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Some of my strengths that I bring to online learning is the ability to concentrate more, taking classes online rather than in a school or University in front of or with a large crowd really help me a lot more. They most definitely have their advantages a little bit of distractions here and there but mostly advantages on my end. I am bipolar and have anxiety, (that I have been working on a whole lot more this past year since I’ve found out my diagnosis) People can bring you good experiences and good support through your whole process of completing college to become what your heart truly desires. Good, uplifting, positive, vibes and feedback to make things a lot easier and smoother for you on your journey to achieving your goals and becoming what you desire. As always when there’s a plus more than likely a negative will follow. Attending college at a worldwide university there will be a few who aren’t really as dedicated as you and they tend to cause you to lose focus. Unintentionally at times even. As for myself, having anxiety and being around a large number of people alone will cause me to panic, get distracted, or not pay attention like I do here at home in my own little privacy and comfort zone. Now, that’s one of my weaknesses, not being able to be in a large crowd for a long period of time without having these unexplainable anxiety attacks. Its due to P.T.S.D a lot has happened to me when I was younger and caused me to act and think certain ways. This is another reason why I know going to college and doing these online classes is going to not only help me earn a degree in sociology but it’s going to help me get a better understanding of myself, and why things happened the way they did, and help me help people who are just like I was. To show them they are not alone. It’s more like a passion. Something I desire deep down inside my soul to do. Rather than it just being a job or earning a degree.
The two most important things that I have learned these past 2 weeks by orientation, discussion one and two, getting to know my peers, and director is that we all face some kind of difficulties or minor setbacks that will make it seem a little hard at times or discouraging, but through hard work determination and self-drive we can and will overcome them. We all know that we are not alone. I also realized that we are all joined together this year for a purpose to uplift, and encourage one another even if we never meet in person we all have a connection and that is to better our lives for some reason or another.