To this day I still enjoy a good cheesy dad joke, but that being said they are no longer something to make laugh so hard I pee my pants. When I was a little girl I practically admired anybody that said a pun, because in my mind whoever could come up with a pun had a special type of brain. In my mind they had a certain type of intelligence that took years to achieve. I mean after all, how else could they come up with such cool plays on words? When I look at my sense of humor now, though I still enjoy a good play on words, my sense of humor is definitely a lot more sexual and even a bit mean sometimes.
I was nervous since it was my first time trying to achieve a goal I really wanted. However, I was disappointed since I obviously didn’t make the team and didn’t do my absolute best. The second time after making the team I felt like I had accomplished something for the first time in my life and excitement for a new part of my life. During my first year on the team I still felt these same emotions for different reasons. I believed that even though I had made the team I wasn’t preforming to my best ability and when I was trying my hardest it still didn’t feel good enough.
I have no idea if I act like it or not, but I'm clingy. I get jealous easily, I'm petty, I'm bitter, I'm anger, I'm emotional, and I'm always saying stupid crap for a laugh or for attention. I love attention. I love it a lot more than you think I do. So I do anything and everything I can to keep and make friends.
When this is explained so clearly is sounds kind of silly and almost childish, but I was surprised to realize how often I do this (usually without even noticing it), and how most people I know do the same thing. I think it’s a pretty natural reaction to try to make a person feel good about him/herself in any circumstance, even if it means employing some
That’s because they’ve been influenced to not care, most likely by friends. As much as they can not care about a topic, they can also bring attention to it in a rather different way. Jokes are usually made about topics that shouldn’t be jokes about. Even if it is wrong, no one tries to stop it. No student would want to stand up and give a speech about why that is wrong to say.That’s because no one would want to be seen as a social threat.
I couldn’t tell anyone because I felt as if my problems weren’t important enough. I didn’t know what to do. People say just talking to someone, but I was never good at tell my parents how I feel. I didn’t feel like talking to a teacher or administrative staff member because I didn’t know them. Not amount of saying exercise will help, or saying that I just need to make more friends would help either, because I never like bothering people, or even feeling like I could bother people, I hate being selfish and I hate just hated how I felt, it made me feel worse.
I was feeling my anxiety level rising, my whole body getting weak, and the thought of wanting to cry was to its max. But then I realized, why should I be doing this to myself? Why not just go and talk to people,make new friends, and be a different self? In response to those thoughts scattering throughout my mind, I never would have thought I could be where I was today only because one little turnaround; to this day, I am now the leader of the team and all the girls look up to me in some sort of way. I, as the team leader, have no fear of messing up or even feeling self-conscious around any of my
I would feel more and more guilty each time one of my friends would stop talking on account of me interrupting. Also, I would catch myself going to apologize after being what one could consider to be too loud, or talking about myself too much. However, I took these feelings in stride and realized it was a part of the assignment and I was learning something by feeling what I