Try to have understanding and compassion with that person. Realize their actions usually have nothing to do with you. Perhaps they are going through a difficult time. We never know what is going on in others lives. This is hard to do and will take practice. Try smiling and moving on directly after this happens. I hope this helps.
- Do you set specific times to study and learn?
- How do you integrate learning a new language into your day to day schedule?
- I can’t seem to find something to study, or learn about once I finish my work. I want to learn, but I can’t find anything to learn about. Can anyone offer suggestions?
- What can I learn/know right now in 10 minutes that will be useful for the rest of my life?
- I’m trying to get better at writing and read a lot. But when I read something great, the feeling I could never possibly compare is overwhelming, it keeps from practicing for a few days. How do you deal with the crippling self-doubt?
- How do you know if you’re stressed?
- How to stay more focused, and not get distracted by little things?
- What do you do if you feel depressed on exams week?
- How can I stop a bad habit?
- How do you find time to read?
- How do you test your learning?
- How much time do you spend learning and studying?
- I want to learn something practical like making clothes, knitting, singing, painting … any book suggestion, youtube channel or whatever?
- Sometimes it is quite hard to maintain my focus on learning and studying. I find myself checking mail, reading social media commentary and avoiding the still to be worked on assignments. What can I do to prevent that?
- How can I stay focused and motivated for a long time?