We don’t often reflect back on our life, the person we have become and what the future holds for us. It is only then we become aware of our flaws, and are given a choice to fix or ignore them. Change is an extremely important part of life; in fact, most people would argue that it is the definition of life. People become stagnant and do not grow into their lives if they do not embrace change. Recognizing what needs to be done, reflecting back on our lives and accepting the faults that welcome change, is probably the hardest part, but certainly not without its virtues.
I could not even believe in the least bit that he would do this to me, but as time went on, I changed and kept asking myself if it is for the best to forget about it. Although I did not know why he did such a thing that would lead up to us not communicati... ... middle of paper ... ...am thankful for this epiphany because it taught me how to get my life together and eliminate all the bad people and things in my life to have room for people that were actually going to help and be there under any circumstances. In conclusion, this had been one of the epiphany’s that I experienced that changed my life for the better. Realizing my best friend was bad and influencing me to do bad things was not what I had wanted in a friendship. Like I said, the result of it almost came down to me getting sent away for doing what I was doing.
I have noticed for a while now that I control my emotions. I realize how easy it is to snap out of negativity, even though it may seem hard. In addition, one thing in life that I always strive to remember is that I cannot control everything and that stressing over things that I cannot control is a waste of energy. I went through a small rough patch in my life a couple years ago and finally had to tell myself to either let it go and move forward, or to remove myself from the situation, because continuing to feel the way I was feeling everyday was only going to make matters worse and ruin the best parts of me. When I finally did that, I felt so much better because I made a decision and stuck to it.
I tend to suppress my emotions because I do not like any attention on myself and I would rather help others with what is going on in their lives than talk about what is going on in mine. This is also something I have done for years and is a hard habit to break, but I know it is an unhealthy one and potentially harmful for my relationships and self. I do tend to be driven by emotions and say or do things I do not mean because of something done in that moment. I am learning and trying to be better about dealing with and expressing my emotions because I know this will build healthier, stronger relationships. I am very happy and optimistic when it comes to other people and their situations and experiences; however, when it comes to myself I tend to be a harsher
There was always this feeling that lingered that made things more confusing when I would start thinking that just maybe there had to be something more to meeting him. I wish I knew why the thought of him not being in my life hits harder than anyone else. In my mind it all makes sense. Then the reality sets in reminding me that he chose to leave. But even though there 's a sad ending to this story doesn 't mean that it wasn 't a great story.
After learning from my mistakes and seeing that my families especially my dad wants the best from me, I have to transition myself of making too many excuses/procrastination or even listening to those that keep saying that I cannot make it in life to a well responsible student and well mannered. Nowadays, I put negative thoughts aside and always put positive attitude/thoughts in me. I learned and I grow through the power of
In my life, change came and I had to conquer it the best way I could. I didn’t want to accept change but in the end I found out threat it as so bad if you work with it other than against it. Now when I am faced with a change am still really nervous but I always look on the bright side. I may feel uncomfortable at first, but as I get alone it gets better.
Being abandoned by my loved ones is one of my insecurities, since childhood. Ive been through rough times my entire childhood from being with one parent to another or being on streets all alone. I never thought anyone would ever be interested in me or even if they did, they would use me and then walk out my life. My whole perspective on relationships changed when my boyfriend walked into my life. I thought it wouldn’t last or he’ll be flirting with other girls and what not.
Honesty and obliging, obliging means to be helpful. My parents always have taught me to say the truth, no matter what they consequences were, it would be better so say the truth because one way or another the lie is going to come out and the consequences are going to be worse. To always be up front and fair, with myself and the people surrounding me. Sometimes we meet people that just are not honest, it could be from job, school, business, etc, and it just comes to a point where you just get tired of it and wouldn 't like to hang out with those people, because of their actions. We are all people with the same right and values, all wanting to be respected with fairness.
What many don’t realize is that the opposite happens, and this anger continues to build into rage. These stressed drivers often inflict their anger upon mere strangers on the road, because it's much easier to cause strangers pain and suffering than it is with people closest to you. You could also be a victim of road rage, by Zaidi 2 completely random circumstances. Suppose you were at the wrong place at the wrong time. It seems as if their wall of stress is ready to explode at any given moment, if they pushed beyond their limit.