free to talk 11

Unit 11 :




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free to talk 11

In our personal lives, we face challenges that test our emotional mettle — injury, illness, unemployment, grief, divorce, death, or even a new venture with an unknown future. How would you face a new challenge?

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Why might we want to build more challenges into our lives?

If you don’t have challenges to face and risks of failure to confront, you won’t change. When we face trials and challenges, we’re often called upon to adapt and change in some way. Challenges can be nuanced and typically entail a certain degree of difficulty (or they really wouldn’t be all that “challenging” in the first place). We usually cannot take a familiar approach to addressing them.

But if we don’t change, that also means we won’t improve. We need change in order to grow and become better versions of ourselves. We can’t develop very much as people by holding fast to the reins of certainty and stability and never testing our limits.

Source : Navigating the Knot

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Share your ideas with your tutor by answering the questions.

1.What is a challenge you faced?

2.What kind of challenge would you like to try?

3.Some people think that facing challenges improves a person. Do you agree or disagree?

4.Do you think someone is a better person after they have been through a challenge?