Your guiding television character for the week is Leslie Knope: You constantly surround yourself with people who love and care about you. Do something nice for them by getting them some waffles and thoughtful gifts.
Charlie Kelly: You’re quirky and true to yourself. Though some people might not appreciate or respect you, don’t change. You will find the group you belong in.
Walter White: Before closing yourself in a box by thinking only one thing is a solution to your troubles, take a deep breath. There is always a better solution.
Lisa Simpson: If no one understands you then pay them no mind. You’re brilliant, regardless of what society tells you.
Daenerys Targaryen: Take time to help those less fortunate than you. It can be an action as small as paying for someone’s lunch to something like freeing thousands from enslavement.
Ash Ketchum: Before catching them all you should catch yourself first.
Jax Teller: You have a lot on your plate. From studying and homework to running a bike club and avenging your father’s death, you need to rest and remember what’s really important — your family. Don’t forget them in all this mess.
Liz Lemon: Though the world wants you to settle, you have to have the self-confidence to go after what you want no matter how long it takes. You can have it all!
Eric Cartman: People don’t respect your authority. Take some time to reflect on your actions and why that may be.
Dwight Schrute: There is someone out there for everyone, even if it doesn’t seem that way at times.
Buster Bluth: Call your mother. Or, if you call your mother all the time, lay off a little bit. You both need the break.
Hannah Horvath: Don’t be afraid of success. And don’t lie to your therapist when you have an OCD relapse.
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As published in the Sept. 12 issue of the Pepperdine Graphic.