Monday, 13 November 2017

Explain how risk-taking relate to rights and responsibilities

“Human race could never escape the primitive life if they would have not taken risk. Children could never learn to walk if they would have not taken risk of falling”- Foisal Talukdar
Nature of oxygen is to come up, no matter how strongly we suppress it into the water. Hence, risk-taking is one of our genetic natures (an inherent feature). An individual may have tendency to take risk, even small or big, as they feel confident, independent and obliged. We also have responsibilities to encourage their confidence and independence.
We can divide risk taking into two categories which is positive and negative risk taking. We can support individuals with positive risk taking, if failure does not cause any harm. We must not encourage an individual to take negative risk, which can cause harm or life threatening injuries in failure.

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