Sometimes people have their own certain biases and want to support those thoughts without looking at other’s opinions. People should have the courage to challenge their beliefs in order to grow. If a person’s idea can not stand after looking at a countering belief, then is it an idea worth having? People should have the courage to grow their views so that the beliefs they possess are worth having.
This adage speaks to the idea that a person becomes more attractive when there is something keeping the two people apart. The pair might even try to make their differences work, but in the end those disparities most likely cause the downfall of the relationship. Generally, people accept this myth to be true, because they relate it to a time in their life like the example stated above. These individuals felt a need for something new. They could have been bored of their lifestyle, or even just wanted an adventure, but this new person that came into his/her life sparked
Pros and Cons of a Growth Mindset Trying out new things in life and acquiring a growth mindset is an incredible way of experiencing life, even though it comes at a cost. Moreover, it is a definite must for people to act as both individuals and adapt to other groups of people. Being a distinctive individual with your own personal traits while sharing ideas and traits from different types of people truly helps build who you are. While that cost being notable, it should not be enough to deviate from your fun and diverse experience of life.
Learning how to replace the common feelings, emotions, and behaviors, and undertaking different approaches to a situation regarding conflict are two methods of coping I wish I would have known when I was experiencing culture shock, as this would have prevented many of the negative emotions I felt in this situation (Neuliep, 2014). Furthermore, taking a more open-minded approach to different customs and mannerisms would further help delay judgment and rejection to cultural elements I may find offensive or simply different than mine (Neuliep, 2014). This open-mindedness could better assist me in forming healthy relationships with people from foreign cultures, and increase my admiration of the
Freedom I believe once freedom has been won, it can be taken away. If you are being bad or not following the rules, than you should not have the rights to do what you want. Freedom has been given to you for a reason, and you need to use it for that reason. I believe it should be taken away because sometimes freedom shouldn’t always be “free.” You should be limited on what you get to do.
Another vital phase in the process of achieving happiness involves pushing yourself beyond your limits. Allowing your limit may be broken helps to understand yourself. Refusing to push yourself in life can cause individuals to waste a perfectly good life. When individuals break their limits they become adventurous and attempt new things they escape their comfort zone. Although it may seem challenging, the human body is stronger than we assumed.
Like I previously state, being submissive is nothing like to avoid conflicts or not having a backbone towards situations. I think it simply means that it can bring more passion, strength and life to a relationship if it’s received by a partner/Dom with love and respect. I am glad that I was able to understand submissive behavior that can be easily judged but I believe that we have to sometimes have learn to control our ego and not get the best of
However, if we lacked in the sense of being ambitious, many will lose their sensitivity to continue further than their own expectations. To be ambitious means to not underestimate yourself in what you say or do and be someone who is willing to attempt their best in becoming successful.
Assimilating will make you blend in and people would want to be around you because you’re all the same. Acculturating could make you feel left out and some people may want to avoid you. Assimilating means following the host country’s traditions which would make you feel normal. Many people would want to be your friend but sometimes you could still make decisions based on own culture which could
In addition, communication could serve as a tool to improve efficiency within a group to help increase safety in the perilous world. Other things would lose importance completely, such as incomes, technology, and schools, since “moral survival” would become the new curriculum. The things people once valued would be entirely different - rather than education, survival; rather than money, food; rather than friends, one’s self – and not until the diseased world would many, including myself, even question them. In a time like this, the phrase “things aren’t as they used to be” would apply quite
(Summer of 1879) As an African American wife who recently joined the western migration, along with my husband, I am optimistic about the opportunity we have to become landowners. Thanks to the new addition of the 13th amendment, my husband and I are considered lawful freedmen. We now have the right to live a lifestyle opposite of the suffering we endured back in the South.
Today, people have the ability to experience everything life has to offer and treasure strong, supportive relationships—simultaneously. Perry Patetic in his passage argues that living in a mobile society causes people to lose close relationships that past generations did not. The author supports his claim by first providing general information about how mobility affects the world today. He continues by illustrating exactly how it affects people and their relationships. The author’s purpose is to make the reader think about the disadvantages of mobility so that they can change their view on the topic.
“The Warmth of Other Suns the Epic Story of America’s Great Migration by Isabel Wilkerson p. 37 “Everybody seems to be asleep, about what is going on right under our noses. That is, everybody but those farmers who have wakened up on mornings recently to find every Negro over 21 on his place gone-to Cleveland, to Pittsburgh, to Chicago, to Indianapolis…and while our very solvency is being sucked out beneath us, we go about our affairs as usual. ~Editorial, The Macon Telegraph, September 1916.”