My Husband: A Conceptual Analysis

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On some weekends, I worked with my father at his part time job. He worked at this plaza for its owner, and sometimes he required assistance, so I decided to willingly work with him at the plaza. When I was there, I would help my father clean and renovate the plaza. For instance, if he was demolishing or taking down something, I would usually pick up the rubble and take it to the odorous trash. If he needed to fix a water leak in one of the suites, I would help him find the source of the leak and he would fix it. And if there was a cold, soggy mess as a result of a water leak in one of the suites, I would help him clean it up. But that Friday had one single object that I feared most: the ladder. I had a fear of ladders because I had thought …show more content…
I was ready to perform my task. My father assigned me regular tasks such as checking the water dripping in one of the suites and retrieving tools for him to do his job. But then he assigned me to climb up the ladder, and he told me, “You can do it,” although my brain told me otherwise. I decided to face my fear and was prepared to climb. My father climbed up first, and my brother, who had also joined us for work, followed him. A few seconds later, I had decided to follow my brother up the ladder. I climbed up the ladder with a perpetual pattern; left foot, then the right foot. But then, my brother had stalled in the middle of the ladder, and that is when I felt the shaking. Determined to go up the roof, I stood determined, and as my brother finally got to the roof, I followed him and had made it up the …show more content…
To answer this, I came up with two reasons. First, I believed that I let my fear controlled my mentality before. While fear has helped early humans defend themselves with the fight or flight situation, it was unneeded when it came to the ladder. Ergo, I had to control fear to get to the ladder’s apex. Furthermore, I did not trust the ladder’s strength and rigidity in previous attempts, although it was strong enough. By trusting in the ladder, I climbed it. In the end, conquering my fear made me a better person, and it helped me experience new things I was missing out

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