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February 26th, 2013, 10:10 PM
Are you always opposed to change? If yes, and if you do get changed, how do you cope with it?
February 26th, 2013, 10:20 PM
Oh my dear Christ, if anyone saw my reaction this morning to signing on and seeing this big fat 4th generation tumor in my GPGD, then I think the answer to this thread topic is easy. I hate change, I don't adjust to it well, and I need a warning before you go off changing anything, especially furniture. I hate when people move furniture. Forums are like furniture fyi. I'm not saying I'm always opposed to change, but I am very resistant to it.
February 27th, 2013, 2:08 AM
Where has this thread been all my life ?
No I hate change if it happens to me you'll know about it. it may have something to do with me have ASD that I do not take change well.
February 27th, 2013, 2:32 AM
I'm often opposed to change, such as seeing my once-beautiful blue name turn to a green that makes me less like an Oshawott. It'll take ages before I adapt to the green.
February 27th, 2013, 2:58 AM
Oh my dear Christ, if anyone saw my reaction this morning to signing on and seeing this big fat 4th generation tumor in my GPGD, then I think the answer to this thread topic is easy.
I'm not completely opposed to change, I generally welcome it, in fact. Sometimes I need a little time to adjust to certain changes, but otherwise, overall, I like change. It gives life a fresh and new experience I think!
February 27th, 2013, 8:18 AM
I'm usually cool with change. The only times my life has changed lately was a positive thing.
February 27th, 2013, 8:58 AM
I need change, but at the same time I'm a nostalgic person and cling to the past when all is said and done. As advance as we are in technology and so on, I would do anything to go back to the 90's and 2000s. Aesthetic change is a necessity for me, though. I used to rearrange my room all the time when I lived at my old house because I got tired of looking at everything in the same place. I wear the same hairstyle that I've worn since junior year of high school, though, but I do like changing it. Especially my hair color. I change my style what seems like every single year.
Change is great. Change is a necessity to make life interesting and it's something that happens every day regardless, whether we realize it or not. Internally and externally.
February 27th, 2013, 9:54 AM
I love change. I'll actively pursue change even if things are fine the way they are, because I always believe things can get better and worst case scenario I decide the change isn't right for me and change back. When things happen that make me unhappy, one thing that cheers me up is that I know that something will change but I won't know what it is until it happens and the thought of that is just so exciting! There's a world of possibilities out there, I don't want to get stuck in a rut where I refuse to change out of fear that things might get worse. :)
February 27th, 2013, 10:08 AM
I'm indifferent towards change nowadays since I can pretty much adapt to anything within a day at the most if it's something major.
February 27th, 2013, 11:20 AM
I try to get used to the change before I accept it. So I'm indifferent towards change.
February 27th, 2013, 11:54 AM
I'm not opposed to reasonable change, though my enthusiasm will vary greatly based on the change and basis for it.
Change for its own sake is offensively frivilous, especially since most victims of such change are commercial products.
February 27th, 2013, 1:22 PM
I understand the need for change mentally, but emotionally I'm never ready for it. I work hard to balance my comfort with my responsibilities and change means a lot of adjustments and the possibility of things being worse than they were, and I just operate better when I have a feel for my surroundings.
February 27th, 2013, 1:28 PM
If there is one thing it life you can be certain of, its that everything will change.
February 27th, 2013, 1:34 PM
I'm cool with change and cool with people who are opposed to change, but oh sweet lord do I hate when people complain about things because they're new. No idea why, but this nostalgia-based mindset of "Old stuff is the best and new stuff is crap because it's not old" has spread like a disease.
February 27th, 2013, 1:53 PM
I have 7 different routes to work and I take a different one every day. Routine is boring to me. Every once in a while I move the books around my room and try to look for new zones in the city I haven't visited before. I love seeing a shop changing owners and trying to remember how it was there before and comparing it. I enjoy travelling and visiting new places. So yeah, i love change.
February 27th, 2013, 3:42 PM
I don't like change at all, unless it has proven to me that it's an improvement. I guess it's because I like routines and familiarity :3
February 27th, 2013, 3:44 PM
Today I had sort of a self discovery. It was exciting and I liked learning something like that about myself. I walked home and thought about it and listened to the birds, it was very peaceful.
You know what change I was thinking of?
I used to be a stubborn, fat *******. Seriously.
Today I gave it my all.
I actually ran the mile in P.E. and left my "friends" in the dust. Hell, I didn't make it by 30 seconds.. I'm getting there though. My P.E. teacher was nice to me for once after that.
I apologized for being a dick to a girl as I was walking to intervention class.
I helped my friends with their homework. Not actually doing it, but helping them.
I read a book at lunch instead of making tons of vulgar comments on everything like a typical freshman would.
I had an orange instead of candy when I was hungry today.
I said good afternoon to an old lady planting flowers in her garden.
I blew a kiss to my grandparents in the cemetery when I walked home.
I saw a kid sulking, sitting on the curb, so I picked a dandelion (puffy white ones you blow) and made a wish for him to be happy. (I think dandelion wishes come true maybe sometimes if it's sincere.. Just a kind thought.. I wish it were true.)
I just want to be kind and feel happier and .. be healthier.
I decided that today I needed to change. Big time.
I'm okay with this.
No more mary jane. No more ritalin.
No more insulting, no more laziness.
I am going to fix myself.
I know half of that stuff sounds retarded.. :(
Now I just feel more peaceful though. Listening to music has even been more enjoyable.
~it's to all bottomfeeders rah-da-da-dah-dey~
Yeah no more of that.
We're too old to misbehave.
March 1st, 2013, 10:00 PM
Depends on the situation, but generally it takes maybe a week for me to adapt. It's going to happen no matter what so might as well get used to it.
March 1st, 2013, 11:19 PM
I can adapt to change. I may like it, I might not
Depending on the situation, I may accept it (like with Pokemon, I prefer the newer Unova era as oppose to the Kanto or Johto), I might get annoyed (like when Burger King took out the Angry Whopper) and try to avoid it (I'll just go somewhere else for a spicy burger), or I may have to change a bit my lifestyle to fit it (such as job schedule change, after years of doing it a certain work time)
March 1st, 2013, 11:23 PM
I welcome change. If I'm stuck doing the same thing too long I am going to get bored of it and want a change of pace or scenery.
March 2nd, 2013, 12:35 AM
I love change. Whenever I find that things have changed, I get excited and happy. Change brings about new stuff, and new stuff brings about a fresh new feeling with it. I can never stick with old stuff and routines for long; they become boring over time and feel too rigid. I might take some time to get used to change, but will do so almost always willingly if the change is for the better.
March 2nd, 2013, 2:35 AM
It depends, but usually I'm comfortable with the new change, when the change makes me better and improved.
March 7th, 2013, 5:02 AM
I used to be really opposed to change, but there are so few things in my life that are the same as they were 12 months ago and I love that feeling. So I would say that I'm no longer resistant to change, and I actually can't wait for more to come! :D
March 7th, 2013, 8:14 AM
I really don't like change, it just makes me feel uncomfortable but I get that its life so I gotta move on.
Mr Cat Dog
March 10th, 2013, 3:39 AM
I think it really depends on each individual change, as my reaction can really differ depending on how my life is beforehand and how I expect the change to affect it. Things like leaving uni and starting work were ones that I felt really positive about; leaving school and most of my friends was one that I was more apprehensive about. Each change registers individually, so I don't really have a coherent outlook on change. Everything is different!
March 10th, 2013, 6:01 AM
Change is the purugly in my life. I. Hate. It. Moving away, growing up, high school, parents divorce, cheating family member, oh, did I mention nostalgia is my friend? So yah, I hate change.
March 10th, 2013, 6:32 AM
More times than most, I embrace change. As a person who holds past times as a sort of personal trasure, I also try to change and evolve and adapt to new things quite frequently. It's a necessity. It keeps life from becoming too stale.
I'm the type of guy who will from time to time take everything out of my room and redo it all over again. I'll get bored and rearrange the entire living room or I'll go about cleaning the kitchen and just start moving things, because I think keeping it there forever is boring.
There are a lot of changes I see in the future that have me excited too, and I look forward to taking them on when the time comes. There are times in life when things change that I'm more hesitant to accept, but I learn to adapt to it and keep life interesting and moving. So yeah, I like change. Change is funnnnn.
March 10th, 2013, 1:10 PM
I dont really like big changes, its hard for me to adjust and keep up. I like familiar things.
March 10th, 2013, 1:25 PM
I hate changes. I hate major changes. Although some changes are good, as long as they're minor. I hate changes such as location or school or something like that.
March 12th, 2013, 8:29 PM
I not only accept change, but embrace it.
You can't always be doing the same thing, or else life will become boring.
You kinda gotta change, whether it's something small like what toothpaste you use, or huge like your entire perspective. No, change is good.