How to be happy when you feel anxious?

Happiness is a new theme that we focus on in English Literacy. Throughout this seven weeks, I’ve learn a lot about happiness and I really interesting in learning more about it. We did a lot of writings, reading articles about happiness. At the end, each of us got to write our rough draft of “ How to be happy?”. For me, I wrote about how to be happy when you feel anxious? Enjoy reading! I hope you learn something from it.

 

How to be happy when you feel anxious?

 

Have you ever feel anxious, worried, nervous? If so, you’re not alone. Many people face that problems. When you feel anxious, you might feel stuck, unsure how you feel, stress, don’t know what to do. These is a common problem that every individuals person meet at least once in their life. If you feel anxious and really need ways to calm your anxiety. Don’t worry, this article will help to guide you to how you can calm your anxiety more effectively.

Here are some way to help to calm you down.

Find the cause of the anxiety

This is very important. If you don’t know where your anxiety comes from you will never calm your anxiety. In order to seek to find the roots of your anxiety you have to calm yourself first, breathe in and out. Everything you do or feel always have cause and effect. So, you need to understand where your anxiety come from? What causes it? After you ask yourself all of these kind of question you will know more about the roots of your anxiety.

Learn about your emotion and write it out

After you figure out what causes your anxiety. Learn about how you feel about, are you really angry? Then, Release your anxiety out. If you want to cry, cry it out don’t be ashamed to cry. If you want to shout, go and shout it out. You can also write it down on your journal book. Write how you feel about this anxiety. Don’t try to keep it otherwise you will never be happy. No matter you are young or old, don’t be ashamed to release it. All the people had met this kind of problem, it’s normal that we cry.

Talk to the people you comfortable with

Do you have any close friends or people that you can talk with? If so, go and talk to them. Tell them how do you feel? Why do you feel that? Tell them everything you feel. Don’t keep all in yourself, it might stress you. Talking can also help you to release your anxious feeling. It can also help you to a good solution to solve. Sometimes, your friends might give you feedbacks or solution that could help you to solve all that anxious problem. They might have more experience than you. They might find a good way to calm you.  

 

Calming anxiety is not an easy task to do but if you if you committed to do, I guarantee that you will learn something from it as well as this article. I hope that some of this technique or will help you to fight with your  anxiety.

 

Identity Theme

The theme for this round is “Identity”. Some guiding question to ask yourself  are, “Who are you?”, “What make who you are?”, “What are some factor that help to define you?”. I’ve wrote a description of my name. Throughout this round we did so many such as writing poem, writing about the meaning of our name. Also this past few weeks we did read a novel book. Our facilitator has four book for us to choose. They are Wonder, Looking for Alaska, Monster and Outsider. I decide to choose to read about Looking For Alaska book. This book i a little bit more mature, however we still get through it. Furthermore, we also a discussion every week with the team. In a team we have different role to share from the story which are, Summarizer, Visualizer, Inferencer, Symbolizer and Word Detectives. I think this round is great round because it had taught me a lot and I got to know more about my Identity. Furthermore, it help to me to build more of passion on reading as I was a person that doesn’t like to read.

This is “Where I am From?” Poem and The meaning of my name “Leza”

My Name

I am From

English Literacy/ Round 2

In literacy class, there will be a different theme for each round. For this round, the theme was about “ Social and Environmental Injustice”. Basically, the environmental injustice is related to the unfair treatment of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Throughout the lesson, we have done a lot of exercises such as complete the hyperdoc about the minority group map and philosophical chair which is when the statement was given and we need to decide on agree or disagree. Then we will start to debate on that topic respectfully. One more thing that is the bigger accomplishment is every student had written their own argumentive essay.  Throughout that writing, I also learned about how to choose a great topic, how to write a thesis statement and how to cite the evidence and source. I think it’s a great round which all the students get to practice their own writing skills.

English Literacy

In English literacy class, we mainly focus on learning roots. We focus on only two type of root words which are Latin and Greek. Every week our facilitator will give us one of the homework packages. In that homework packages, we have ten new vocabularies and it will show its roots and where is it come from ( Latin or Greek) and what is it mean. For example, memoir, memorialize, memorable and its roots word is mem, it comes from Latin and it’s mean mindful or recalls. In that homework package there also some exercise for us to on which help to understand more about the words and help us to remember it. Every Monday we will have a little quiz about the vocabulary. I think it helps me a lot to learn new vocabulary and also help me to know where all those words came so it can help me to be a better english learner. Sometime when I see a new word I might know what it means by just look at the roots words.