이제 9,800번 산을 올라야하는 만봉이


주인 잘못 만난 만봉이는 이제 9,800번의 산을 올라야 합니다 험난한 견생입니다 늑대를 피하려다 호랑이를 만난 만봉이, 만봉이의 이름은 지은 연규 삼촌은 만번을 산에 오른다고 만봉이라고 합니다

만봉이가 함께 했습니다

만봉이는 2박 3일을 꼬박 병원 차안에 있었습니다 고생한 만봉이 맛있는 거 많이 사 주세요.

만봉이는 유기견 센터에 있다가 연규 삼촌과 숙모가 데려왔습니다.
사람들에게서 많이 맞아서인지 사람들과 별로 안 친합니다
하지만, 과자 조금 주면 친해 질 가능성이 높습니다 ^^
이제 아주 많이 좋아졌다고 합니다

이 뉴스의 주인공은 만봉입니다
만봉이는 산을 만번 올라야 한다고 지어지 이름입니다 ):

All parents occasionally pick on their children, but when the so-called jokes become commonplace, this can be a huge problem. You do not need to accept this type of behavior just because your parent has always joked about something such as your height or weight.

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만봉이는 앞으로 만개의 봉우리를 오르지는뜻이다

이렇게 연규 삼촌은 이야기 하고 있습니다 ㅠㅠ

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Did you grow up believing that your parent was physically or emotionally abusive to you because you deserved it? If so, you may still be justifying the terrible behavior of others at your own expense.


Discover how you really feel about things. It’s easier said than done. Instead of maintaining the status quo and keeping the peace.

Instead of following the herd and making the predictable and reliable decisions that you are expected to make, ask yourself.

What you truly desire. Imagine what you could accomplish, if failing wasn’t an option.If there was no fear of being judged and no adverse consequences.

If there was no fear of being judged and no adverse consequences reliable decisions.

Learning to acknowledge and express our emotions freely may seem like weakness in a culture that requires us to be tough, but in actual fact it takes a strength far more valuable and honorable than living in denial.

  • Use the “Spaced Repetition” technique
  • Try the “Pinch Yourself” hack
  • Schedule learning sessions before bedtime
  • Study the content, not the language

This technique was introduced by Maneesh Sethi, a frequent traveler who mastered four foreign languages as an adult. His approach was based on the fact that negative stimuli massively boost self-improvement.

Soft is the new hard

When you think that a situation requires you to be tough, to stiffen your upper lip and puff out your chest in the face of something difficult or even traumatic, consider if you have another option. Maybe for a change it’s time to wallow in the tragedy of your experience and really feel what it is to be human. Striving for mental toughness may close you off to a world of emotional development and progress that you may otherwise live through if you let yourself open up for a change.

How you can use this for language learning?

  • Get a set of flashcards for memorizing vocabulary or grammar.
  • Master the hard pinch (it should be quite hard) to activate your body’s threat response.
  • Review a category of flash cards (such as adjectives or group of words). Don’t pinch yourself at this stage.
  • Review the same category, now adding the pinch for each vocabulary word. Spend some time studying the card before moving to the next one.

Softening your perspective towards yourself and others; allowing yourself to experience tenderness and nurturing instead may seem counterproductive, but in the long run, may reap more abundant rewards.

Tough is just bravado. Softening up is a new normal you should try.

You may feel sadness more intensely, or anger. Disappointment, fear, grief. The flip side is you may discover joy like you’ve never allowed yourself to feel before. You may laugh harder, feel more inspired, encounter wonder and awe at things you previously took for granted.