Over a year of thinking and reflecting has rekindled new hopes and aspirations, and notwithstanding my shortcomings, I am confident of living through my dreams and life plans. Learning to love yourself can be quite tricky. I find it difficult to explain it since the experience is unique to every person, but I will give some hints on how I got to where I am. Self-love is gradual, just like every good thing in life. I still experience momentary negative thoughts about myself sometimes, but rather than let it take hold of me, I assess the situation to identify the cause of the feeling, and I banish them from my thoughts.
All of my life self-actualization has been something I have sought to achieve- often in the wrong places. While this journey can be quite difficult and tumultuous I would not do anything differently, in the broad sense, as this adventure has shaped me into the person I am today. It is true that I am indeed only 18 which can lead to some potential flaws in reasoning, but I am quite certain that the lessons I have learned are quite valuable. However, the most important lesson life has taught me must be that I don’t need someone else to bring me happiness. Although this lesson was at times exceedingly difficult to accept, once I did my life changed for the better.
The past and present, failure and success are valuable lessons that we, human being might have to experience during our lifetime. However, how people react to their memories and turn them to their own understanding in present depending on their perspective and ethical knowledge. Some people decide to live in the present and relinquish the past. On the contrary, others accept their old memories as an undeniable connection between the past and present. As far as I am concerned, I believe that the history became a part of our inevitable subconscious that boost people to achieve more success.
There are many future obstacles ahead of me, like going to college and paying my own bills, and I don’t expect myself to be looking on the bright side for all of those hardships. Many negative experiences have happened throughout my life, but I choose to laugh it off and try to enjoy everyday. I would say overall, my life has been a glass that is half-full. I believe in being optimistic. I look at everything with unbounded possibility and I know that when I smile, the world smiles back.
There is so much to do out in the world; I will not let limitations and barriers prevent me from personal growth. One bad habit I still struggle with Is negativity. This sometimes slows me down. However, I want to challenge this by believing staying out of my comfort zone and I seeing what I could achieve. I will rise above the noise by holding true to my personal values while still being willing to reevaluate anything that
Modern people have become so pre-occupied with the joy of acquiring material things and chasing the perennial threshold for success that we forget about those precious little things and moments in life that we are able to enjoy and experience. Appreciating as a habit can be hard at first, but think of it as a long-term goal. The more you harness positive thoughts and feelings, the more you’re likely to feel more at ease with your life and the more resilient you become when it comes to dealing with negative life
Looking back in my life a lot of things have happened. But it takes some digging to remember the importance of those memories on the spot. Those memories can be big with little importance or small and significant that take more time to remember. Being a forgetful person is not good for this sort of assignment but the memories that do stand out have been very significant in my life to this point. Everything happens for a reason.
If it weren 't for the struggles I faced, then I wouldn 't be the person I am today. With struggles, I learned many new things and many new ways to get the things I want. The struggle is real in life and well it molds and shapes us humans from what actions we take and what decisions we make like it changes our whole lives like it did to me. The struggle exists to change us and our lives and we struggle because it is the key to the path of our destination of what we want or what we want to become filled with challenges, knowledge, and so on. Without struggle, we humans won’t be able to achieve what we have today.
When I did that I lost faith, but I realized I had to change that state of mind to something more positive, more contagious, and it paid off. ChangesI changed as a person throughout the crisis. My mother’s crisis was a long road to deal with and grandfathers passing was a major detour and took some real strength to get through. After it was all said and done I had learnt so much and matured. I felt that I grew emotionally stronger and it really helped me brace myself for other deaths that have happened afterwards.