Critical Thinking Essay

Submitted By COOKIE200
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I choose “Do you readily seek help from others when you need it?” as my question for this assignment.

On reflection, I find that I often chose to try to solve a problem myself, rather than seeking help from others. I think that this has been true for most of my life. I don’t think this stems from a view that accepting help is bad, but rather I feel that other people have their own problems to deal with on a daily basis and I do not need to add to their problems by trying to have them solve mine. I can change my position on this if I find that I cannot resolve an issue on my own. I am not too proud to ask for help, I just feel that I should try to find my own solution before bothering other people. For small issues, I am sure that I can find my own best solution. I do make mistakes by being so independent, but I can also learn from my mistakes as I go along. This approach has made me more successful in dealing with my issues, since I depend on my own judgment and have to rely on myself a lot of the time. Sometimes, my experience even teaches me that I will be better off in a similar situation in the future if I ask for help when the situation arises.

How do you go about solving personal problems?

Problem solving is one of the most essential skills in life. Regardless of who you are or what you do, you will face obstacles. How you deal with such challenges will often be a determining factor in how successful you are at life. While problems come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, this article will give you some tools to help find solutions. Personal problems are destined to hound you as long as you breathe the breath of life. What I'm saying is that problems are the stuff of life. But the funny thing about problems is timing. They always seem to crop up when we least expect them to. In addition, they seem to crop up at very inopportune times. Before I could solve my personal problems, I had to ask myself these questions; The most important question that must be answered is this. Do you want your problem solved? It's a simple, first approach; but a very necessary one. What if you would rather things remain as is? The best…