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This essay will focus on an incident that I have reflected on in my previous critical reflection I shall use this as the basis for this essay and expand on and explore the issues that arise from the topics uncovered During the break of a lecture on genograms I was prompted to give input regarding a conversation that had arisen between two of my peers upon hesitating I was quizzed by the one of them Why are you always so quiet As soon as I heard this I was reminded of my family memories of my childhood were brought up and after getting out of the conversation I was immersed in this line of thought for the rest of lecture I slipped into an all too familiar thought pattern that would sometimes lead to daydreaming but on this occasion it lead to self-pity Although I often disregard such emotions as silly as I find that it is all too easy for me too feel sorry for myself they inevitably creep up on me and catch me off guard This turned into a feeling of anxiety and realization of how my childhood has affected me I thought about the way I had been brought up by my parents and what may have led to the way I am so reserved and quiet particularly at times when my input is required such as in class discussions There are times when I do hold an opinion on an issue that is being discussed but I will not say anything one way or the other I have often made a connection between my upbringing and my present communication problems but never looked at why that connection is there this is something I shall attempt to do within this essay Something that I have done is to feel sad at the thought of how my childhood could have affected me so negatively having produced
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