getting tired of going to school..to the point of being absent sooo many times
January 13, 2011 10:40am CST
Hello there! I'm having a problem about my studies..I'm an average student someone whose not so smart and not so dumb too..because of my asthma i have so may absences..and i have to be absent for 1 week because i have difficulties in breathing and if i go to class i have to take the stairs to go up to 4th floor because our room is there,my teachers asks for my medical but i don't go to the doctor when i have asthma that's because i have my medicine already and that is what i use ever since i was a kid..so no need for check-ups anymore,anyway my problem is that now I'm too lazy to go to school or rather scared of my teachers because they don't believe my reason even if it's true..in the year of 2009 i drop out of school because of some problems..my older sister is in 1st yr college that time and me in 3rd yr high school i can see that my mom was having trouble on managing the tuition & our expenses besides my older sister demands that she have to buy all their books and my tuition wasn't even paid yet so i decide to drop out without even consulting anyone even my best friend..well all of them got mad at me..but i stay silent..guess what i thought that is right was probably wrong..and now I'm in 3rd yr again & having problems that staying at home is much more enjoyable than going to school..I'm having difficulties I'm too lazy..any advice for me on how to get to think that school is exciting?i was bored & tired of going to school because i have been going for 9 years i know i need education but something feels wrong inside me..this may sound stupid but pls help me.
18 Jan 11
School atmosphere is not for everyone but it is not a reason not to try to excel yourself in a school environment. I'm not giving you some guilt trip about some children who wanted to school but cannot due to lack of financial support, however I think that you should make most of what education can provide you. You have a chance to be educated formerly and I say you go for that chance since formal education is one of the qualification that some companies look for in a job seeker. Education can help you to succeed but you also have to put some effort in your studying. If you really cannot afford education, try for some alternative education that won't take too much financial demand. But if not, you should pursue and end your education with some achievement like finishing high school and learning some skills that you can use for livelihood.
13 Jan 11
Hey its usual but please think positively. As you were absent for so many days it will take some time to feel ok and start your education back. But believe me it will all get settled with time. Please be determined and think that you have to complete your education. First of all you have to make your mind prepared for this and you see once you become determined nothing can stop you.
• United States
13 Jan 11
I had the same thing in my 3rd year of college - I was just so tired of going to school! Dropping out was definitely not a good decision, but one way to think about it is it is hard to get a job without graduating high school and you are so very close. You can do it. Now, don't let anyone force you to go to college. College is good, don't get me wrong, but I went and didn't know what I really wanted to do with my life. In the end I changed my major three times and ended up graduating with something I really can't use. College is great if you have a goal and know what you want to do. Take some serious time to think about what you want to do and if you need college to get there. I graduated with a Bachelors and I work at Walgreens feeling like my four years in college were a waste of my time.