I think the assignment is very clear. It is asking how thanatos has affected YOUR behavior, not mine.
Once you have written up your thoughts, be sure to re-post; then someone here will be happy to give you feedback.
so i just have to list some examples. right?
I'd start with a list, yes, as your brainstorming (idea gathering). Then I'd choose three or four to write up in detail.
I don't like to fight but to impress others I pose as I can fight and hence I am lost in that false posing of me. I should not do this, because this way I am ditching myself and this then can hurt later when we face the repercussion of those acts.
I am not rich and looking at those who are rich I want to be like them and pose the same way but I know I am wrongly projecting myself. This way I am degrading myself by feeling lower than them.
Good start. Now you just need to include some specific results. For the first one, did you actually get into a fight and get hurt? For the second one, did you go to a party or other function where you ended up being embarrassed when someone asked you some questions that you couldn't answer -- or maybe people laughed because you couldn't answer well enough? Be specific.
Details make your writing stronger, whether you're writing for a philosophy class, an English class, a history class, or whatever.
One of my friend Josh whose dad owns 20 or more gas station invited me to his party. When I went to the party most of them were wearing their suit. I was wearing casual clothing that I usually wear at school. I was pretty embarrassed surrounded by their style. I really looked lame and didn't speak professionally. I am not rich and looking at those who are rich I want to be like them and pose the same way but I know I am wrongly projecting myself. This experience made me feel worthless and I wanted to just burn my self.
I don't like to fight but