Besides, school wasn't that easy for me because I didn't know English and I couldn't communicate with the people around me nor the teachers. I was the only kid who looks different in my class and has no ideas what the teacher is talking about. It was uncomfortable for me to be around my classmates, but everyone in the class seems to be nice to me because I was the new kid. They didn’t have problems with me and I didn’t have problems with them. As time goes on, I began to feel
In the light of other students not answering, she say she feels that on multiple occasions she has saved the teacher the agony, of no one answering, by speaking up herself. With that in mind Rebekah turned to the students to figure out why they would speak up in class. She was able to get some really good answers that really gave a good insight to the discussion. The students said that “No one listens to each other anyhow…I feel if I talk up a lot like I may be talking to much…The discussions are too teacher-directed—everyone is just saying what the teacher wants to hear” (94). These were wonderful responses that she put in, because it really gave a new view to what the students are thinking and how they feel.
This experience has taught me that new things are very scary but you won 't know what you need in life to succeed until you give it a try. Yeah I might miss my friends and my boyfriend but in the long run, this is my life and I should be thinking about what is beneficial for me. I now have made new friends who have same interest and goals as I do, and I still see my boyfriend at least once a week. The moments may change but the memories I have had in Victorville will never be forgotten. This move was literally life changing but it was for the better, so I thank my parents for bringing me and my family down here.
At first, the differences were so extensive that he did not like not fitting in and not feeling “normal” like everyone else. “It is tough because you might not know the customs or the culture of the country. You have to get used to new way of doing things and a new lifestyle,” explains Sarah Cantrell, Sunuwar’s ELA (English Language Arts) teacher. However, Sunuwar got used to many of the evident differences and he is excited to continue to experience new cultures. Getting used to the way things operate here was one of Sunuwar’s biggest frustrations, but he is adapting to the switch very well.
The moments that may seem small or insignificant have the greatest chance to change one's life. For me, my small, insignificant moment happened sophomore year. Being in FFA was something I did not think could have such an impact on my life. But the moment I decided to run for our chapter office, was a moment that changed my life. I decided to take a leadership role through the FFA chapter, but it has turned into so much more.
For my smart goal walking and strengthens my body I have tried to achieve it for the last many week. for me, for the first weeks I was active and I organize my schedule to help me to work on it, but after eight weeks my schedule start to change and there are many things goes wrong like I didn’t have time because of midterm exams, and the schedule of my classes changed, in my opinion this things disappoint me to achieve my goal and I feel stressed. I learnt from this thing, it needs patience and the right amount of dedication to get best result and achieve the goal. from my personal experience of behavior, before starting thinking about achieving my goal I didn’t have patience and maybe I would do anything to give me quick results in any goal I wont to achieve it, but now my behavior changed and this would help in my future to understand my patients better and help them to achieve their goals by steps and patience. For future as health professional including our society’s expectations of health professionals we need to develop our self and encourage our self and our patience to achieve their goals, and take Responsibility in the Delivery of Health Education.
Out of all the challenges in my life, I think bulimia nervosa has stuck out the most with me. That was a really tough time in my life, everything tasted great but I knew I would eventually get rid of it. It’s like life was mocking me and I probably deserved it. My self-esteem was at its all-time low, when I told my friends they got angry and told me that that was idiotic of me; and it was. I had anorexia before but then they noticed and I had to start eating again.
There was an instance when I printed out the papers to file for emancipation from my parents, but I was just trying to wrap my head around the fact that my life was going to change for the better. It was in this new environment that I had the chance to thrive and become a strong independent person. Moving was a blessing in my life because it gave me so much more than a new house in a new town; it gave me a vast number of friends, a way to adapt to newfound situations and the strength to face my fears. I know how guilty my parents felt for uprooting my siblings and I, but God does everything in life for a reason and sometimes it is difficult to see the bigger picture but once I did it was quite the
They come in search for better opportunities and to escape certain problems that are going on. Although it takes a certain amount of time to receive the right of being in this country, they will do whatever to achieve that possession. It takes a couple of years to receive citizenship, in which they need to have the right to reside in this country. Without it, they might end up getting into conflict with the law and ending up facing deportation. There are kids that migrate here for the same reason and they have an easy way of getting used to their new life here in the United States.
They believed it was a great opportunity for me to get to know the people who I live around and make a fresh start. At the time, I was terrified of having to start over. The thought of leaving all my friends behind. They were the people who I had grown up with, the people who I imagined I would end up graduating with. It was a tough transition for me, but I began to introduce