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The Embarrassing Moments Of The Game Warden

- Throughout my life I have had so many embarrassing moments. The most embarrassing moment that will always come to mind is being chased by the game warden. I have had some close encounters with the game warden, but never this close before. The last time I was forced to call my parents to explain the whole entire night. Being in this situation most teen-agers would consider it to be a bad night, but for me it was more of a long embarrassing night. When the game warden was chasing me I felt scared, nervous as well as embarrassed knowing this night might not turn out to my advantage....   [tags: Shame, Embarrassment, Hunting, Blushing]

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How to Tell That You Are in a Non-Date Kind of Date

- ... You Do Not Go Somewhere Special Non-dates happen spontaneously without the need to plan it meticulously. He just invites you to hang out with him to the usual spot where you and your other friends go out for food and drinks. The main difference between a non-date and a romantic date is that romantic dates are usually carefully planned by the person who invites you out. Moreover, a romantic date usually takes place somewhere special like a formal diner, a concert of your favorite artist, or a new cool cafe that targets couples....   [tags: disappointment, confusion and embarrassment]

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The Things They Carried By Tim O ' Brien

- In Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried, Tim, a veteran who pursued a career as a writer, writes about his multiple experiences and stories about the Vietnam War in which he fought. Although O 'Brien 's book is a post war story about death and battle, it is not considered a traditional-heroic war story, because it is no typical exaggerated and uplifting story that inspires others. Instead, O’Brien’s stories are considered non-traditional and non-heroic because they are true stories with no moral or virtue....   [tags: Embarrassment, Shame, Humiliation, Death]

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Perception And Culture Assignment : ' Fice '

- Perception and Culture Assignment I recently watched “The Office” season 1, episode 2 named Diversity Day. In this episode I witnessed Michael Scott, the boss on the show, embarrass his employees by placing common, but misleading, cultural stereotypes. Though, his intentions were mostly harmless they still caused others to feel uncomfortable feelings of embarrassment, anger, confusion, and pain. This episode shows great examples of how others deal with those emotional and stressful situations from the common stereotypes often placed on those of different cultures....   [tags: Culture, Emotion, Stereotype, Embarrassment]

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Memories Of The Past Memories

- If the world had no memories of the past through the present the world and the people who live in it would be better. Through the past, there have been some distant but fairly new memories that could be embarrassing or exciting. In your past memories there have been some embarrassing thoughts. These thoughts could have been you or someone else. For example, you could have said the wrong answer in class or sent and embarrassing text to someone else, but all those are little things. You could have tripped over the cord at a dance and ruined it or said and embarrassing speech in front of the school....   [tags: Embarrassment, Shame, Humiliation, Thought]

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Amy Tan 's Fish Cheeks

- What does it mean to possess confidence. Confidence is one word that has a vast impact on today’s society. Without confidence one’s whole life could and will be turned completely upside down. The meaning of confidence is having, without a doubt, total belief in oneself. Self-confidence is something that cannot be taught, but instead learned through personal experience. The autobiographical narrative, “Fish Cheeks,” by Amy Tan, is about a fourteen-year-old girl who describes her thoughts and feelings about the minister’s son and reveals to the reader that she is not accepting of herself....   [tags: Shame, Embarrassment, Blushing, Humiliation]

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The Physical Education Hall Of Shame

- The Physical Education Hall of Shame, Part 1 The first part of the series of articles The Physical Education Hall of Shame lists childhood games which are considered inappropriate for physical education classes. The author argues that some games are potentially unsafe, have minimal participation time factors, they are potential to embarrass the student in front of their classmates, and focus on eliminating students from participation. One of the harmful games is Dodgeball. Even though the game involves teamwork, strategy, and motor skills, the game might be dangerous, and also includes the highly skilled students....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Game, Embarrassment]

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Effects Of Age Shaming On Women 's Perception Of Their Bodies

- In today’s society, both women and men are under constant pressure to look a certain way. Yet, it appears that over the course of history women have been the main victims of society’s pressure to feel and look in a specific way about their bodies. Nowadays, when there’s shaming for everything such as, fat, skinny, beauty, and slut shaming, we encounter period shaming. Of all things, menstruation is a natural, biological process that every woman experiences over the course of roughly, forty years, and yet it is one of society’s oldest taboos....   [tags: Shame, Embarrassment, Menstrual cycle, Sociology]

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Social Anxiety Disorder

- Social Anxiety Disorder is one of the most common anxiety disorders amongst the adolescent population. Social anxiety is the extreme fear of embarrassment and daily social situations. This is caused by exaggerated concern with appearance, how a person is viewed socially, and not wanting to be negatively judged by others. People with social anxiety are afraid of doing normal things in front of other people. Feared situations may vary from reading in class, to eating lunch in a school cafeteria, to using a public restroom....   [tags: fear, embarrassment, social situations]

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Struggle For Smarts By Alix Spiegel And The Other Called Brainology

- Before reading any of the articles that I will be discussing with you, I have always believed that not a lot of people had similar learning habits, let alone have a title for it. “Growth and fixed mindset” and struggling to succeed in areas you lack skills in is very common especially amongst Western cultures. As you read, you will see that in my story I had an experience where I came into a class with a fixed mindset and I left the school with a more mature concept, not fully developed and where I’d like it to be, but close enough....   [tags: Shame, Embarrassment, Struggle, I Decided]

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