Overall this book is a great read for anyone willing to learn how to exchange more positive interactions in their life. Some strengths of the read are that it helps give an insight on someone 's personal actions and how they might affect others. Also, the book comes with a complete guide on how to apply what was said directly to the workplace. One weakness of the book was that it was cheesy and felt as if it dragged on at times. Even though it was helpful and informative, a lot of concepts and ideas were repeated constantly.
Some students might not be interested in any of the extracurricular activities that the school has provided. So, students should not be required to participate in extracurricular activities because we are taught to make our own decisions, it can create a lot of stress on students, and some students might not be interested in the extracurricular activities that the school has. First, students are taught to make their own decisions. We should have the freedom of choice, and being made to do something does not give us that freedom. Being made to participate in extracurricular activities does not make a person want to actually do
While this shape of leadership enhances my team to be effeiceint and effective to give good responses toward the change of the world as well as I am serve a *good teacher* to lead my colleagues to achieve the goal, the triangle shape cannot facilitate me well to develop a team with good rapport. For example, while I precieve myself as being decisive and to share my point of views with others enthusiastically, my colleagues always perceive me as a dmoniated/aggressive leader. They seldom dare to voice out their
Frankl explains that as psychiatrists, there is no true way to help and reassure victims but as learned psychiatrists, they genuinely help promote and administer mental aide. All through the article it is informal to comprehend that Logotherapy is client-focused and how to help them beyond all things. The theory appeals to the sensitive side of a reader to appreciate that the career has dissimilar aspects. In final paragraphs of the article, Frankl expresses his obligation to
Conclusion My takeaway from this class, especially in my personal situation, is that sometimes you need to have a more delicate method when discussing a touchy subject. As Blakely and Day (2012) asserted, I was self-centered and provided high challenge and low support (p. 18). This made for a very hostile and defensive conversation that quickly turned into a fight. I will not do that again, I will certainly use some of the things I have learned here to make this a more informative, respectful discussion. There are different ways to get to the ZOUD and they should all start with being ethical in a coaching situation.
In this regard I do not feel free to express myself in the class most of the time, and my language barrier makes matters worse. As I mentioned before teachers could use the weakness of the learner to prove his power or domination. As a student the issue effects my participation to the lesson even effects my self-confidence. Education system defends freedom of self-expression, but does not allow to express the thoughts you have apart from what have thought, that is the proof of lack of liberation that derivation of stultification. How ironically is that we all oppressed students strive to become an oppressor in future in this unemancipated situation!
Being more quiet and reserved allowed my peers to use me as a scape goat for all the “ugly” jokes at that time. What made it the more difficult was that it hurt me deeply to be regarded as an ugly person not because I looked the part but because others have just found a way to see the ugliness in me and found it pleasing to mock me. In fact the mocking actually affected my moral and self-esteem. For many years I had a fear of talking in front of people. No matter how well prepared I would come for a presentation, I would always end up going blank while I am doing my presentation.
Not only that they can challenge the client’s irrational beliefs and help them to think rationally. The ABC model is taught in counseling groups and individual counseling. It is a simple technique and easy to use. It is a powerful tool that changes one believes and thoughts. REBT, using ABC model in group counseling therapy, firstly, the counselors would teach the members about this technique.
The human experience is about having a conscious mind and when students are being forced to be who they are not the idea schools have about them thinking for themselves is not going to happen as well as students who have the opportunity to think for themselves. One article reads,” Mill touches on the idea that humans require trial and error to succeed and individuality provides ‘experiments of living’”(Source B). The text says that as humans we need to figure out problems and situations by doing it on our own and seeing what works and what does not. As a student, we can experiment with something as small as choosing our own clothes to wear. The writer also says,”By ridding these people of self-expression, they are no longer receiving the experience that comes with dressing the way they feel expresses themselves and removes an avenue of individuality”(Source B).
I withdraw from difficult situations to avoid becoming a target. Rather my goal is to always play-it-safe. At any instance that a situation, or conversation becomes uncomfortable, it my usual tendency to shy away, not becoming accountable for any matter that may