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Personal Response: "Putting on a face to meet a face."

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Writing Folder #1. Personal Response: "Putting on a face to meet a face." In the world today, many people feel that they need to act differently around others to be liked. The personality of a person is changed when they meet someone new or someone who they haven't seen in awhile because they feel that they are not comfortable with themselves or because they want to hide their true personality so they look almost perfect. There are also those who are very shy and don't talk much compared to the way that they were to talk if they weren't new. ...read more.

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When it's the first day of school and a teacher first meets her new students they usually see little angels, but that all changes after the students get acquainted with everyone and everything around them. Once the students feel more comfortable with their new surroundings then their wild side comes out, especially when you're dealing with elementary kids. This doesn't just happen at schools, it also happens with your friends and family. I remember one time when I was with all my friends, at The Promenade, we ran into my best friends friend from elementary school. When we were all introduced there were a couple of them that acted totally different, it was like I didn't even know them. ...read more.

Conclusion

I try very hard not to be like that, but I know that I do sometimes. I don't necessarily change my whole personality, or do it on purpose; I do it because I'm shy. When I meet someone new I tend to become very shy and don't act like myself, but sure enough once I get to know them and I'm comfortable with them then my true personality does come out. Therefore, many people tend to change their personality when meeting new people or talking to old friends because they think that it makes them look better. Your personality doesn't need to change, it just makes you look fake and it makes your friends feel like they don't even know you. ...read more.

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