So the first thing that makes me uncomfortable is when I'm talking to a teacher. Now I can talk to a teacher and I build up this confidence then I get scared when they speak back to me. I mean, I'm thinking uh oh. Now what do I do? What do I say? Then it gets weird and uncomfortable. Kids need to just deal with it though because it's going to be that way, but just know when you talk to them they're always going to say something that will later on help you.
The second thing that makes my uncomfortable is when I need to speak in front of the class. Now just thinking about it is uncomfortable. I build up confidence like with the teachers, but when I'm up there I'm like, uh oh. I just do my thing though and I then hope nobody notices my stumbling on all my words. It’s just something you don’t do every day.
The third thing that makes me uncomfortable is when I have to sit in economy in the airplane by a stranger. Now, if you don't know what that is, it's when you're sitting in the seats in the back that have so little room. Sitting by a stranger while sitting in that seat is just so uncomfortable. Especially when you have to go use the bathroom and the person in the aisle seat is sleeping.
Everyone has different things that make them uncomfortable. These are the three I could think of. Anyways I hoped you enjoyed reading. Weebly doesn't like me, my first time writing it was better, but we learn from mistakes. Bye!