People often say “its his/her loss, not yours”. This may be quite true but what if it is your loss? What if he/she was the very thing you ever needed. The only person that gave you so much joy and happiness even though they’re not doing anything, even though he/she’s just sitting next to you, not saying a single word, yet you feel all the happiness the world could bring.
How many times have you allowed your acne to affect social aspects of your life? Maybe you cancelled a date or called in sick to school or work to avoid the embarrassing looks or comments that may develop. The only thing worse than a sudden and rapid breakout is the scars that these breakouts can leave behind. Try these tips to reduce scarring:
Traditional ways of learning required a teacher, a chalkboard, a desk, a ruler, pencil, and a textbook. A teacher with a stern, professional posture stood before the room with barely a smile on her face as she taught her class. This was the image seen in many movies and some adults actually had her in their class many years ago. She or he may have conducted a rather boring class, spending a lot of time talking over your head or talking to the chalkboard. The teacher restricted the class to textbook studies only and quizzes and tests every week. Every now and then it was a real treat for students to watch a movie in her class, even if it was boring and the film jumped around on the screen. As for field trips, forget about it, students were lucky if they got to have an additional recess from time to time. Then when test time came, the worksheets seemed to be as old as them. Oftentimes a student, with a raised arm, would say, “I can’t read number 15.” Then other students would nod or murmur in agreement. It would be a long school year in Mr. or Ms. XYZ’s class.