Reflection/Perspectives

Don’t air your grievances

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Complaining will just make you feel worse about yourself. There is no way for you to improve your situation, and there never was. Words like “complain,” “moan,” and “groan” imply the presence of negative emotions, which hinder decision-making abilities. They will simply make you feel worse in general. You’ll never be satisfied with who you are, what you do, or the outcomes of your life experiences. If a person has a tendency of frequently moaning about their situation, it is conceivable that this conduct will have a negative affect on their immediate surroundings. Stop murmuring nasty words, crying, or moaning the moment you realize you’re doing it. Everyone who has a habit of complaining should make an attempt to change their behavior. Don’t be the one that ruins the mood and wastes everyone’s time by pointing the blame somewhere else. Don’t let rage and resentment consume you. Remove yourself from the bad people in your life. Having a grudge and behaving harshly all the time is bad for one’s health.

Until now, I’ve always been the kind of girl that expresses her true feelings at all times. Individuals seem to be more likely to criticize the flaws in the character of others than applauding their successes. People will rather engage in backstabbing and gossip than study and seek knowledge that might help them advance in their careers. This is due to the fact that individuals like the attention that these activities give.

For example, if a student disagrees with the tactics and directions I offer, they should feel safe approaching me with suggestions rather than complaining to another instructor, who may or may not be able to help. Instead of yelling, they should provide solutions. But, as a teacher, I try to see the bright side of things, and I am aware that, despite what I have accomplished so far, I should take advantage of this chance to analyze how well I have done going forward in light of what I have accomplished thus far. My students do not always grasp what I am attempting to express, no matter what I say or do. In most situations, there is a substantial gap between their and my expectations. They are supposed to be more accessible than ever before because of their new position as graduate students. This may be accomplished in one of two ways: just dropping by an office or booking an appointment. It’s just clearing up any misunderstandings and finding for helpful lessons to take away. A power point presentation concludes learning, and all that is needed of a student is to read the notes on the power point. Real learning requires a large amount of effort on our behalf, in the form of both time and effort, in order to establish a firm foundation of knowledge on the subject being studied.

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