While studying in high school, I found out that there was one thing that truly made me feel exceedingly frustrated. That is, I had trouble sustaining a fairly friendly, satisfactory relationship with my classmates, which did cause the damage to my personal feeling and how others felt about me. For example, I found it hard to involve having any discussion with the other classmates, stemming from my inability to socialize with them. In fact, I really like to get along well with them; however, I rarely knew how to start. As it turned out, this consequence subsequently impaired the way I studied, followed by my relatively poor performance in study because of exposing myself to an unfriendly atmosphere. Provided I remain mindless of this issue, the situation may become even worse. Given this point, stated below are some of the solutions I have come up with, the function of which may help bring me back to the right track.
First and foremost, I need to think from the perspectives of others, which is the first step that can be taken to remedy my poor relationship with others. Sometimes, owing to my own obstinacy or prejudice, I might turn to condemn others for their inappropriate behavior, at least on the basis of my own judgment. Nevertheless, what I actually did was found inappropriate and thus must be altered in order that a more objective point of view can be possessed to avoid any unnecessary conflict with others. What is more, I have to be more considerate of others, which means that I have to be more concerned about others’ benefit and position. For example, if they need my help in any regard, such as my participation in group study, instead of isolating myself by studying alone. Only by doing this can I regain my friendship from those classmates around me each day. I am quite sure that those measures highlighted above, once fully implemented, may turn a new page of my remaining study career in high school, in which my life will be imbued with nicer friendship with others.