Review of Related Literature and Study
A. Lacking of Confidence
Accodring to Coopersmith (1967) , “self-sonfidence is a personal judgement of worthiness that is experessed in the attitudes that individuals hold towards themselves. It is a subjective experience which the individual conveys to others by verbal reports and other overt expressive behavior.”
B. Adjusting to a New Environment
According to Charles Sturt University (CSU), Studying in another places or new evironment can be very exciting but it can also be challenging as you adapt to new ways of doing things.Studying in a new school means a lot of changes in your life including absence from family and friends, meeting new friends and developing networks, learning new social customs and behaviours, experiencing a different climate and different foods. It will take time to get used to different ways of doing things and to develop a new network of support. You will find new friends, perhaps a teacher, a community member or a flat mate who you can talk to and seek advice. If you are feeling homesick or experience difficulty adjusting to a new way of life, it can be helpful to talk about it with someone. It is comforting to be able to talk to a friend and share your experiences. Your Student Support Officer understands the demands of making adjustments to a new culture and therefore is a good place to start.
C. Being Shy
According to W.H. Auden ,” We all have these places where shy humiliations gambol on sunny afternoon.” A shy man's lot is not a happy one. The men dislike him, the women despise him, and he dislikes and despises himself. Use brings him no relief, and there is no cure for him except time; though I once came across a delicious recipe for overcoming the misfortune. It appeared among the "answers to correspondents" in a small weekly journal and ran as follows--I have never forgotten it: "Adopt an easy and pleasing manner, especially...
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