Hey there everyone, it’s me EI$HA and today, I’m back with another How-to article :) hope you enjoy it
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Okay, so I know that in life we have to go through a lot of phases, sometimes we think we could explode with joy, sometimes we miss our friends, sometimes we fight with them, so you know the list goes on and on and I do not know how to explain, but just remember those days you hate school can come even if you're a bright student. This happens to me a lot too.
if you're going through something of the sort, firstly consult someone you know, trust and believe in like (and i would recommend mostly) your beloved mother, tell them about everything, what happens at school, if you had a fight, if you did a bad thing and are to be punished, if you can’t make any friends or if there are too many tests and you can’t prepare.
I’m sure they'll understand and give you a quick solution (believe me). But if you can’t come up to someone and confront things like that then you can ask me right here through a comment, don’t be shy and don’t worry, I’ll help you and u will not regret it. Sometimes it is easier 2 explain things through text than saying it.
I won’t waste more time; check it out and tell me if this helps;
Procrastination: usually leads to worries. Students that don't finish their homework or haven't even started their projects will usually avoid school because they're scared that they'll be punished or they'll get in trouble.
Remember procrastinating often leads to stress; this is due to the fact that most students who procrastinate experience intense pressure and fatigue when doing their last minute homework (s) and or project(s)
Scheduling helps most students and it may help you. First of all it decreases the impression of not having enough time, by prioritizing and planning ahead you’ll be able to have more free time than you ever thought possible.
Avoid worrying over academic issues. But just in case try to be as emotionally prepared for any outcome of your work. And remember that you reap what you sow, meaning if you’ve done your studies properly and your comfortable with your results then what’s there to worry about? Whatever the results may be as long as you did your best, think positive. And if you’re not satisfied with the results just move on and do better next time.
Resist peer pressure. Doing this you will get a world of worry out of your back. Remember to always be yourself, people will like you for who you really are, and not for who you pretend to be.
Okay guys, so I think this is taking too long, I will publish another part of this article as soon as possible