People are Not Always What They Appear To Be
Sometime people surprise us. Sometime they outright shock us. Sometimes they turn out to be not at all who we thought they were. People are not always what they appear to be; it can be for the best or worse. Personal issues such as gambling, drugs, and alcohol can prove that people are not who they appear to be because they hide their addictions. A second example to show that people are not who they appear to be is how they decide to dress; whether it be poorly or promiscuously. Finally a third example to show how people are not what they appear to be is fist impressions. This can give a false appearance is they appear as someone who is arrogant, shy or rude. Not knowing someone o an intimate level, or assessing someone on how they dress can lead a person to have a false impression of another human being.
The first example that shows how people are not who they appear to be is people with personal issues and addictions. An example of this is when someone appears to be well mannered family person, but in reality, they can turn out to be a total stranger by having gambling issues, or being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Someone can give a false impression of themselves because they try so hard to hide their addictions. Another example is a person who goes to church and appears to always be happy and kind, can sometimes cause a false impression because they are using everyday things, like going to church and volunteering, in order to hide the real person they are. If a person who has a personal issue volunteers throughout the community, such as at the charity events and fundraisers, it can also hide who they are because others will think this is who they really are; some one who helps. Based on a person appearance and characteristics they are not always what they appear to be.
A second example to show how people are not always what they appear to be is with their clothing choices....
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