In the Harrison Wein’s essay, "Breaking Bad Habits," from http://newsinhealth.nih.gov/issue/jan2012/feature1, the author explains how bad habits affect people’s lives. When we consider the issue of habits, some might wonder is it really a big deal? Harrison Wein’s article addresses this question because it clarifies both the causes and the effects of bad habits and how they can potentially hurt or help you in your future. One may not think so, but habits are a very important part of life.”Habits can arise through repetition. They are a normal part of life, and are often helpful.”
You never know when you'll lose a loved one. People can't sense or predict the future. I couldn't. I never would've though that the death of my great grandmother would have occured so soon. After this, I learned to appreciate every momentand memory I have with people I love. You never know when someone's last day is with you. Coming from a painful remembrance, this i believe: You should never take the mintues you have with someone for granted.
As I began to ponder on what my research topic should be, I found myself really interested in learning about phobias. This topic really caught my attention because I think I personally have a phobia myself but I also have many fears as well, which aren’t as serious. But I think not all “Phobias” are precisely real, some might just be made up. It makes me wonder whether or not “Phobias” are actually real or not. I’m already aware that phobias and fears are completely different. Everyone has fears, but not everyone has phobias.
I had great experiences in 7nth Grade. One great thing was discovering that I was actually doing algebra, it was great to realize that i could do actual math and not just the small stuff that i learned in Elementary School. I also liked knowing that I would be going into a school with mture people, in many other schools children misbehave or are very annoying. 1 thing that I can not say that I will miss is all the work, even though that I got used to it eventually it was still very hard to do. I also will not miss the math and sience tests those were difficult and nerve- wreaking.
What makes a really good post on Youth Voices is your post has to be very well detialed and have an interesting title that someone would like to read. If the title is boring and not catch, who is going to read it? NO ONE!!
I just read a short story, " I Stand Here Ironing", by Tillie Olsen, and I liked it because I think it was really emotional and the mother explained how she felt and everything and it really touched me.