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    Quote Originally Posted by Requeim View Post

    I can't really relate to the "okay next time i will do better and i would" thing though.
    Whenever I get grades/scores in school that I think are low(they're not really low,I'm just a bit of a perfectionist in school), I would say "I would do better next time" but I'm not sure about the .."I would" thing though. It depends on how motivated I am because my mind would say "It's time to relax.." and then there goes my plans for doing better next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riel View Post
    Whenever I get grades/scores in school that I think are low(they're not really low,I'm just a bit of a perfectionist in school), I would say "I would do better next time" but I'm not sure about the .."I would" thing though. It depends on how motivated I am because my mind would say "It's time to relax.." and then there goes my plans for doing better next time.
    first off love the kittie icon awwwe *steal the actual cat lol* and hugs it out pure love for the animals xD.

    xDD hehe see i would adress where i need to improve and gradually do it even something as simple as seeing that i have improved on spelling one word or understand something it would be enough to kinda keep me going.
    it was not like i prepared either it was more like whatever comes my way i'll improve "then" so i just simply loved tackling (? getting lazy lol) whatever came my way heh and reaping a reward soon after (like getting a really good grade or a smilie sticker i remember reading in my school notes i was so upset by the frownie face don't hit me .
    i got mom wrote a note saying " even though i know it wasn't personal she came home and was very upset about the frownie face on her notes to go home" xDD.

    i do realize a tendency to get discouraged easily if i'm showing no signs of progress i really beat myself up for it too but as contradicting i'm being right now i knew also how to let go of that stupid book or paper lol and just let your brain go *sighs*

    i unfortunaly feel like i'm loosing touch with that side of my self (stupid adulthood jkjk wouldn't trade this for anything lol even for my childhood got so much more liberation now right riel? * i bet alot of adults agree on this note though too heh *
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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