Since when did growing up troubles and many complaints let me vent out. This topic, a kind Xin Qiji, once said: "you don't worry about the taste of youth". Maybe he was carefree in his youth.
With the continuous development of history, more and more troubles have been left to us. In the process of growing up, I have a lot of troubles around me, and most of the things have to be talked with my parents, Not only because they will talk for a long time, I can't say a word, but my ears can't stand so many words, so I don't want to let my ears tell my parents that he doesn't want to suffer. However, what I want to say is that I have to write in a Book every day, and after I write a diary, I can enjoy it for myself.
In order to solve my own problems, I start to go smoothly, but I think my parents read it It's uncomfortable to get up. I have a few things to hide from them (indeed, some of them obviously don't want them to. That day, I went home from school, finished my homework, and got my diary according to the Convention.
Suddenly, I found that the diary was moved. I suddenly got angry. What I wanted to know was that I came out of the bedroom and asked them if they had seen my diary.
They said it was legal Not everyone knows me. It's their duty. I can't take it anymore.
I just want to have a blue sky. Why do you take it so selfishly? You want to know that I come back to my room and feel like I have nothing. Alas, why do parents always want to know that we have grown up and we don't want us to have our own ideas.
Alas, our life is full of seven colors of sunshine, but even though In the sun, it is inevitable that young people with short clouds will have some lingering troubles. These troubles come from life, from learning, and from the communication with students. However, it is not terrible to have troubles.
The key is to correct them from now on. Let's eliminate the troubles and mature with colorful dreams.
When we were young, we were eager to grow up, so that we could break free from the dogma of our parents, and even left them far behind from childhood. We had to accept the instruction of teachers in school and endure the rambling talk of parents at home. These are the troubles of our growth.
In addition, learning, friendship, and sometimes campus love may trouble us, but as we grow up, we gradually find that the things mentioned above are not painful at all. For example, our brother, we may not be sensitive to happiness, and gradually lose our happiness, so we can hardly laugh from our heart. However, no matter what happens in our growing process, they are all part of our life.
We must accept them actively, and do not let pain hinder our happiness.