Last week my friends made an appointment to discuss about drama this week and I have to take part. And I almost know nothing about this issue.
What would you do if you were me?
Use your unpleasant feelings to motivate you to learn as much as you were supposed to learn. Attend the meeting, apologize for being unprepared, talk as little as possible, listen and learn as much as possible.
I still don't quite understand the topic of the meeting, but I really do find Wikipedia to be a good resource if it is really a "discussion."
If you are supposed to be an actor in a play, and you were supposed to learn your lines, and you haven't--learn as much as you can, go to the meeting, apologize, go through the readthrough or rehearsal with the script in your hand. Do as much from memory as you can, call out "Line!" and let the prompter give you the line if you almost know it, and read from the script in the places where you're lost. Promise to learn your lines before the next rehearsal. Then do it.
All magnificant advices like this rooted in history and experts' mind and I blieve all of them. Thank you Aegis.
But insofar as real friendship and bridge are conserned, many times they have jumped off befor me or with me and as I can realize I am still alive!
On the other hand as we know the cost of checking a real friendshep is really high sometimes.
By the way we trust eachother. I am studing hard now and I am doing some reserch to find some suitable keywords and focuse on one of them deeply.
Here's a bit of classical advice from American parents to their kids. "If your friends told you to jump off a bridge, would you do it?"
Thanks for your attention Valentina.
I mean despite all plans and programs that we make in our life, we always face many unexpected issues and problems.
However sometimes some sweet events also occur.
For instance I am crazy about impromptu gifts, but unfortunately it seldom happens!
Try to know something, may be visit theater these days