Title : Taking Life Seriously
Taking life seriously is mostly about Single people are stereotyped as alone and lonely, yet single people are actually more connected to other people than married people are. Single people especially those who are single at heart often savor their solitude rather than feeling lonely. And, research shows that people who like spending time alone are not the weirdo isolate who populates our stereotypes.Single life is sometimes characterized as a stunted and superficial, yet single people are attuned to meaningfulness in their work and in their lives, and lifelong single people experience more personal growth and development than married people do. as the stereotype-defying research described above attests, single people are also contributing to society in meaningful ways, holding their communities together, and experiencing their lives as “a continuous process of learning, change, and growth.”
Wanting To Destroy Everything
Children can be slightly entertained with destroying things. Whether it be destroying a Lego tower they built or insulting people just for satisfaction. There does lie some creativity and kindness that young people are praised for. But the unmentioned side of kids is their desires of cruelty: killing small animals,hurting each other. Young people aren't demons or bad people by any means, but they can definitely be just as violent as any adult at any moment's notice.
(Wanting To Destroy Everything) In this article, it talks about why and how young people enjoy violence. In a teens mind, they are capable of doing great selfless things, but the other side of them can show destructiveness. The article claims that young people have a need to inflict pain, or sometimes hurt others or spoil things. That is usually caused as a response from a feeling of emotions such as being powerless r voiceless in a situation. Since the young mind isn't fully developed and matured, we react different and usually more violent/destructive to situations rather than doing the more mature thing.
This article is basically saying that when a parent or friend says "i'm not angry i'm just disappointed" the word disappointed especially from your parents wounds you.. it doesn't give you that sense in forgiveness. disappointment instead of anger can hurt a friendship.
A Key Brain Protein Fits the Diametric Model
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is a protein belonging to the family of neurotrophins. Which are substances that regulate growth, connection, differentiation, and survival of neurons. Expression of BDNF is regulated in part by brain activity induced by sensory stimulation, thereby contributing to neuronal plasticity, learning, and memory.
Wanting To Destroy Everything .
As kids get old they began to ruin everything they have already built. They become more angry as the become older , because they have more and more actions to care about. Kids these days have more respectability.
The parents depend more on you and make the kid more and more stressed.
This is about kids who bulid things up and tear them down and build them up and then tear them down again. Some group of kids have a falling out.They can also be as cruel and as sadistic as any adult. Its impotarant to know that young people can do bad things too. But always remember their human beings too.
I chose Caught in a Stress cycle. Its about how our generation may not be the most stressed, but certainly talks about being stressed the most. To deal with this, we need to know about self-regulation. Self-regulation is basically about managing your energy into a more positive state that keeps you calm in stressful situations.
- Wanting To Destroy Everything
Young people have destructive ways. You hear more about the bad things they do than the good. Young people have a reaction of spitefulness. It's a human flaw that everyone has
This article "Wanting To Destroy Everything" is about how young people can be destructive. Although not always meaning to, young people can be as cruel as they can be caring. This destructiveness accumulate out of fear. Young people can be blamed for ruining something whether it was them or not. Either way, there is a small part in all of us that wants to mess everything up.
Wanting to Destroy Everything:
The article was about why kids and teens destroy things. It talked about how a young child will build a block tower then knock it down and repeat. It says how we can be as destructive as we can be creative. The story also talks about how we enjoy it sometimes.
This artichle wanting to destroy everything tells you how young people are violent and vicious as adult.
They would destroy something and do it all over again . Young people are different , they can be creative but still have madness inside like killing creatures to deal with pain
Taking Single Life Seriously
research says people are unhappy single. it also says people married will end up unhappy. when yo can be happy married or single. single people are selfish.
The article was talking about the stereotype of how single people dislike being single. The article also talked about how single people favor their solitude. The article also talked about how even if a single person gets married he/she can still be unhappy. Basically to sum the article up you can be happy even if you're single.
*WANTING TO DESTROY EVERYTHING*
This article talks about young people being just as destructive as an adult. We, like other adults have the desire to ruin things.
Young people can be as destructive as they can be creative. They can be patient and loving but also violent and mean. The good thing is that most of the time that the patient and loving side is used the most. When we are faced with frustration, a lot of people don't know how to handle it so they in return act violent and either destroy things or start a fight.
Studies show that single people are often stereotyped. They find it's the complete opposite of what everyone thinks. They often think that single people are lonely, selfish, and superficial. But instead a lot of them enjoy being single, and are attuned to meaningfulness and like to challenge themselves.
1- Twins often provide more emotional support than others and can help each other out better.
2- Since you have a twin. he/she can help you take non risky and more safe behaviors.
3- Twins help the other person adopt more healthy ideas and risks.
4- Twins can help send better and more positive ideas and emotions for the other twin.
5- Since their twins, the other can help benefit each other and give them what they need most.
This article is about self-absorption being a mental problem. People who worry more about themselves are more likely to have a personality disorder. People who have anxiety might self-absorb because they usually over analyze everything, including themselves, which may make you come off as self-absorb.