Being misunderstood could be in with a chance. Maybe ‘maybe,’ but time is running out. The hard fact is that each one of us is totally responsible for the outward flow from our brains (as in what we do and or say) even our thoughts can be projected. When the damage is evidenced we regret what we have done. Sometimes as the words come out of our mouth we are aware, but we cannot stop the destructive flow.
Activity 1: Essay Good communication has the ability to avoid conflict, as well as to resolve it. However, there are many ways in which an ongoing conflict can be resolved. It is always a good idea to make a distinction between the conflict and the included person. This means that you should not blame and make negative comments towards the person. The problem should be clearly stated and you should keep in mind that there is always some kind of positive intention behind people's actions, even if it is poorly expressed.
“When denying reality enables us to continue engaging in an unhealthy behavior (e.g. addiction, impulsive risk-taking, etc.) or when it facilitates the continuation of a harmful situation (e.g. abusive relationship, a job that exploits you, etc.) then it's pretty safe to say that it is harmful.” We want to feel as if we are happy and comfortable so we will often change our perception of the facts so that we can achieve this.
Anger is learned Anger is a bad habit that can be changed with conscientious effort This article is not a lecture because I believe we all have our share of the subject. I want to address a natural emotion that can serve good purposes and sometimes can be harmful to us as a person and/or our relationships. Anger is a secondary emotion, which means it is a reaction to an underlying stimulus. Pain can manifest in the form of anger. Over time, feeling of frustration, confusion, being powerless, discrimination, jealousy, co-dependency, disappointment and so on can make us develop a thick skin to shield ourselves from the actual pain.
The word evil is defined as profoundly immoral and malevolent. The immoral or unethical things we sometimes find ourselves doing are a result of desperation, confusion and anger. Once we realize what our actions have become, we either feel relieved or guilty, afraid of the possible outcome. Our first instincts are to try and cover up our immoral actions with actions that in our minds will fix the problem; more immoral thoughts and actions. Honesty and truth seem so distant in these situations as our desperation and fear of judgment direct our irrational choices.
I think that there are alternative actions that people can take to naturally increase their happiness, and the happiness of our society overall. One major problem with decreasing suffering is that you cannot appreciate the good without the bad (Power, “The End of Suffering”). It is very important to go through struggles in order to fully appreciate good times, and be truly happy when things are going well. Good times would not truly feel amazing if they occurred all of the time. It has also been suggested that a
I think that is it quite unfair to treat everybody universally (as the other branch of ethics) because we are all different personalities and the action which can seem funny for one can be very offensive for t... ... middle of paper ... ...e should response to care and it doesn’t mean than we should do something because we feel that it’s our obligation to do it but because we feel that we would need help in such a situation. In other words we should put ourselves in other’s shoes and have a good will to response for their care. In my opinion give an accurate description of the world and the goals of it are really good. If everyone takes care of others and thinks about their feeling them we could probably be able to prevent pain and disappointing. I think that the goal of every person must be to take care of somebody else just because they have a good will to do it.
Now that I understand the implications of that belief, I can work to repair the damage on myself and my relationships. Ego is something we should really try to get rid of from our lives or minimize as much as possible. Ego is a negative force. It’s totally dependent on outside influences, things out of our control, and it’s limiting to us and those around us. We need to let go of the concept of always having to be right; it’s OK to say we ‘don’t know’ or to admit we’re wrong even though that may go against all we’ve been taught.
When someone has survived something truly traumatic, it leaves a lasting fear that they will always be hurt. Often times they only add to their own pain by lashing out at others and because of their pain being so misunderstood AND because our society is so blind to other people 's pain - they only get back what they put out... hate. As cliché as it is - be the change that you want to see in this world. No matter how hurt you are, break the cycle. When your pain reaches the surface, allow yourself to feel it and then brush it off the best you can.