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Which direction do I go from here? Topic: Man doing math homework
June 16, 2019 / By Gerard
Question: I am a guy, Junior in High School, 17 years old I cant take school anymore, But i want a diploma (and some time to prepare me for adulthood) I cant relate to the subjects there, I hate with a passion Math and Chemistry. I once got so angry at home doing my math homework at home, I punched a hole in the wall because of just a terrible headache i got from it, and i was just suffering so much on the inside, Whining (and even crying a little bit) because of how unfair life is. I am home right now, after school I hanged out for 3 hours. and i came home now and did NOTHING. NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have no motivation, I wallow around in my room and just do dumb stuff, Im not a responsible person but I want to be one, I have 2 very important projects due, and a coursel online, and so much other schoolwork. I am swamped, but i dont care. What do i do to make myself into a bright hard working confident young man instead of just some loser
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Dismas Dismas | 2 days ago
I was there at one point in life, you just have to keep on trucking ahead and don't lose hope in yourself because you are great! Also, drink coffee that's what i did in order to have more energy. More energy means more motivation, works for me. You can also surround yourself with motivation techniques such as reading motivating books, think positive, take care of your appearance. All the little things add up. I stumbled upon this blog the other day and the guy has a point check it out. http://www.winningperspective.com/apps/blog/entries/show/22114888-how-to-be-motivated
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Dismas Originally Answered: Which direction do I go from here?
I was there at one point in life, you just have to keep on trucking ahead and don't lose hope in yourself because you are great! Also, drink coffee that's what i did in order to have more energy. More energy means more motivation, works for me. You can also surround yourself with motivation techniques such as reading motivating books, think positive, take care of your appearance. All the little things add up. I stumbled upon this blog the other day and the guy has a point check it out. http://www.winningperspective.com/apps/blog/entries/show/22114888-how-to-be-motivated
Dismas Originally Answered: Which direction do I go from here?
Just get to it. Work doesn't go away, ever. You'll always have deadlines. Listen, I hate math, too. To the point I've broken down crying several times while trying to do it, and getting frustrated enough to rip or crumple up my paper...to remember it's due the next day. It's not that I have some like mental disability, I just don't flipping get math. I probably never will. My brain doesn't work that way. But I know I have to do my homework, even the stuff I don't like. Do you have like a study hall during school, or can you get to school early? At my school, we have a 30 minute advisory period, so I always leave my math until then, so I can do it with he help of friends. It's a whole lot less irritating. The other homework I just grit my teeth and get it done. I listen to music, take breaks, whatever. It just takes self-control. Tell yourself you are going to do it, no ifs, ands, or buts. Then get to it.

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Just get to it. Work doesn't go away, ever. You'll always have deadlines. Listen, I hate math, too. To the point I've broken down crying several times while trying to do it, and getting frustrated enough to rip or crumple up my paper...to remember it's due the next day. It's not that I have some like mental disability, I just don't flipping get math. I probably never will. My brain doesn't work that way. But I know I have to do my homework, even the stuff I don't like. Do you have like a study hall during school, or can you get to school early? At my school, we have a 30 minute advisory period, so I always leave my math until then, so I can do it with he help of friends. It's a whole lot less irritating. The other homework I just grit my teeth and get it done. I listen to music, take breaks, whatever. It just takes self-control. Tell yourself you are going to do it, no ifs, ands, or buts. Then get to it.
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Acton Acton
You can try getting your GED I was the same way in school i hated it school is not for me but i managed some how to make it but mainly for my mom her wish was for me an my brother to have a better life than her she was a drop out so i pushed through it she died when i was 12 i'm bad at everything like grammer math science and such i'm happy outside and in the fresh air not locked pu in a room or office but life is hard at 19 I live with my brother he is 24 an run his own landscrapiing company we live together in what is suppose to be a apartment we both work full time no time or meony to date we can hardly make ends meet at time we share one beat up car but thats life ive thought of may be going to collage one day to learn more about planets and how they work maybe makeing new plant by breeding them it just somethin i enjoy but im not good at school and i could never afford it it is a really life at times i being back in highschools easy but im glad i dont live with my drunk dad anymore he drank himself to death anyway a year half ago think of your future and how you want to live in a few years
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Acton Originally Answered: One Direction "Where We Are Tour"?
whooo! im trying to get tickets on saturday as well, but for Dublin :) honestly, i know that your new to this and all but it is incredibly unlikely to get front row seats unless you know someone close to the band/know someone who promotes the show/win tickets/or just general luck. Honestly i think you would be better off trying to get tired seating (as in seats that are high up) because although you wont be quite as close you will have a better view. And trust me, there is nothing worse than being at the back of the pitch, because its all flat land so if you are kinda short or even averaged sized you wont be able to see at all. and it would be kinda vicious if you ask me, with all those girls fighting to get nearer to the stage. Im not sure about manchester in particular, but with all the stadiums/arenas ive ever been to hospitality /VIP packages do sell out fast and are quite a bit more expensive, but honestly i dont think that they are worth it. What they are basically, is a box (which would be at the very back of the arena) and sometimes you get a special entrance to go in, and some free drinks but in terms of the atmosphere it can be pretty dull. I was in one with my friend for the "take me home" tour and i much preferred being in an actual seat. Boxes are more for business people who arent really interested in the concert and are there for a meeting or something, personally i think they are kinda rubbish if your an actual fan and wayy over priced. Again i cant talk for Manchester specifically, but they are usually around the £100-£300 mark if not more. All seated tickets are between £49-£67 depending on where your seats are. I dont want to sound negative or anything, but tickets are expected to sell over VERY quickly and i wouldnt really be getting your hopes up for getting front row. honestly in the first 40 rows would be incredible, especially when you think of how big the arena is. the only other advice i could give you would be to make sure that you are on ticketmaster at exactly 9 oclock on saturday and buy then literally THE SECOND they come out. if you dont get tickets dont be too upset because im pretty sure that they will add another date :) good luck for saturday though and i hope it goes well!!!

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