I was watching a Turkish series with my mother online the other day. She complained now and then about things she considered were not “possible” in real life situations, like some reactions and attitudes.
To me those attitudes and reactions were justified by the situation (comparing what I or, some people I know would do in a case like that) but to my mother those were “illogical and inconceivable”. She said that “real people in a real daily life situation” would not react the way the actors did. Although many times that happens in TV series and movies, the truth is that we would be amazed to see what “real people do in real life situations”.
What could look “logical” to you might sound irrational to someone else. So, do not think that people will react and respond the same way you would. Continue reading →
I have heard so many times that you have to embrace change and difficulties when they come, that I thought I had totally understood the idea. And probably I had, but as usual when it comes to apply our knowledge in real life, things become difficult.
We are all excellent for theory but when practice time arrives, the story is quite different, same thing when giving advice to others, we already know what to say to them in any situation THEY have to face, but when we are in the same predicament, all those answers and solutions vanish from our head. Continue reading →