All of my life self-actualization has been something I have sought to achieve- often in the wrong places. While this journey can be quite difficult and tumultuous I would not do anything differently, in the broad sense, as this adventure has shaped me into the person I am today. It is true that I am indeed only 18 which can lead to some potential flaws in reasoning, but I am quite certain that the lessons I have learned are quite valuable. However, the most important lesson life has taught me must be that I don’t need someone else to bring me happiness. Although this lesson was at times exceedingly difficult to accept, once I did my life changed for the better.
The last key value of being caring that I strive to have is to be kind. Something I find important is the value of being kind to all around you even if you do not agree with what they may be saying. This has been a struggle for me as I do not agree with some of the views others around me share, but I find the
They consider them over and done with. They are confident that they can handle what life gives them (“ISFJ Personality - The Defender”). Of course, there are times when I become irritated, but I always try to keep my temper under control. Some things do stress me, but overall I try not to let it bother me. There have been times when I have made foolish decisions, but there is nothing I can do about it now.
Although some people will not ask for my help even though they need it, I will try my best to help them out or at least try. These two values are very important to me because without them, I can lose friends easily or even family trust. I think that people are most likely to associate with me
People have different beliefs about how important companionship and solitude are in life. In general, human beings like to have the company of others, hence they use each other company, which might be the reason why human beings are called social animals. But have you ever wondered what does this mean? or If it is necessary to be in company of others? Now, here comes the role of solitude in life.
Yet, despite any potential drawbacks many households have animal companions as ‘a member of the family’. Reasons for this may be that keeping pets in a family encourages responsibility in children and helps to counteract loneliness in people of all ages and overall when it comes to owning a pet typically the positives far outweigh the
Uncertainty about the future: I have mentioned this as a stress that I cause, but this is a stress that impacts negatively on me as well. I can only do so much. I can work as hard as possible, but that still does not mean that I would be accepted to do what I want to do. I no longer hold my dreams in my own hands. I might have done my best, but there could be someone who has done even better than me.
If you don't have self respect, you don't have much in life. Having respect for yourself means to treat yourself kindly, stand up for yourself, and care about your future. Self respect is very important because you have the ability to be proud of you who are, and believe that you have value as a human being. Being your own person and being happy with what you do as long as it's safe then you should feel satisfied with your life. I believe that people get down on themselves more, and have very little motivation and ambition when they don't accomplish anything on a daily basis.
People often decide to adopt a pet so as not to be completely lonely. There are number of good things about having a pet at home. It is undeniably true that pets can sometimes be a better friend than human beings. They are loyal, loving, appreciative, and friendly. However, having a pet at home can cause some trouble and inconveniences for many people.
I have a difficult character. Since I was a child, I've always been warned by my relatives and friends that it is not the most appropriate thing to say always what you think, but I can't help doing it! Many times, I had to challenge conflicts just because I expressed my thoughts, because I do it in a very direct way! Sometimes I'm quite brutal, and the worst thing is that I don't even realize it. In my opinion I'm speaking normally, maybe not so gently, but in a decent way.