When you lose interest

I had an interesting thought. When I lose interest is a class, discipline it is often not that I have learnt all I can (which is sometimes the case however) but that I don’t get to learn in my own way, apply my own techniques or ideas and take things forward in a way that I want to. Therefore I become isolated from the group just like what happens often with me in group work. I lose the passion that brought me to the subject to the first place and I disengage; losing touch with important ideas and feelings. Of course sometimes I write something and I forget how I was thinking and feeling when I wrote something so time itself can make you lose touch as well (which is why it is important to write down ideas clearly). It can be sad to say goodbye to something you thought you has much passion in but maybe its not too late to revisit it.

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2 thoughts on “When you lose interest

  1. Alex

    You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I to find this topic to be really something that I think I would by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely broad for me. I am taking a look ahead for your next submit, I will attempt to get the hold of it!

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    1. Winterrabbit Post author

      Hi, thanks for commenting. I guess life isn’t always that simple and when writing something like this by simplifying you get a clearer more coherent message.
      Though when I look back at what I wrote I think actually I probably missed out a few things. Also for me when when I get isolated from a group it could be a lack of certain specific social skills as well as sometimes not matching up to the right sorts of people. But I do think that each and every person has their own way to do things and its important for everyone to explore things in their own way. I hope to post again soon when I can as I have many ideas.

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