Because of the way things happened in my life, I find it safer to hide behind a wall than to make myself vulnerable. I yearn to change my instincts and become a more trusting and true person, but change must be coming from both ends. As I try to lower my walls others must learn to accept me the way that I am. Every time I have tried to lower my walls, something has happened to make me doubt the possibility of change. I fear that I will have to live my entire life with this reserve of myself, but with the help of others I can change that.
I seek to try and look at my life as a glass half full, instead of a glass half empty. I also have a few people in my life who constantly bring me down, so I will strive to change those relationships or leave them in search of helping my anxiety and stress. One of the biggest problems I have is the fear of failure, this makes me fear to speak in class, because of what others may think, or trying new things. “take control after a failure” (Huffington Post). Part of my plan will be to tell myself mistakes are a way of helping you achieve a goal.
I need to look at my student through a “Blind veil of Ignorance” as said by John Rawls. What I mean by that is not ignoring the student, but I need to see them through their eyes as well as mine. I need to overcome my own thoughts and biasness to see their views. What I may see as mundane or simple could be the task of a lifetime for that student. I need to be ready to adjust by learning who my students are.
When a person practices these techniques they begin to not only be in touch with themselves, but with the world that surrounds them. When one becomes in touch with his or her spirituality he or she begin to realize that most of his or her life is something that he or she cannot control. A person will become less stressed when he meditates on a decision before making one. When stress is taken out of a person’s life they will live a healthy life. A person must live a healthy life, whether that means they live longer or they feel better about themselves.
It is your choice! You have to control that negative self-talk, get a little more brain power here so that you can transform the way you're dealing with things. You need to move forward in the way that's good for you. You need to take care of you and getting angry is not to your benefit. It throws you off your game, it slows you down from where you want to
Inside the relationship, there are many signs of the abuse. The biggest sign is that you completely fear your partner. Domestic abuse does not start the day that you meet your partner. It can start a week, month, or even years after. If you feel like you are constantly having to watch what you say or what you do, otherwise your partner will become abusive, signs point that you are in an abusive relationship.
I just have to use my strength and hopefully, I can raise it off me. I learned that sometimes it is better to have a little false hope than to have none. Perseverance doesn’t not come naturally to all people but eventually it will come because they will find it. It helps them find their inner self by going through obstacles so that they can be more of a life challenge. I believe that this can change a person who they are because it is something everyone needs to go through life.
He suffers from a paralyzing fear of failure and will do almost anything within his power to avoid disappointing the adults that see potential in him. Generally speaking, the pressure the brain feels is almost entirely self-imposed and internalized. You wouldn’t know it by looking at him on the outside, but inside, the brain is freaking out. He’s constantly worried about the next test or the next semester. Much of these anxieties can follow him late into life if he can’t find a way to balance the chaos going on in his mind.
Do you know how spousal abuse affects a family or the people suffering it? Every day people of both genders are beaten verbally, emotionally, and physically due to their spouses. In these abusive relations the victim often has family that they care too much about to leave them, and the pain and fear they face is unreal. “Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main resources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” –Bertrand Russell.
However, every person goes through a situation in which they experience a moment and has to decide whether or not to be the bigger person and grow up or to be frivolous. When someone chooses to be petty rather than mature, it causes backfire. Eventually the person realizes the error of their ways and quickly regrets it. Many amicable relationships quickly turn odious because people fail to understand that maturity is important in life. I also had to learn this concept by facing the consequence of losing a relationship.