considering extending her stay in the clinic.
But young players are supposed to get better as the year goes on, not increasingly confused.
The video's message was simple: life does get better for LGBT youth.
But the agency deserves credit for realizing that things won't get better without some major changes, and for having the courage to try them.
The message is meant to encourage these young people to seek help if they are in crisis, and to provide hope that life will get better.
He's been with us for quite some time now, and he's continued to get better and better.