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i always feel guilty

posted by Anonymous on 13 December, 2018

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so just a short summary; i was put into homeschooling cause my mom was afraid i was being bullied. i never do my social studies and science, a little math and some english (dont blame me that the material is so damn boring) and i have nothing to show my teacher. starting tomorrow my mom wants me to scan and send all my work to her and im always feeling guilty, stressed, afraid, etc. i just need advice on how to stay focused and someone i can trust to vent to




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Anonymous ● 13 December, 2018 ⚓︎


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(same person as the one that posted this, but i forgot to add) im still in middle school, and my parents are rarely involved with what im learning. if i ask to go do something, i would start to feel selfish and stuff. not to mention i am socially awkward and have autism communicating with others besides my sister is a contant struggle. i rarely leave my room (and house) and i feel very distant toward my parents. i just want something that can force me to learn in a interesting way (*cough cough* public school *cough*) but i have no idea how to ask my mom for that. trying not to cry is a struggle lol and the only way to relieve myself of this weight is to look at memes :’)

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Anonymous ● 20 December, 2018 ⚓︎


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hey its okay not to click with the material all at once. your parents just want the best for you and that is why they want to see the material. what would be best is just to level with her and say that you've fallen behind. worse things have happened and you can definitely recover after you find your learning style

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Anonymous ● 20 December, 2018 ⚓︎


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maybe you can tell the teacher you're having trouble. she'll understand

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Anonymous ● 20 December, 2018 ⚓︎


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do you talk to a professional? like a doctor? if you don't they could probably help you pay attention

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Anonymous ● 20 December, 2018 ⚓︎


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you could probably ask your parents about enrolling in public school. if you make it clear you think it'll help they only want the best for you and would understand