People say that dog is man's best friend. Throughout the history of mankind dogs have earned an important and appreciated place in people's hearts showing them unconditional love and support whenever they need them. Generally, people like animals, as I do too, but of all possible pets to choose I would always choose a dog. With all my will, creativity and delight I chose to write this essay about dogs because lately I have been wanting to get one very badly. My fondness of dogs appeared in my childhood.
I can’t let people see the pain inside of me for fear that I will be even less accepted than I am now. I think a lot of my feelings of aloneness and semi-depression come from losing a few friends of mine who used to be really close to me. You learn to trust people, and when they leave and they are no longer there for you than their being in your life could cause more harm than good. I had a different best friend almost every year during my childhood. I met my best friend when I was 3.
Man’s Best Friend Who do you consider your best friend? Is it the person you grew up with? Is it your husband or wife? For many it is someone that is always they’re for them when sad or lonely, or when one needs to talk, cry, or laugh. However, thousands of Americans are turning to their dogs for a favorite companion.
One woman told me: “First puppy from the litter that comes to you should be your pet.” I listened her advice and chosen that puppy. He was chubby and slightly clumsy. While he was running toward me he was drooling but he was also smiling like he was happy to see someone new. At that moment I was happy that we decided to come. When he came to his new home he explored everything.
That is why you will see many dogs sleeping under a table or a piece of furniture. The dogs need a safe area to call their own. Puppies learn from their mother that they should not soil their sleeping area. (Bohnenkamp) The Puppy's Arrival The puppy must have positive associations regarding the crate. The crate needs to be comfortable for the dog.
A Dog will make a great greeter to guests to your home, and there is an extra added social component to owning a dog, especially a “cute” dog: cute dogs attract women. For you, my friend, whose social skills could use some colorful reinforcement, an attractive supper friendly dog might bring you the same in the form of a woman. A dog is just the right ticket for you! Dogs are comfortable pets to have around. Physically comfortable.
For some reason, once I got to high school, I stopped caring about being organized and my motivation dropped the second I walked through those doors. Even as a freshman, I found it hard to concentrate in certain classes because I did not want to be there. I got my first C my freshman year to ruin any chance of a 4.0 GPA. My sophomore year, I missed a lot of school due to an ACL, injury and it was hard to come back and catch up on all my work. On the bright side, sophomore year 's homework wasn 't as vigorous as senior year.
I was very depressed during that time so I stayed home all day and listen to music while doing homework to relax my anger at what my parents had done to me to be forced to leave my best friends. After I had stayed in Eagle Rock high for months, there have been so many clubs to join yet I did not join any of them because I felt that I did not adapt to the school environment enough yet to be able meet new people in my high school. After my second semester ... ... middle of paper ... ...tainly cope with our feelings in many ways because it can make you become a better person the way the artist describes people in society. For example, lyrics has real meanings behind the music, it’s just not about the remedy and harmony because music has its own soul that would help people with their personality. Music is the key to understanding other peoples’ lives because they might have the same life experience as you.
However when Grade 6 rolled around I noticed that many of my peers had begun to put effort into their assessment pieces and their effort was beginning to outshine my natural talent. Grade 6 was also the first year in which I did not receive a letter to the Awards Night, which left me disappointed. Once I moved on to Middle School I was selected into the Academic Enrichment POD, also known as Grevillea. Unlike Junior School I was surrounded by 26 other students who had similar or higher intellectual ability to me, therefore instead of the top of the class I was one of the top 5-10 students. Although this was not a poor result, I was unfamiliar with the situation and feeling.
I had great grades in high school, I volunteered many times; both inside and outside of school, I always helped around in my school administration whenever help was needed, and I always dedicated a month of my summer just to help my school give out the school books to students and sell the school uniforms. Doing all those things and being rejected made me feel like I was nothing; like what I did in my school life was all a waste. After taking all of those things into consideration, I still got rejected because of my SAT scores; which is why I genuinely believe that colleges should admit students using criteria other than their SAT scores. “The world might improve if we deliberately and systematically selected students not only for their knowledge and analytical skills, but also for their creative and practical skills – and their wisdom.” (Sternberg, 2010). This quote is something that I truly and deeply