Less Pressure, Better Life
Pressure is a serious problem in today's world. Students in our class are under too much pressure. Some students can't get on well with their classmates, while others may worry about their exams.
I'm always under pressure, too. My parents want me to be the top student in class. So they send me to all kinds of after-classes at weekends. Last Monday evening, I had a talk with my mother. I told her I was not lazy. I really felt tired. I needed time to relax. My mother agreed with me at last.
So I think a conversation with parents is necessary to solve the problem. That's all.
At a fast-speed society, every one of us is exposed to great pressure in both life and work. Therefore it is increasingly important for us to learn how to cope with pressure. In my opinion, the best way to cope with pressure is keeping a good mood.
Keeping a good mood is important because it can help us solve various problems in life. The following two situations can enable us to clearly see how a positive attitude helps us cope with unpleasant things. Take English learning for example. In our effort to grasp English, mistakes are inevitable. From one perspectives mistakes are annoying, but a positive attitude can make us realize that only through making mistakes can we make progress. Sometimes one may come down with a serious cold, feeling depressed. But a change in attitude will enable us to look at the thing from a positive perspective. The illness will teach us the importance of health.
As we can see, a positive and happy attitude can help us deal with mistakes in the right way and find comfort in time of sorrow. Its importance must be paid more attention.