1. All-or-nothing thinking - You see things in black-or-white categories. If a situation falls short of perfect, you see it as a total failure. When a young woman on a diet ate a spoonful of ice cream, she told herself, “I’ve blown my diet completely.” This thought upset her so…
One more day to go and we’re going to have classes already. We don’t have classes for four days but the teachers drowned us all up with projects. As of now, I’ve finished 3 major things, which means I only have one thing left to do. If I’m not just this lazy… I should have finished everything by now.
I like sleeping late on weekdays… So I’m sleeping late later to do our report in Health. I just hope my aunt doesn’t catch me sleeping late in front of the laptop. ‘Cause if she does… I’m dead.
If you can correctly pronounce every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world. After trying the verses, a Frenchman said he'd prefer six months of hard labour to reading six lines aloud. Try them yourself.