Adversity Blog Reflection

I learned from reading my book and from hearing what my peers have said, that adversity comes in all shapes and sizes. I think that adversity has many ways to be overcome. All people overcome adversity differently. Some people have to reach out of heir comfort zone to get out of the adversity and some people have to go too far into their comfort zone. Adversity is a hard thing to over come but if you have the support and people around you to help you out, it will be easier. When people have adversities, they need people to help them out even if they seem like they don’t want help. I think that adversities are things that need to be overcome to help people move past hard times and to help them figure out who they are. I think this because if you don’t move past an adversity, the feelings could just pile up and stay with you until you face the reality of it. I know that facing adversity can be challenging because it makes you face hard things that you don’t want to deal with. With what Eleanor had to go through, I feel like it was good for her to have someone like Park to help her through her difficult time. Even though Eleanor didn’t want anyone to know about what she was going through, I feel like she needed someone to help her get it off her chest. Adversity can be scary and it can be hard but the people you have around you to help you through it, are who helps you through your difficult times. People need encouragement to get through difficult times to help them to want to keep pushing through the adversity. People can help you even if you feel like they can’t. They can encourage you and push you to keep going even if you feel like giving up.

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