Veitch's Argument Analysis

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Veitch suggests that we can turn stressful moments and make them enjoyable. Veitch’s main idea is that we can make our own fun out of frustrating situations by creating a game out of it. In my opinion, I agree with Veitch’s argument because, this is helpful for people to turn frustrating moments into an enjoyable one instead. In my experience, when I was waiting at a doctor’s office, boredom made me frustrated because I was waiting so long and had nothing to do, it made me mad about the situation I was in. If I made a game to make it more interesting, and I wouldn’t have been mad about waiting. The points are that boredom can lead into frustration, there is a choice to make a situation better or worse, and that our creativity allows us to find fun in different ways. I will now explain the problem of how boredom can lead into frustration. There have been times where we got furious at different moments because boredom will kick in. Veitch said “we were driving together, she would pull the car over, and by the time she had gotten out of the car, and gone around the car to let me, I would have already gotten out of the car and pretended to have died. And I remember, that was a game I used to entertain myself whenever I …show more content…
Veitch stated “that might have been the end of the story, but I remembered that anything, everything, even something as mundane as getting out of a car, can be fun if you find the right game.” Veitch’s idea is that you can turn anything you want into fun with a creative mind. This quote shows me that our imagination can turn any frustrating moment into an amusing game to take our mind off of these situations. This shows that anyone of us can avoid boredom, and have fun with it in the moment by using your mind, so we won’t be frustrated. We can make anything into a game to pass by the time and make it at least bearable for

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