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Vamp Said,
May 29th, 2014 @10:42 am  

In the end, it comes down to what you are prepared to do.

You appear to constantly want “time” but you have no real reason for this – it is just something you say to avoid tackling any of the issues that have arisen. You then blame your continuing issues on the problems that you have been avoiding doing anything about….

Until you are prepared to face up to the fact that you have problems and that these will take time and effort on your part (there are no “magic wand” solutions) to solve then your life will carry on i the same way it is now.

Firstly, you need to take responsibility for your choices. Your situation at the minute is largely due to the choices you have made. Don’t blame your situation on outside factors or other people.

Secondly, if you have health problems; see a doctor. A blocked eustachian tube is usually a temporary condition that doesn’t need treatment or is easily treatable. If you have a personality disorder or a mental health condition then then those require medical help and proper medical oversight. Remember that these things are not something that can necessarily be “cured” by taking medication. A lot of the time you need to learn to handle them – in other words, that also takes commitment and effort on your part.

Thirdly, accept the help that the school offers you instead of thinking that you know better than they do. By now it should be obvious that you do not.

Fourthly, you need to learn to study and to prioritise. At the moment you just go with the easiest option – you drift rather than do anything definite. You are obviously capable of study – you don’t pick up knowledge to an admirable level without putting in time and effort – so put that same effort into your schoolwork. The Internet is full of tips on how to build good study techniques and patterns; find them and use them.

None of this is going to be easy. Developing new habits takes time, although the more often you do the “right” thing the easier it becomes. Being prepared to stick at it, and to continue trying even when it does not look as though you are getting anywhere is important

If you want your life back – you are going to need to take. No-one else can do it for you

Best wishes

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