It's not that I keep my preference from anyone. Just that I don't talk much about it because I don't want to make a big deal out of it. However, I get transparent sometimes. A little hint here and there. I often do so online because words are the only means of showing who I am. Should someone meet me in person, he/she would be able to tell just after a couple of minutes. I don't really need disclosure. Well, most of the times.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
In Elementary and even up to Highschool, we have the tendency to openly laugh at someone’s error. A classmate would verbalize the wrong answer, or perhaps a blooper in delivery, and we almost automatically laugh at him/her. Some would even go as far as pointing fingers, mocking the poor learner. It is here where most of the bashful students refuse to speak his/her opinion(s) and join the discussion. The fear of getting mocked, ridiculed, or teased. All because of this, somehow innocent, reaction towards another person’s mistake.