Careless Themes

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For the graph above there are multiple common themes. One of the common themes is carelessness. All the characters that I chose in installment all have carless as one of their trait. I think this is a reason I chose them because, in most occasions the characters act careless when they are helping others. In my opinion, it takes a lot to help others and not put attention to avoid harm for themselves. According to my results in installment two, my acquaintance also saw me to be high in carelessness. I don’t think of myself to be very careless by putting my life at risk, but sometimes I don’t pay enough attention to what I do or say. Sometimes I don’t think of the consequences of my actions. Confident was also a theme that is very common in my graph. All the characters from ACT 1 have the quality trait of confidence. I think this is because the characters I chose all play the part of hero’s in some way. Confidence is important to carelessness because to be able to maintain carelessness it is common for a person to be confident in their actions. Confidence is also one of my constructs from ACT 2. A reason for this could be, that I like to …show more content…
This assignment showed me that I am not as self-confident as I thought. I also didn’t think I was carless, but this assignment makes me question this. I feel like I am someone who my friends and family can rely on. This would make me think I am confident in my choices but most times I question my choices and sometimes even regret them.
I do like how I see life at this moment. I feel like I’m in a position where I still have a lot of opportunity go do what I want. I am focusing on graduating school. To graduate college being self-confident can make it easier to accomplish my goals. If I question myself too much it’s very hard to accomplish my goal. To do this I have people in my life to rely of if I need to. I also try to stay positive even in a bad

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