Will getting angry helps anyway?

@Sreekala (23402)
India
April 21, 2018 4:57am CST
Dear friends, April is the new academic year starting for school in this place and a hike in fees is expectable in the new session. This year it seems the fees increased bit high. I have two school going children and two are studying in different schools and of course the fee structure is different too. The fees slip they brought from the school and watching the same was not pleasant. Both of their fees increased almost Rs. 5,000 – 6,000 ($ 1 = Rs. 60 approximately) respectively. We were shocked to see the hike which was unexpected but we did not get angry and we know there is no use on it. My younger son’s class mate asked to him whether parents get angry or not. He said his mother was so angry and upset on seeing the hike. Is education costly in your place?
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@louievill (18963)
• Philippines
21 Apr
I also still have 2 kids who go to school I guess we have to live wirh it if we want a good future for our children. Getting angry will not help, it's better to use that energy to figure out more ways to earn in order to counter the increase lol
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
Making the extra money is bit difficult so can't blame them as well.
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@louievill (18963)
• Philippines
21 Apr
@Sreekala if you get angry you endanger your health so you might not only be unable make money but might lose money to medicine and doctors haha..Anger is a negative energy it won't attract money.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
@louievill I have not angry and I said about someone's anger.
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@Kandae11 (38717)
21 Apr
I remember when my son left his primary school - the fees went up very high. I was sorry for the other parents but glad that my son had already graduated from there.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
lol Those parents are luck whose children are out of the school. It is really unmanageable for us.
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@Kandae11 (38717)
21 Apr
@Sreekala It would have been for me. I might have been forced to send him elsewhere.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
@Kandae11 Now we can't do anything. Elder one in 12th standard and younger in 6th at present.
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@TRBRocks420 (79593)
• Banks, Oregon
21 Apr
Yes I agree no use getting angry lol.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
What about the education system and school fees structure in your country?
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@TRBRocks420 (79593)
• Banks, Oregon
21 Apr
@Sreekala College is very expensive.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
@TRBRocks420 Here the school is expensive than college.
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@iridion9 (7915)
• Philippines
21 Apr
Definitely not. Getting angry without a very good reason is a sign of low IQ. You need to figure out how to solve the problem.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
21 Apr
Here some one got angry on knowing the hike of school fees.
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@vandana7 (66120)
• India
21 Apr
More than that, brain is short in supply of oxygen so RAM malfunction.
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@vandana7 (66120)
• India
21 Apr
I am sorry ...is this per month or per semester?
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
23 Apr
This is quarterly fees.
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@aninditasen (1734)
• Raurkela, India
23 Apr
Education is costly everywhere and it's no use getting angry, you have to protest. In Cuttack, the parents of DAV school did get together and go to the High Court and got the fees revised.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
Here in this place most of the parents are rich enough to provide the high fees. Only some parents and I don't think anything will happens if they protest.
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• Raurkela, India
24 Apr
@Sreekala Drops of water fill an ocean.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
25 Apr
@aninditasen The parents who are not financially sound must be busy with their works. Dropping offices we can't do anything like that.
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@rakski (18665)
• Philippines
24 Apr
Getting angry will not help in any situation. I think it will just show yourself in a bad mood to people. And when angry, some decisions are not good. So stay calm and relax
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
Your reply is just on the title. I agree with your points.
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@rakski (18665)
• Philippines
24 Apr
@Sreekala thank you
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@SRSaba (1004)
• Chennai, India
22 Apr
hmmm! im in India!
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
We are helpless, I know and we can't play with the child's future.
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@SRSaba (1004)
• Chennai, India
24 Apr
@Sreekala yes! ur correct!
@mlgen1037 (29647)
• Manila, Philippines
21 Apr
Yes it is. You have to pay at least 100k in pesos to get quality education. And angry will not do any good.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
Seeing the unusual hike any one makes angry even though it does not serve any purpose.
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@mlgen1037 (29647)
• Manila, Philippines
24 Apr
@Sreekala Oh yes, that is so true. Really not good.
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• India
3 May
All necessary things are constantly increasing in price including education
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
3 May
It is sad, education become a business like Medical care.
@allknowing (66708)
• India
22 Apr
It is futile to get angry if one cannot change the situation.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
The situation can't be changed. It is a fact.
@jstory07 (68294)
• Roseburg, Oregon
21 Apr
The fees are only high if children take extra classes. The regular classes are free.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
24 Apr
That is good to know the classes are free in your place. Here education is also a business.