Jul 26, 2017
Q. I'm a 14 years old boy. I'm getting ready for my boards. These days I don't feel like studying. Most of the time I engage with games and friends. Actually what I say I'm not able to focus on my study. Moreover when I'm studying my mom keeps scolding me tonting me. She use to compares me with other boys who are doing well in there studies better than me. I'm very much fond of football. I'm in a team here in Calcutta. But still am thinking if I could be better in my studies but all these words rather to say alphabets are just so confusing even the paragraphs are horrible. What to do now? Tell me
Hello son, I am happy to know that you are selected in Calcutta fottball team. Keep progressing! but as you know your boards are approaching you need to study for the same.
If its about your mother perpective, parents usually use comparative tone to motivate you don't take it negative, sit with her and toy to tell her your problem that words leaving become difficult for you.
Advices are as follows:
- Give more time to study, set a schedule to plays only one hour a day.
- Seek proper help. Go for individual tutions and clear your doubts.
- Don't stress, if you'll be determined to perform you'll do better. Your mother loves you!
- ALL THE BEST!!
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