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For some reason some people work best in chaos I’d say that would be perhaps to do with the fact that deep down that need a lot of activity around them to stimulate them to start thinking. This is quite a strength of character, I have to say. However, most people are not like that. Most people like to feel secure in themselves and their life to get the most out of a new learning venture.
Here are some ways your like could be unstable:
- Financial insecurity
- Socially insecure
- Intellectually lacking confidence
- Romantically fraught
- External unavoidable irritations adding extra stress on the situation
Most of these above (except for No. 5) will require you to somehow gather confidence in yourself to overcome on a deeper level whatever you are going through. But the last one (No.5) is one that will require you to regroup your thoughts and make some decisions for the short term and for the long term on how you will get through this. This is a confidence person.
The reason why English cannot grow when you are in a state of instability is because English truly should go deep into your heart. It needs to flourish inside you and be nurtured by your own inner confidence and courage. If you are already suffering from something unstable in your life, you will always opt for the easier options because all your energy is consumed in trying to keep yourself buoyant already.
No ones like if straight forward every day. Everyone has situations to deal with that can make you feel unstable and can force you to put your learning on the back burner. The question is, how long are you willing to do this.
Finally – one handy hint I’d recommend is to find something in your day that you do feel confident with and do that for perhaps an hour or two and you may be surprised how that will affect all the other unstable elements in your life, including your learning.