You can 't really blame the person when they are surrounded by an environment of the same mindsets. Racism is something that I always frown upon so instead too getting mad and pointing blames it 's important to educate. So the wronging as argument with no reason reasoning tend to never lead to progress. “Often causes then to appear;these create for them a frame of reference
In conclusion, phoniness is something you will get eventually. You will start out being true to yourself and others, but then become a phony. Whether you like phonies or not you will become one. In “The Catcher in the Rye” Holden hates phonies, but can 't avoid becoming one himself. It is something you can 't avoid and run away from.
When you think of villains, you often think of the people you despise the most. They have done nothing to promote a stable society and do not have the characteristics of someone who you should trust and believe in. That is where most of us fail. Villains are not seen as harmful, until they are. They pretend to be someone they aren’t, and then once they have you hooked, they will turn on you and show their true colors.
The mental inability to be happy with their choice or to choose whatever. This makes me think, can someone really ever make the perfect choice. The right selection varies from person to person, so even if you’re happy with your choice, a friend could find something wrong with it. This paper made me feel sorry to the people that are slaves to their choices. Thankfully, I fall more on the Satisficers side of the spectrum.
“My skin has betrayed me”. To me self-love is one of the most important things, if people don’t love their own skin then they don’t wanna be in it. To the world, self-love is a rare thing. These days people believe they aren’t worth it. Everyone has insecurities, but in our day and time, those insecurities are exploited to tear us down which makes them hard to avoid.
We should not be prideful thinkers because it will not benefit anybody in any way, shape, or form. Pride is an endless cycle of the way people think of each other and themselves. People who are prideful will always try to make themselves look better than everyone around them, but on the inside there is fear and doubt of what they think others will think about them. When those that get made fun of will have to make a choice, they will stand up to it or will feel bad about themselves. And the people who take it in will start to use pride to make them look better about themselves.
and I wished I was as good as my male cousins. I’ve found myself struggling to sport my opinions in front of people, to share my creative thoughts despite my extrovert character and bold sense of humor. Instead I’ve mastered becoming really observant. I tend to hold onto my feelings which eat me up inside emotionally. And no matter how desperate I am to
I don't feel any compassion for myself and like picking on every little thing that is wrong with me. Because I constantly degrade myself and make myself feel bad, sometimes I can be very bitter of others. However, like Alma I keep it mostly in because I don’t like sharing my thoughts with others and burden them. I don’t really talk to myself because I believe it’s weird.
Sure you can try I did, but my worldview kept bringing me back. You can try to change who you are but you can't change your past experiences and emotions. So therefore my worldview changes and I rightfully think it should. My worldview is based off of strong morals and beliefs, but also an understanding of difference.
These are people who do not feel happy to see other people together and who look for faults in others. They are often condescending and arrogant. Regardless what of one may do to impress them, the critical person will never reciprocate any emotions as they close themselves to the other person. 2. Dependable False Love Approach
You are in fact very rude and unpolite, regardless of having a big ego. I don’t like the way you are. I would change you. I see you differently than you see yourself. I am not afraid of you or your lack of a future job...
Society can often be seen as harsh and unwelcoming, but sometimes it may seem like a necessity to be able to fit in. Many people don't fit into society, but keeping out can be extremely difficult due to social pressures. This is explained in Logan Fey's essay titled “The Sociology of Leopard Man” through his description of the world’s most tattooed man, Tom Leppard, and how Tom affects Fey’s views on society. Fitting in is often seen as unavoidable because of the constraints society puts on us and the constraints that we force on our very own being, but this forcefulness can often be harmful.
Everyone in life wants to fit in because why would anyone want to be left out? However, the fact that we want to fit in ruins some people's lives because of the limits they go to to accomplish our common goal. On the contrary, some lives are ruined by trying to stand out and not staying with the crowd. This is very clearly stated in two very different ways by Guy de Maupassant in the story “The Necklace” and by Ray Bradbury in “The Pedestrian”.