I have faced so many challenges along the way that caused me to question if all the pain was going to be worth it. For a long time, I didn’t think that the pain was worth it. I thought that if I just avoided the issues that life would just go on and I would be fine. However, the more I did this, the more I realized that I
Personal conflict I faced many conflict situations in my life where I had no idea how to deal with it or what I could do to make things better. I always saw conflict as a negative thing and something that will end up in damaged relationships, but Weeks (1994) explains how conflict can be seen as positive in many occasions. Anstey (1993) also explains
Without me. As usual. I couldn’t travel; my illness simply would not permit it. He deserved this trip and I knew that, but for some reason, the excitement in his voice that day tore a hole in my heart. His joy was a cruel reminder of everything I had lost, of all the things I would never do again.
This type of pain arises when there is damage to nerves of the nervous system. Due to malfunction of the nerves information about pain is continuously being sent to the brain. Neuropathic pain is sometimes chronic. Phantom pain is one of the examples of the causes of this sort of pain. SDK100, (Topic 3, 6.1.2).
Having a name for something that I am struggling with has always been a huge help in my battle with something. I’ve found that it is always harder to fight an unknown enemy than it is to fight an issue that you know the name of. An aspect of her paper that was also interesting was her view on her anxiety. She said that even though she realizes that anxiety is an issue for her, she does not want to completely cure it because she believes that it motivates her to get things done (Mullaney 6). I don’t think that I would have thought of it in that way if I were in her
Loneliness - my experience… Loneliness is something we have all experienced, however there are always different extents to which it has been experienced by each one of us. In many cases people deny that they feel lonely from time to time, but deep inside we all know, that it’s an undeniable fact. Every person has different circumstances in life, which leads to some of us experiencing what being lonely is like at a very young age and some of us having the experience being older. Being older, doesn’t necessarily mean being more mature. It always seems that when you are an adult, it is easier to deal with loneliness and that might be true, however there are more exceptions than we see.
I was happy with the Ace Books outcome, but the time wasted I was definitely not. I will have to make this up, but it was a long while that I could have used to be writing. I would have had more time to write, but the family issues were getting very bad. Many people I knew were passing and I had to attend the
I also saw many of my peers doing the exact same thing. I witnessed firsthand how procrastinating had made my life and the life of those around me so much harder and stressful than it needed to be. I have struggled with my bad habit of procrastinating for a long time and although it has gotten better, I still haven’t completely overcome it. It’s something that affects my life everyday. Not only that, but it’s a conscious decision I still choose most of the time.
In my future I hope to overcome the restrictions that are thrown my way. I have no clue what restrictions I am going to face a month from now, or even ten years from now. But I personally believe that I am going to be my biggest restriction, I am my biggest critic. Fear of criticism and judgement are going to be the next two big restrictions I am going to face. In my sixteen year journey of trying to find who I am as a person, I have always worried too much about what other people think of me.
Pain is Subjective Patients with sickle cell crises describes the pain as "throbbing," "unbearable," "sharp," "excruciating," "like a hammer, beating and beating," "penetrating," "squeezing," and” stabbing." Pain that I wouldn 't even wish on my worst of enemies." "Sometimes it feels like being hit and run over by a truck." According to Maxine Adegbola, the University of Texas at Arlington, (2012). The main idea of this study is to bring out some of the experiences patients with sickle cell disorder.
Now, for the record, I 'm not the biggest procrastinator I know, but I do have a history of poor choices in this area. There are two big things I have for dealing with this: my brother and my new attitude. Recently, I 've undergone a soul-searching experience and it made me realize several things. I realized that I 've been lazy and unwilling to break the