Free Essays on A Difficult Problem Or Situation You Have Overcome In Your Life

  1. Optimist Creed

    natural for us to wish that we could be free from problems and trials that life brings. But since we do not live in a trouble-free life, we need to know how to respond when trials and challenges come our way. Trials will either make you stronger or drive you to despair. In order to withstand difficulties...

  2. True Strength

    come from your physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” In other words, when you face an obstacle in your life that you feel you can’t make it through and you’ve given up all hope, there is an unconquerable force inside of you that gives you motivation and true strength to overcome that situation...

  3. Friendship

    plays an important role in our lives, to a large extent. Friends can help you find the meaning of life by helping you overcome challenges. They are people in your life that care for you and they simple add joy and meaning to your life. In some cases it is short and finds its end quickly, while in other cases...

  4. homour in real life

    INTRODUCTION Your sense of humor is one of the most powerful tools you have to make certain that your daily mood and emotional state support good health.”Humor is the tendency to look at things from the mirthful or incongruous side. It is the quality that makes something laughable or amusing. Humor is...

  5. Friendship

    relationship of a mother, father, sister, brother or any of the other family but still it is one of the best relations an individual can possess. People who have true friends consider themselves as the luckiest individuals on earth. “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art… It has no survival value;...

  6. Psychology

    the patient is no longer leading a “full life” resulting in a sense of emptiness, which has triggered the many symptoms she has stated to have been experiencing. In Jackie's case it appears using positive psychotherapy will be successful in helping her overcome her depressive mood and the downward spiral...

  7. american values

    Alan Phillips Date: 11/29/2013 The Pressures of Being a Student You must be a person with good studies if you want achieve your dreams, for example when you being a student in other country, you should overcome to all your pressures tha are implicated. Which are the common pressures of being...

  8. Produce a Report That Explains Why Employers Value Particular Employee Attributes. Include a Table in Your Report That Summarises Your Findings.

    in some jobs, you might be more successful if you blur the truth sometimes, put a spin on something’s you want people to hear rather than tell them the complete truth, a job with this as an example would be an estate agent. Hardworking & Determination Personal attitudes are difficult to learn, instead...

  9. Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations

    the most. When confronted with problems, humans tend to use habits of mind to overcome difficult situations. Though there are various resourceful Habits of Mind, applying past knowledge to new situations is one of the most vital. As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, Life is a succession of lessons which...

  10. Always Keep Your Head Up

    2008 Dollard Always Keep Your Head Up “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” - Winston Churchill. I am the optimist Winston Churchill is referring to in this quote. If you were new to my school and you wanted to know more about...

  11. Strategy Five

    with the individual’s egocentrism. Egocentrism is defined by the author as an individual thinking biased in one self’s favor. For example, when situations arise and the individual instinctively tries to think of solutions that will only benefit him or her. The individual should stop and questions himself...

  12. Outline the Main Features of Virtue Ethics

    ethics and instead of looking at how you can work out the outcome of a situation, it looks at how you can become a better person. It is a teleological argument, meaning it focuses on the end result, which is becoming a more virtuous person. To be virtuous you have to find a thing called the golden...

  13. Overcomig Glioblastoma

    dangerous brain cancers, one’s estimated life span is 12 months and so many things in their life change whether it’s for the better or worse. Although with different types of treatment and a little hope people can overcome this kind of adversity. Anyone can have Glioblastoma and not only does it affect...

  14. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    People can usually overcome and learn from their experiences but then again there are some people who are so shattered by what they experience it starts to overcome and take their lives away from them in one single grip. Fear can engulf your mind, body and soul. What if all you could do was think about...

  15. Suicide

    Greg Essman English 101 Research Paper Have you ever felt like taking your own life and just throwing it all away? No matter how nice a person’s life is, there are often times where a person feels overcome by feelings of disrepair, doubt and hopelessness. The majority of people either push these feelings...

  16. Certain

    turned into something good. The way you look at the situation negatively you don’t have any hope that the outcome would be positive , but if you look at the situation positively you would have a better change at being successful at what you do. In my lifetime, I have seen many ways an obstacle or disadvantage...

  17. macbeth research paper

    Imagine seeing objects or hearing voices that are no there, or reliving a traumatic experience over and over again. All of these things get in your way of thinking and you cannot go through the day without thinking normal. The notion of mental disorder is depicted in The Tragedy of Macbeth. The two characters...

  18. How to Overcome a Fear

    How to overcome a fear Everyone have fears and phobias, and sometimes it is really difficult to overcome these. Fears and phobias are not hereditary; they are acquired throughout life by the association of scary experience with an object or situation particular. Also, they can be purchased to avoid...

  19. List of Self Help Books

    (1996) Marcus Aurelius Meditations (2ndC) Martha Beck Finding Your Own North Star (2001) The Bhagavad-Gita The Bible Robert Bly Iron John (1990) Boethius The Consolation of Philosophy (6thC) Alain de Botton How Proust Can Change Your Life (1997) William Bridges Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes...

  20. Economic Class

    Economic “Class” ” What barriers make it difficult for the poor to change their economic class?” There are several examples that can be given and this paper will outline some of the reasoning. Barriers can be anything from inherited social standings, to birth wealth, or even geographical locations,...

  21. How to Overcome a Fear

    courageous people, to have fears, which are the body’s bad emotional reactions to something frightened. However, when fears limit people’s everyday routine and keep them from living their life normally, it is time to take control, which is not an easy work. Most people want to overcome their fears, but are...

  22. Lesson Plan Paper

    under stress, it is usually more difficult to solve problems and make decisions. Student will fill out work sheet and share response with others if he wants to. Teacher will ask questions: 1)Were you aware of these signs of stress 2)Were you surprised at how you checked the various signs Guided...

  23. NR305 Milestone

    Course Project Milestone #2: Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan Form Your Name: Kayla Bright Date: April 10, 2014 Your Instructor’s Name: Professor Hudson Directions: Refer to the Milestone 2: Nursing Diagnosis and Care plan guidelines and grading rubric found in Doc Sharing to complete the information...

  24. Stage Fright

    how you think, feel, and behave when you have got stage fright. Also, we expect to have your good advice on how to overcome the stage fright. Please answer the items as honestly as possible. Your cooperation in completing this questionnaire is greatly appreciated.  Questions: 1. Do you have stage...

  25. Happiness: Clearing Your Perspective Lens

    Clearing Your Perspective Lens Those who are happiest, never have everything; rather, they are thankful for everything they do have. In an ideal world, everything would be perfect for each of us. There would be no restrictions, no hardships, and no sadness. Unfortunately, such a world is unattainable...

  26. Great Leaders Are Strong and Courageous in Tough Times

    and dreams, there will be tough times. These tough times come from situations and problems within our families, businesses, jobs, and in our own personal lives. The secret to your leadership success in these difficult situations is for you to be strong and courageous during this process. "I am not talking...

  27. What Are Challenges?

    Never underestimate your problem or your ability to deal with it. Robert H. Schuller What are challenges? Challenges are tasks that require subject expertise, creativity and focus. What motivates a person to take up a challenging job? Challenges are necessary in order to grow as individuals; they...

  28. Essay of Poem Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

    understand the literature, it must be read slowly and using all the senses in it. Literature could teach us several things to understand life and their situations. The purpose of this writing is to discuss a literary work through a personal experience. The poem that will be discussed in this essay will...

  29. Real Life Expereince of Solving Problems Logically

    Dipali Gandhi 19 June 2008 A Real Life Experience of Solving a Problem All of us face problems in our day-to-day lives, whether simple or complex, personal or official, or expected or unexpected. Some of us try to find solutions without wasting time, some worry; while some panic and blame...

  30. Copy and Paste

    run to 4 ounces. But when that badge is pinned on, there is a weight unknown to most law enforcement officers. The true weight of the badge is not overcome by muscle, not found in the gym, not measured on a scale. This weight requires a strength and conditioning for which few officers are trained. The...