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Ridiculous Behavior in English Conversation Questions

Last updated on November 12, 2022 by with 26 Views and Reading Time: 7 minutes
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    • #110576

      When you show ridiculous behavior or do something silly, do you expect others to laugh at you? Do you get upset at their laughter or mockery?

    • #110590

      Being laughed at can hurt feelings, especially when the person laughing at me is a friend or family. firstly, I can pause and think about myself and dealing with my problem. If I get upset, I do not engage myself in negative self-talk. I do not pretend to be fine and nothing had happened. I try to think about my mistake and solve the problem.
      on the other hand, I can not control others behavior and stop them from laughing. But I can control my actions, feelings and what effect on me. I can choose to walk away from them and be kindness despite their rude behavior. Sometimes, others mocking me because they could not understand me. therefore, I focused om my own way without thinking about their opinion because I do not need others approval.
      In all, our actions related to our thoughts about ourselves. we could not control on things happening, but we can determine how we view ourselves.

      • #110620

        Your logic is extraordinary! Unlike the past, these days, I’ve learned how to ignore negative criticism if I find it discriminatory and unfair. I can immediately shut down the over-analytical part of my mind dealing with self-doubt and negative thoughts about myself.

        * firstly = Firstly
        * I can pause for a moment / minute (pause for)
        * I do not pretend that nothing has happened
        * On the other hand
        * others’ behavior
        * actions, feelings and what / whatever that affects me (affect as a verb)
        * and be kind / practice kindness
        * others mock me
        * others’ approval
        * Therefore
        * our actions are related to / relate to
        * we could not control things

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