Be sympathetic to the views of others. It may not be your viewpoint but everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
There was a party that Saturday. I needed to go to the library to get a head on homework before I went out. I turned the corner as he turned the corner. I stumbled backwards, he caught my elbow, and before I knew it, I was falling for him, I guess. He said he'd be at the party and hoped to see me there. I just smiled my shy smile, said something silly, I'm sure, and continued on my way. Did he notice the blemish on my forehead? I don't know. I never asked.
It is obvious that what may be wrong to me maybe seen as appropriate in the eyes of another. However, we live in a world where many of us have come to accept people's differences in cultures, morals, and
At least once in your life, you will encounter someone with a different opinion than you. You will hit a wall with ideas. Someone will voice their opinion against what you believe, and it will hurt. Everyone can remember an experience where they felt this, and everyone knows how it feels when your opinion is rejected.
In “social isolation and perceived barriers to establishing social networks among Latina immigrants”, Hurtado de Mendoza, Gonzales, Serrano, Kaltman (2014) argues that Latina immigrants who come to the United States suffer can suffer from social isolation that affects their overall health. The study was conducted on Latina immigrants between the ages of 18-70. It condcluded that a repeated factor resoposible for their social isolation was the comparision they made between their homelands and the new envorminet they were exposed to when arriving to the Unites States. The study wanted to acknoweldge the barrieres that are experciended with an unreperesented population, this being Latina immigrants experviening social isolation.
How do you deal with you people you don't like or people that make you angry or just irritate you because they know what they do will make you mad ? what do you do to let people know that you irritated and leave you the fuck alone ? people just don't fucking understand when you are angry that you just want to be left alone. What do you do when you want to cuss people out but you in a classroom and might get in trouble if you cuss them out ?
Do you ever have a feeling like the whole world is against you? Like you weren’t ever given a second chance. In the outcasts of poker flat that feeling is very well known. When you misbehave you don’t usually expect that consequence would be getting kicked out of your community and basically shunned but in this case the consequences of your action aren’t just a warning. What if one day you found out that you and 4 other people would soon be banished. How would you survive?
For an example I was in the store I always go to every day and the manager loves playing with my son when he goes to the store so she was chasing him and he had some chips in his hands this customer which is an older lady said out loud that my son looks like a “criminal” my son is only two years old. I was such in shock of the fact that she even said that. It wasn’t even 24 hours after Trump was elected that this had happened. Since I have been in this class I have started to think about other people point of view and not only look at things in my point of view. I understand that everyone has an opinion and can express their feelings, but I also think that some people should have respect for each other’s and learn when to
The desire for positive social relationships is one of the most fundamental and universal human needs. This need has a deep root in evolutionary history in relation to mating and natural selection and this can exert a powerful impact on contemporary human psychological processes (Baumeister & Leary 1995). Failure to satisfy these needs can bear devastating consequences on the psychological well being of an individual. These needs might not be satisfied as rejection, isolation, and ostracism occurs on a daily basis to people. Although being ignored and excluded is a pervasive circumstance present throughout history across species, and humans of all ages and cultures i.e the use of Ostracism (the feeling of isolation and exclusion) has been
For instance, if we accept that discrimination is wrong within ourselves, then this injustice is less likely to happen, but if we believe that discrimination is right then this injustice is more likely to be repeated. We as humans are destroying our own peace and stability. We are creating division amongst ourselves with this injustice, leading our humanity to be more intolerant, offensive, judgmental, immoral and cruel. One the other hand, one way that this injustice can be controlled is if we change our attitudes and behavior. Awareness and acceptance of differences are crucially important to help stop this injustice. First, we must be more cautious about the way we speak and act, then we must respect other’s choices, wants and needs. One can’t stop this injustice alone but coming together can. Unification is key to overcome and end discrimination. We need to do it for our children, families, friends, communities, but most important for ourselves to create an environment where we can feel safe, free of unequal treatment and unfairness.