How to cope

May 10, 2011 at 4:27 pm 1 comment

The last thing I wanted for my second speech was for it to be as sad and as hard on me as my first speech was. So I tried to make it one of hope.  That though cancer is a scary diagnose you can pull through it and any other stress placed on you. When I was finished I wasn’t sure if it came out right so I didn’t even look at my feedback papers till I got home….all I can say is thank you. Again my fellow classmates were supportive and caring.

I’ve learned that I can give a speech even though I hate to be the center of attention. Speech class has most definitely taught me that we ourselves are our own harshest critics.

Christina

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Entry filed under: by Christina, Group Communication, informative speech, public speaking, Reflecting on Experience, Uncategorized.

Courageous Reflections Phew!…..Wait, that wasn’t so bad.

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  • 1. moroni15  |  May 11, 2011 at 2:44 am

    Cristina, you’re right we are our own worst critics, but that’s what keeps us humble. Your speech was uplifting, you showed how you were able to push through a tough time in your life and had the courage to share it with all of us. To me that shows a strong character and a person who does the hard thing, not the easy thing. Good luck on your next speech and keep pushing forward.

    Mark,

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