WHAT I’M THINKING LATELY
Giving an advice
“What do you think?” he asked. That usually means someone wants my opinion. I told him how I think of his work as carefully as I could. He said, instead of taking my advice, “let’s see how the professor thinks about my work.” Giving an advice is tricky. But I found that by asking what they think is worried about first, sharing ideas may be more pleasant.
I struggle against social validation. Some says that’s how it is, some says my standard is too high. Shouldn’t anyone’s standard be higher than just “fitting in” to the society? Or is it the wisdom we need to nurture to be able to live in symbiosis?READ THIS 〉
The art of being available
It’s surprising to know that my expectation controls what I see and hear. When I expected to know no one in my town, I saw no one around me.
WHAT I’M STILL THINKING
The patterns: labelling, stereotyping, and ADHD
As human, we yearn for meanings and definitions to understand our lives. Our desire to define them with names sometimes leads us to stereotyping but sometimes to a sense of belonging. My recent experience of ADHD test taught me labelling.READ THIS 〉