Aimee Mullins persisted through her physical therapy which eventually led to her success as an athlete. If she had given up she never would have accomplished what she does now. NO matter how much of a pain it was for her, she kept going and don 't’ give up. Persistence may be difficult at the time to accomplish, but in the end it pays off. After Aimee Mullins had gone through what she did, she was still disabled but it wasn’t difficult for her to do what everyone else could do.
Kirsten Jett, a Boston Marathon qualifier, struggled with depression for her whole life and decided to pick up running. Running did not cure her depression, but she said, “I credit all those miles for keeping me from sinking back into depression.” Currently, as stated in a poll from ADAA, only around fourteen percent of people turn to the regular use of exercise as a way to manage stress. This percentage of people is too small compared to the number of people with mental health issues. Overall, with mental health cases rising in the United States, there should come more discussion about how to treat the issues and resolve the taboo nature around them. Maybe one day, people will openly talk about their mental health without the fear of
As well as inspiring me as a person, Ashleigh inspires me as a rider too. Ashleigh inspires me to keep reaching for your goals even if they are far away. Some shows if I did bad I will start to cry a little bit and she will ask what is wrong and I will say I didn 't do very well in that class. She will then tell me that we can’t win in every class that we compete in, and that sometimes we have good days and bad days. She will also tell me to forget about that class and to give it my all for the next class.
Though you come from a troubled, distraught childhood it only makes you stronger and wiser in adulthood. Through Jeanette 's parents ignorance, her persistence, and resilience are what she used to become strong mentally and successful. You are either successful or you are not, your background or childhood doesn 't determine or limit your success. All it does is determine how hard and how much you have to work for it. Through Jeannette 's resilience, persistence, and self reliance she was able to mold herself to be a right minded successful adult; Even though she faced many instances of adversity, neglect, and hate she was able to find away around it.
Malala believed they deserved the choice to go to school. Malala and her family fought for what was right until one day, Malala nearly almost lost everything. Malala was shot point-blank on her way home from school. Malala wasn't expected to survive her injuries and the people around her began to think all hope was lost. During this time her family knew the only thing to do was to stay positive.
My second semester of school I decided that because I already knew where I was going to college I didn’t have to try as hard in school and work as hard for my grades as I had before. I began slacking off inside as well as outside of the classroom. I stopped doing homework to my best ability’s, stopped studying for tests, and worst of all I was lying to my mother. For almost four months I treated my mother poorly. I constantly lied to her face about how my grades were.
Even though there are quite a few admirable characters from both Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry and Maus, she should take the MACA. I can understand from certain points of view why she would be shunned for her actions, but if you look at why she did what she did, she showed the true feeling of freedom. I feel that many people can learn from Cassie’s successes and failures, and become a better person not only for themselves, but also for the good of the
In this writing assignment; I will elaborate on how bridging the generation gap in the fire service is important for our fire department’s morale, culture, and well-being. I will share my own personal experiences on why I decided to join the fire service and share what I have learned from my mentors who’ve helped me through my journey so far. I will also reflect on what I have learned and experienced over the past year as a rookie firefighter. I chose this topic for my final writing assignment because I personally feel like I would be able to relate more to the topic since I’ve been exposed to the fire department lifestyle since I was born. Bridging the generation gap in the fire service between the guys who’ve been in for years compared to
I messed up the first and second quarter grades was terrible I was just an honor roll student at Shaw, now at Collinwood I have F’s. When it was third quarter I got back on my game went to school every day and on time, and went to all my classes. I got that report card and my grades were looking much better, I got merit roll. Now that I was doing good I felt more proud of myself because I knew that wasnt, me to not go to classes or get suspended so many times. Its fourth quarter and I’m doing good until the whole school wants to fight me and
I wouldn’t get to complain about how much I didn’t like my classes, when deep down I loved the majority of them. I would miss getting to show off my outfit of the day. I had been really excited about joining clubs my sophomore year specifically the track and the dance team, now that was no longer an option for me. My parents had been talking about taking me out of school when my
Society had now begun to think that Hester had served her punishment. Although Hester was not accepted society before, she began to see the positive aspects of the community and was able continue on with her own life which eventually led to her being recognition of good character. Eventually recognizing her sin she had become a symbol of the Puritan faith, and eventually found her place in the community in a positive way. In The Scarlet Letter, the whole period of time the letter "A" was embroidered on her clothing it only represented one ideology, which was adultery. However, as time continues forward the community begins to finally start accepting her again, through her positive actions and influences, the letter "A" starts to represent a more positive ideology.
Also she causes discussion how irrational belief. In conclusion: Tania know where is the problem and she want uses some strategy when she feels depress she try a understand that and spent time in other activity with her family for this way she can relax and think best any decision that she take. Also she needs social care about her family and her friends and her children behavior is more important because when she sees it she feels like a best person and mom too. She is clear about her gals and she work very hard to get
To never give up on my dreams, even when the odds are against you, keep moving forward. Her motivation is the reason why I didn’t give up after my junior year of high school when everything seemed to fall apart. I became extremely depressed with my life. During my junior year of high school everything came crashing down. As my brothers enjoyed the college life.
I was 33-years old when I completed my first Coastline College course in Geology and received an A. This milestone helped me to see the value in learning and gave me the confidence to go after an education I had all but given up on. When I transferred to San Quentin,I immediately enrolled in the college program offered through Patten University. The coolest thing about Patten compared to other prison college programs is that they bring in grad students from surrounding colleges like UC Berkeley and University of SF to help teach and tutor over 20 different classes per semester.Another major plus was that things like tuition, books,and class materials were
The choices I make show other people who I am becoming. Grace Fontaine struggled in finding what she would do in her life. However, I know myself and am comfortable with the person I am becoming to be. In addition, nothing can make me believe I am going to become someone else. My confidence and upbringing will help me into becoming a successful and healthy minded individual.