When I was younger,it used to be a disaster for me to lose in a game,whether it was tennis,ping-pong or football.I just had to win,you understand? :) As I grew older,I understood one simple thing-it doesn't matter that much really,if you win or lose,the main thing is to participate.I love to play tennis now too,and if I loose,it gives me energy to want to fight back and win,and then again!That's the whole beauty of sports,I think,at least for me it is.But sure?when I win-oh man,I usually get so excited,running around hugging and kissing everybody ;) .I love to play!
There is a serious misconception in the minds of many that concluded at a young age that it is scandalous to fail. Poor programming cause waves of negative and destructive thoughts and feelings to flood our minds with feelings a depression, despondency and shame. Well meaning parents, teachers etc. created the impression that we should feel like shit when we fail to achieve a desired objective or fail to come first in a race. I have been assisting several professional athletes to mentally prepare for major upcoming events. It was almost sad to watch them phone their parents immediately after such event to break the good or bad news to them. I heard how they justified or made excuses when they lost and how they rightfully take the credit if they succeeded. that is why I am sure teachers should teach pupils to lose with dignity.
Honestly I always try to win. I hate losing because as for me it is some kind of weakness. since the childhood i tried to be first in everything. that is why, nowadays it is difficult to change. Although despite everything I am sure that people should be always ready to loose in order not to take it to heart. The wisest people of the world told that when you lose it means that you are strong enough to get up and start again. Trying means the courage and strong will. That is why I train myself to be ready both t win and to lose. However always dream to win)))
Yu know more importantly the desire to win, the desire to identify himself with the best hand and undertanding that even if you strong and smart, always find someone stronger.In sports, more important, perhaps, victory. but in life for me is more important than the absence of lesions.No injuries will victories.
They are forced to revise the tactics, strategy training to fight. A permanent victory dampen and eventually lead not only to defeat and complete failure.
I want to say that nobody likes losing. There is no wonder about it. And despite the Olympic principle that taking part is more important that winning, sportsmen are still fighting for the medals. And they would not fight for medals if they were not important.
Winning is pleasant anyway. And I am no exception from a general rule. I don't like to lose and it hurts me deeply. But I understand that losing is even more important than winning, because only losing we learn. Only losing we underst6and what was wrong, what mistakes we made and how to avoid them in future
To tell the truth i think that more importantly the desire to win, the desire to identify himself with the best hand and undertanding that even if you strong and smart, always find someone stronger.In sports, more important, perhaps, victory. but in life for me is more important than the absence of lesions.
No injuries will victories. They are forced to revise the tactics, strategy training to fight.
A permanent victory dampen and eventually lead not only to defeat and complete failure.
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