For like-minded people tend to go into a situation with an open mind. These kindsd of people tend to seek knowledge, not to be right and are very open about their views on situations that are brought to them. The mistake made in life is that people think like-mindedness and relativistic openness are the same, which is not true. Relativistic openness is the belief that all things should be equally valued and accepted. Whereas like-mindedness is being open to all opinion even if it goes against personal
It is merely a reflection of how other people see them, not of the person that they truly are. Because of this experience, I know that in the future I will be able to work and get along with anybody, no matter their gender, color, ethnicity or religion. I know that I have the power to choose the way that I view them and to not judge them by their appearance or beliefs, but to look to their character instead. I also know that I have the ability to recognize that every persons’ different background gives them a unique view/ gift that they can contribute to any given situation. I intend to view every man and woman equally, no matter where they come from, just as the Declaration of Independence states that, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created
* I feel entitled to get what I want from others - whether it 's money, sex, attention or approval. Others 'owe ' me. * I often try to get away with things, such as not having to follow the rules or the law, and I 'm indignant when I 'm called to the carpet. * I see myself as special and entitled to do what I want, even if it 's harmful to others. * I believe I should get credit for what I do and I should be recognized as superior, even if I do a mediocre job.
That means we can’t act completely different than how we would actually want all the time. If we have one thing about our personality that makes us unique to a group of people, and that is the person you feel you truly are, don’t forget it. “We all have a social mask right? We put it on, we go out, put our best foot forward, our best image. But behind that social mask is a personal truth, what we really, really believe about who we are and what we’re capable of” -Phil
We become aware to the acceptance of powerful women, and how even if you are strong it is okay to need help. We learn that not all men will treat us fairly, but when we find the one who sees us equally and treats us with respect then we know to not let him go. Shows like “Reign” are extremely helpful in expressing these lessons and they teach us without making the point of their lessons so poignant and forced that they settle in over time and help us understand more about ourselves and our cultures as we look back on the episodes. In conclusion, I would like to say that I respect Traister’s opinion and she argued her side very well, but I hope that I have made it clear that my views on the subject include women can be strong, but don’t only have to rely on other women for comfort, and men; while they can be sexist pigs; there are some who will treat women as equals and they aren’t just there to be fools that make the audience laugh. Pop culture is changing how we view gender roles and they are leading us closer and closer to finally seeing each other as
Probably not. I can’t blame her when she is easily influenced by society and their standard of “the perfect body.” Society and the people around us shape the kind of thoughts we say and think. I 'm not saying it wouldn’t be nice to see how it would feel to be thin, but am I really missing out? Girls Inc. is the one place I can go and be myself. The one place where I 'm not "too big".
My in-groups are my friends, my families, and cousin. My in-groups influenced the way I see the world by loving what they love and starting to believe what are they believing. Also, we share the same thoughts. The most effects from my in-groups is that I can easily believe them once there is a new case. My out-group are people those not belong to my in-groups, so any one not in my in-groups is out-groups.
What are your strengths and weaknesses in making requests? What could be improved? Requesting my friends or colleagues has never been difficult because I believe that I have the skill to convince people to help me and I also believe that I request only when I consider that it will not be a problem to the other person and I ask them directly if they are not comfortable to tell me so it make them more comfortable with me and there were times when I was told no and always took it easy and that helped me to make more friends. I sometimes very reluctant in requesting people who are new and despite needing their help a lot I take a back step in asking them out of fear of rejection. I need to improve this weakness of mine to be more confident and comfortable with new people.
Well that happened to me similarity as if telling me to stop bringing myself down, to stop calling myself what no girl should be doing. I used to have a hard time trusting people especially boys. But he made me who I am now, I am a strong independent person, a cheery girl know to have a smile on my face, and I am kind yet shy but I am different. I can stand up to anyone that I feel that is doing something wrong to others or myself. This experience has changed me to a better more efficient lady.
Diversity means to have an appreciation or admirations for many different things like sexuality, religion, ethnicity, gender. Each person brings something different to the table. Everybody is different, even twins have at least one thing about it that differentiates it from the other. Nobody is the same and we as people, should embrace and respect that. Inclusion is when you value others and respect them for who they are.
But, I think it’s a lot better to not have that ‘leader’, that way no one feels peer pressured to do something. But I was also similar to you, sort of jumping around from group to group, not being narrowed to only one group of friends. Overall, it was nice because like you said, in every group, you would most likely find one interest that you guys shared and could talk about. Great post!