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Thursday, January 24, 2013

I think I've gotten down to the heart of my issues this semester. I do not like talking about myself. Very funny since I write about myself all the time in my blog. I mean really tough questions or talk about me in a high pressure situation. This semester I am working on my resume and cover letter and practising answers to interview questions. That alone is stressing me out to the max. On top of that I have to write journals like, "Thinking about sadness/depression, fear, and anger, which emotions do you find easier to deal with if the student is showing that behavior and which is the most difficult. " or "Think about your relationships with significant others, what are your worst and best personality traits. How would these be displayed in the classroom and in dealing with students?" AAAAAHHH!!!!!!! I realize that it is all good but maybe one of these classes with the journals could have happened last semester. It is just very deep stuff.
Tomorrow I am going to the clinic to see about my breathing. I am really out of breath in the cold. I thought it was because I was out of shape but I am now exercising and it is worse. After I come home I need to get to work on my school work before I really have to go to work. I hope that my day is quite productive. I should try to leave early to go to the gym. We'll see. I might do my workout at home.
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    I hate interviewing. i once took a summer job i didn't like because it meant i did not have to keep going to interviews. looking for work is stressful. I'd rather go to work.
    I don't like being outside when it is really cold that is why i workout in my basement.
    1946 days ago
    That sounds like a tough class. Good luck!
    1946 days ago
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