LESSON FOR THE DAY: Huwag mandaya sa bunutan.
This morning, we had an activity in our PSIT subject where we have to pick a paper what has a question written in it. You’ll stand in front for at least a minute and state your answer. For the late comers, it’s a minimum of two minutes.
Since I’m late (for 45 minutes. Oh boy) I stood in the front longer. The first paper that I randomly picked from the container has the question: “What will you do if you forgot your mom’s birthday?” I don’t have something to say in that topic to I asked my friend to pick another for me.
I picked for the second time and I got: "How to make someone fall in love with you?" I was like, “NOOOOOOOOOO!” I wanted to pick another one but the container is already in my teacher’s hands so another “NOOOOOOOOOOOO!” moment for me.
I don’t really have an experience in that field (well, not much). I don’t even know how to flirt for Pete’s sake! I never, EVER in my entire life tried to make someone to love me. So what did I say in front of the class?
P.S. This is not word-for-word of what I said. This is a better, edited version but the thought is still there.
I don’t really think you can make someone fall for you. People may love you for different reasons but I think everything has this common denominator and that is confidence. You should feel confident about yourself first. If someone believes that your beautiful but you think otherwise, that someone will eventually be pissed because of your insecurities (plus, your insecurities will GREATLY affect your relationship). You have to love yourself first before others. Learn to accept your flaws and just believe in yourself. When you finally achieve confidence, you will believe that you are really worth to be loved and that is a major help in a relationship.
After that, I got side-tracked. Haha. And my time was up.
It surprised me that when I sat down, I felt like I still have something to say. In other words, BITIN. I wanted to say that you should just be yourself etc, etc.
Anywayyyyyyyy, I’m really loving our PSIT subject and the teacher! I’m looking forward to our meetings!