The Latin word obstinātus He arrived in Spanish as stubborn . East adjective allows to qualify who is persistent, constant or stubborn .
For example: "Obstinate, the boy kept trying to open the jar until he got it", "The coach always believed that his tactics would lead him to success and that is why, stubbornly, he maintained the same game system throughout the entire championship", "It is not good that you are so stubborn, especially when reality shows you that you are wrong".
Obstinacy can be considered as something positive or negative , depending on the context, the subjectivity and the results of the Actions . It is usually valued if it is taken as a sign of determination, firmness or self-confidence.
Suppose a technical director of soccer keeps a player in the initial lineup resisted by supporters and the press . Most people say that the player has no level to integrate the team, but the coach believes he can perform very well. With the running of the matches, said athlete ends up becoming the figure of the club. The DT, being stubborn , could prove he was right.
It can also be indicated that the obstinate subject is stubborn or stubborn . Someone who does not listen to suggestions, advice or criticism of loved ones or specialists and is wrong again and again with the same issue, is harmed by their stubbornness. In this case, being stubborn is not a merit, but quite the opposite, since it prevents recognizing one's mistakes and analyzing the reality coldly