Please write from the perspective of an 18 year old male.Please refer to the attachment for writing instructions, thank you!Your completed essay must be...• based solely on your own, first-hand personal experience(s)• told from the first-person point of view, using the pronoun “I”• between 750 and 2500 words###b
Learning To Accept Myself And Embrace My Weaknesses
Length: 4 pages (1200 Words)
Learning to Accept Myself and Embrace my Weaknesses
There are the times when I sit alone and tend to rewind my life as a tape. I review my decisions and consequences that came with them. More often, I smile at my achievements. I tell myself, “I knew I would make it. I knew that would work. Wow, I’m good.” I feel good at the thought of the positive achievement I made. However, this changes when I review the negative things in my life, starting with my failures. On the contrary, memories of how I failed results into a feeling of uselessness, and I blame myself that I did not achieve something.
This process taints my mind with negative energy towards myself. I become my worst enemy and question my creator for the events and things that caused my predicament. With disgust, I remind myself of all my past failures, and the process eliminates the thought of being an achiever. I feel I should be ashamed of myself. For instance, this happened when I failed to score better marks than my classmates. Also, I felt ashamed that I was not the smart kid in school, and I did not have friends to hang out with during concerts. This made me feel like a loser. At such moments in life, I tend to hide in a dark corner and avoid people. I interact and speak less, I keep my demons and fear dealing with them, and I accept that I lost.
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