I communicate mostly face to face or via email. Because I am very busy this semester with class and activities it is difficult to always meet in person. Thus, email works great for me. What do you think is your biggest communication weakness? My biggest weakness in communicating would have to be changing my style to adapt to my audience.
I thing that it’s best to be aware of personal weaknesses. So that if I can face what’s the truth of what is not going to happen & what is possible. In this way we can easily avoid thoughts which are not real in one’s life & save time in the going
I am also very grateful that I have good friends that I can confide in and talk to about anything. My friends always know how to make me feel happy and grateful for the littlest things. My friends also teach me that I should notice the small things in life. I am very grateful that I have friends and a family who challenge me to be a better person and live a better life. I believe what makes a life worth living is learning from mistakes, learning about life, and growing as a person, and my family and friends teach and challenge me with this
It gives a sense of fulfilment and achievement. So how exactly can you recognize your strength? All of us have heard it during our lives; Do what you love to do? What we often overlook is the wisdom behind this logic. What you love to do is actually your strength.
Included in the journal is direct quotes from those interviewed of their motivation behind self harm In my paper, I aim to explain why those with mental illness use self harm as a way out of feelings of stress, sadness, anxiety, etc. Something that seems so blatantly damaging to oneself, is alluring to some… but why? How did we deceive ourselves into thinking hurting ourselves will help us? Personally, I can relate to a lot of the reasons stated by those interviewed. I will pick a few of my top general reasonings and explore deeper about what goes through my mind.
Every single person has a weakness, and even if it's hard to admit, I have many weaknesses as well. Does that make me less of a person than everyone else? Some may say no, but my mind keeps telling me yes. Out of all those weakness, I've got to say my greatest one is my lack of self-confidence. It is unbelievable how this weakness has been growing during the years.
Even though it was a challenge to communicate, it did not stop me from spending time with the grandchildren. One night we were dancing around, listening to music, and laughing and I started to speak in English however as a result, we were not able to understand each other. Even though we were not able to communicate we were still able to connect with each other. I believe it was a beautiful experience of two people who did not speak the same language but were still able to understand each other in a different aspect. This experience showed me to have humility even though it was challenge of communicating and not understanding each other.
Therefore, it was difficult for me to even talk to her! However, thinking carefully, I realized that I have few topics to talk not only with her, but also with my friends. After following a few steps of thinking, I realized that this was partly due to my cultural backgrounds. The process of thinking I went through is as follows. I
Even though, some may have always been able to do such simple tasks, they were much more difficult for me and I now take pride in having overcome one of my biggest weakness. Which was one i would say… the biggest obstacles of my life. I found that I worked very well with others, and it made me more confident about myself. It made me feel great. I had great ideas, and I even encouraged other people to come out of their shell.
INTRODUCTION Many years ago, I began to challenge my mind by wondering why the events have slowed down in my life, why did I accomplish more when I had less? I began to think about a few years ago, when I had almost absolutely nothing, my parents had very little, but things happened in my life, in the life of family members and others around me. I then realized the only thing different in my life currently, from a few years ago, was my knowledge, my understandings of things, my experience with the world and its powers. I became aware of the fact that the increase of my knowledge of this world was synonym to the increase of my knowledge of power, and as a result, of my fear of power. My search for answers generated more questions as to why was I afraid of power when I knew so many more people of power.