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.
Depression is something I have to deal with every day, some more than others. I do not think I can say I have escaped depression because it still haunts me but I know one day I will escape. I have grown to understand that I need to love myself and not let negative thoughts attack me and chain me down. Because of my experience with depression it help me decide what I wanted to do as a career and that is to become a teacher. During high school my grades would be slipping, but no one ever asked me why or even motivated me to work harder.
I carry doubt for the reason that when you’re a captain every player on the team looks up to you, they challenge you to make the right decision for the entire team. Without the doubt that I carry I wouldn 't make the important decisions I make on a daily basis, I believe that the doubt helps my fast paced life slow down for a second, I forces me to rethink every decision in order to insure a positive outcome. Being a captain has brought in a lot of doubt to my everyday decision making and it begins to weigh hard on me in tough or extreme decision making moments. Some days when the doubt begins to weigh me down I do wish I didn 't have to carry it, I wish I could just set it down and be carefree, but without it I wouldn’t have the qualities I have acquired such as leadership and mental
Which is noteworthy, as I’m not one who gets angry or curses. Yet throughout that day, I found myself steadily cursing at Derek in my head as I tried to think of what I should do in light of what I could only see as a betrayal. When I saw him later, I did curse*** and told him off about his apparent inability to hold anything in confidence. We didn’t speak for another six hours, and I definitely considered extending it to days or weeks. However, as a student who aspires to be a counselor, I knew waiting would be immature and only make matters worse.
Yeah, some classes were more difficult than others, but I knew how to cope with the crying every once in awhile and slight depression from the amount of stress. The stress of the classes and work pushed me to succeed and make myself a better person, so the person I am today is because I was pushed by various teachers and the outcome of how I dealt with the multiple
My entire senior year of high school, an eerie fog of anxiety lingered around myself because of the approaching new part of my life that I couldn’t quite anticipate as well as other events in my life. This chapter in my life that I almost dreaded because of the uncertainty, the path that was always envisioned for me, ironically, the only certain option for myself–attending college. I had my fears before I even applied to a school because I knew myself, I knew I wasn’t as independent as I let myself out to be, and I knew the chance of getting rejected by my first choice school was likely, a school where my friends were attending, where almost complete independence wouldn’t swallow me whole. As you might guess from my transfer application, the likely indeed happened. And so, the most difficult and independent
As you venture through it you will soon realize these things and this is my way of telling you how to best go through it with the most ease. The most common thing that many people deal with in high school is the fact that they all want to fit in somewhere and want to fit in well. To fit in is to feel more at peace with your life and many people will try their whole life to just fit in. Although some do and some do not, there is still the concept of wanting to fit in that students struggle with. It is an endless battle that you should not have to worry about.
I didn’t feel anything different, I just felt angrier. One day as I sat down and talked with one of my aunts, she told me, “Some things happen for a reason.” I told myself that I wasn’t going to allow the absence of my father prevent me from getting father in life. Many always thought that I was just this angry little girl, but they never sat down and asked me why I felt so angry inside. Not having that male role model in a child’s life can lead them down the road to destruction. The strength that I have gained was to take the pain and use it as a lesson in life.
We lost enough of grades and so I decided to take some action in order to improve such behavior because such irresponsibility was unacceptable. I started to make a time management plan because I realized that without making a proper time schedule the girls would not co-operate. So, my second strategy to reach an A grade was to increase social contact among our group members as we only talked during class times we began to text as well as meet up outside class hours to give each other feedback regarding the project. The positive experiences that I gained was that no matter where or how a person goes social as well as time management skills are very important. In order to be punctual and successful in life one must respect and follow time.
Clooley theory is true because I don’t see myself as who I really am as a student, I always think how to change myself, so I can make friends. Being a college student is really hard to be yourself because the world has changed in how many people think. Many people look more into what that person has to offer and not about who the person is, so I always think of how others want to see me because I believe more in what people say about me, which I think is wrong. Last, in my
(Albom 103)¨ I agree with Morrie every emotion people go through doesn´t last and we have to learn how to detach so we can live our lives happy and how we want to. One time my parents were going through stuff which lead into them getting separated most of the time that would affect me. But then I got over it because life goes on and you have to enjoy the time you have with the people you love. By me doing this I realized I threw myself into different emotions that would benefit me and I changed my life. Another lesson that Morrie
You might never guess that there is something wrong with me, but there is. I have anxiety, and it is a horrible struggle every day. All that i want to do at this point in my life is to let others like me know that they are not; and never will be, alone. Before I knew the struggles that I would face every day, I thought that life was supposed to be nonstop recklessness and fun. I now know with all my heart that life isn 't that way, that i have to be careful with what
Im clearly sure that i need to work on my study habits, laziness, and my absence. my parents push me a lot to study because they know how crucial it is to do good in school. they want a good life for me. they always tell me you will have time to party and go out later in life but first focus on your education. i absolutly need to work on my laziness thats the main reason why i dont get my work done.