And well, stuff like that can’t be really avoided all the time but there should always be alternatives. Something else the media does is that it can portray human happiness in perfect physical appearance and in having various monetary possessions. This perception of happiness laying on physical features and money is dangerous because many people try to attain these two features and that’s all they try to do in life, and never really try to seek their own happiness. Thus, students also will try to attain those specific features and will do anything to get them, even if it includes spending long hours in the gym, which can be unhealthy or start developing unhealthy habits like not eating right. Then, as mentors we should be more than a resource to our fellow peers, and instead act upon this problem which the media has thrown at us in order to help our peers to the best of our abilities, even if it’s small talk, it can make a
However, there is a danger in thinking that we can always overcome problems that come up. The ironic fact is that life is not a smooth road. Hence, we need to be realistic about it. Setting a goal that is obviously impossible to achieve will end up frustrating us to the point where we give up on our goals or worse, we can’t move on with our lives. We need an option, and being optimistic may give us false promises or facades to see one thing and create inability to be resilient with the other available options.
“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I've ever known.” ― Chuck Palahniuk. A person will often feel apprehensive when they are not involved and connected to a certain group but this is when we need to understand and learn to be autonomous and not be necessarily dependent on others. This is when we might find ourselves disconnecting with those surrounding us in order to revaluate ourselves. It is of utmost importance to carefully choose the people we associate with, as we are greatly influenced by our own peer group because they can assist in developing a strong individual identity.
Under the supervision of my influencing style, they remain energetic as I never let them down. I take part with them in creating new ideas and share my ideas for their as well. I feel a very good and health combination between me and my team. This pattern of working will bring us at the top of the list by performing well and with a consistent
This is so that these barriers do not put a strain on the partnership and relationship parents and practitioners have. Barriers can lead to the parents becoming more emotional such as anger or show distress about it. Leading onto more prejudice attitudes and having different expectations on rules. It can all spiral out of control if not stopped, which not the help the child would reach their full potential as the child is the main focus, as their wellbeing is one of the most crucial part (paramount) while in the setting. Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning.
The way you tell someone to do something, may be ok to one person, but it could be offensive, or threatening to another. When you offend that person, it is then when you have to be the bigger person and fix things. If not, the work place will not be very comfortable to work in for the both of you and it could effect the people around you, too. Another example in this area would be how you spend your time. Time management is very important in all aspects of life.
Finally, sometimes having advocates or carers can be a problem if the person addressing the special needs person talks to their advocate rather than them. This can insult the patient, as they may feel undervalued or insulted. Communicating through special needs requires a lot of training in order to communicate successfully with no
The idea is a pre-Christian idea, put forward by Aristotle who believed that each action should be followed in its aim to reach eudemonia, being a key feature of the theory and a state of human flourishing. He developed the concept of the ‘efficient cause’, which allows individuals to reach ones ‘telos’ being a final cause or purpose. Cicero further stated that it is immutable in its approach to ethics and ‘true law is right reason in accordance with nature, applied universally and is unchanging and everlasting’. Aquinas studied the work of Aristotle and outlined a key feature of the argument in his works the Summa Theologica where he described the moral factors to exist within the purpose of nature created by God. The eternal law infers Gods rationing of the universe whilst the divine law is based on Biblical and Church teachings.