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Darth Taxi

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#1 10 years ago

Well I am someone who always was very percieving, ready to react, thoughtful and determined. But these days exactly last month I sucked that much as hell. I used to live in harmony with luck and coincidence but it seems like kind of unfortune is in my footsteps. It all started 2 weeks before my 1st test... As usual I didn't learn a thing...I just do not prefer it I was always better with knowledge I already posses. So to get to the point I didn't do very well...after that I started to learn for the test for uni in which I ended up average, I was a bit shaken by that fact. And than the real final exams came in which I was given As except for 2 subjects from which I had Bs. And in every of those subjects I had the worst questions I hoped I will not take. Well things just happen so what the hell... Now I misread where my next uni exams are taken if it wasn't for my father I would go a bit further than my destination. I don't really know why I am even writing this but damn it I feel like everything bad that can happen to me happens...windows fell on the computer I first wrote the message on......




VFrieden

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#2 10 years ago

Well, I always tell myself that life is a seesaw. It goes up and it comes down and back up and back down - if something good happens, eventually something negative will happen (maybe not at that very moment but eventually) and vice versa. This always helps me to not be so upset when something negative happens since it was to be expected, and if I am feeling bad, then I can still know that good things will come in time. I'm not exactly sure if this is what you were talking about, but I hope it helps.


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Penguin_Unit

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#3 10 years ago
Frieden;4369562Well, I always tell myself that life is a seesaw. It goes up and it comes down and back up and back down - if something good happens, eventually something negative will happen (maybe not at that very moment but eventually) and vice versa. This always helps me to not be so upset when something negative happens since it was to be expected, and if I am feeling bad, then I can still know that good things will come in time. I'm not exactly sure if this is what you were talking about, but I hope it helps.

Unless you're about to be beheaded by King Henry VIII, in which case things probably won't get much better. Taxi, just be optimistic. Study more and be diligent. You'll improve.




Darth Taxi

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#4 10 years ago

I am not going to study anymore it decreases my ability to think on my own... I lost optimism week ago. I made a new policy to always await the worst but it is kind of disturbing that most of the things that happen are the worst... Well to balance the fortune and misfortune I used to have a one freaky day in year when all the stuff went wrong to bring me luck for the rest but this is quite longer than I would like.

It seems like I will just have to rely on my skills and fight everything in my way...




Liquid fire

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#5 10 years ago

That is what the paranormal did to my attitude, brain.




Ryette

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#6 10 years ago

There is no such thing as luck.

Look at your situation, then look backwards from that and see what choices you made to get there.

You'll figure something out; erase the steps you took to get where you are, and you erase the result. It's all about little changes.

Trust me, it ain't all that bad. ^_^




Penguin_Unit

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#7 10 years ago

That makes no sense. Then again, I haven't really tried...




Kilobyte

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#8 10 years ago

What am I reading? Your in college, your making A's, and B's on your exams. Unless your looking a C, or a D for your average, I don't see the problem here.

Try having a family business grow, and then cave in on itself. Combined with nearly failing, and then never actually completing "high school" because of the stress. Running, and hiding from Tow truck looking to repo your vehicle. A landlord threating your family with an eviction, because you owe more than the rent,... Next thing you know, your a drop-out working at the local Wal-Mart, unloading trucks for $7.00 an hour, US. And that's the good news!

Yeah, try walking in my shoes for a while.




Flodgy

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#9 10 years ago

I'm sorry but what?

You're refusing to study because it 'decreases your ability to think on your own'. What the hell is that? The whole point of study is to individually enhance your knowledge and progress in a given area.

The reason you're failing is because you aren't making the effort. Stop coasting. I know it sounds harsh but that's reality.




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#10 10 years ago

This statement says it all.

...I just do not prefer it I was always better with knowledge I already posses.

No one is ever "too cool for school". I noticed too that this...

I am someone who always was very percieving, ready to react, thoughtful and determined.

...is put in past tense. Perhaps you should get back to being someone perceptive, ready, thoughtful, and determined. Somewhere at some point you let your attitude slip, thinking you didn't need to prepare anymore. You have to take school seriously to do well at it. Even bright students need to study, take that for granted and suddenly you're not so bright anymore.;)




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