Disney grumpy ho ho ho christmas sweater, men’s tank top
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Category: Christmas's Shirts
I had the exact same experience! One day some of the students on my course were saying they were worried and stressed about their dissertation. I agreed and said I was worrying too, Disney grumpy ho ho ho christmas and a lot of them were really surprised. They thought I was super organised and had it all together all the time. I guess you just don’t see the stress and the hard work behind the results
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I wouldn’t say privilege has a lot to do with imposter syndrome. The majority of people who experiences it are in the underrepresented group. well if you think about it, things like affirmative action ( ex. Getting into a college because there your demographic is under-represented instead of achievements and merit) Disney grumpy ho ho ho christmas well fit into my theory of imposter syndrome. I do think I don’t deserve praise because of my privilege very often, with everything my parents gave me a literal cat could do what I do
rivilege is definitely not an issue for those who made accomplishments from a hole they were in. Many people, maya Angelou included, started with nothing and became something. I struggle with this, but not as much as most, because im not famous (nor do i want to be), but from a young age, i always felt that the accomplishments i did make and were praised for, were something everyone else had the ability, potential, and opportunities to make as well. I served in the military, everyone that is healthy has the right to do so. I graduated HS with honors, graduated college with honors.
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Everyone has the chance to do the same if they work hard. But i often feel these things were too easy for me and that i shouldve struggled like others have struggled. Its not a privilege that i am smart. Its just a chance I got being born to the parents i had. They werent wealthy or even middle class. Both had addictions, one overcame, the other succumbed. But, i learned a lot from their mistakes. People assume because Im white looking or because im female that i had it easier, but in reality, i work just as hard or harder than most men of any race because im female and seen as someone who isnt smart, strong, etc. Enough to complete or perform a job or task.
Everyday i push harder and harder to achieve the most I can and actually be proud of myself. I have an MLT degree, which i earned while being homeless and broke, and am working on my second degree in networking engineer now to support the disability i got in service. We dont all come from nice houses with awesome stable families. Many of us come from poor broken homes.
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