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    hey
    I am not sure if any sports help with ur educational life
    I am sure it helps u in some kinda way but I dunno specifically
    especially badminton as I love badminton and I would like to know how this helps with my study life, does this increase my brain activity speed faster???
    my parents don't allow me to play any sport as they want me to revise for my exams (the ones that are coming in November retakes) they think that I better concentrate on retaking then playing sports or any other activities.
    neither I socialise with my mates or go out with friends as I don't have any freedom to do what I want and this always piss me off. my life is just full of restrictions
    even I have never joined a spots club during my GCSEs but still haven't achieved best grades coz of my brain maybe is too slow to respond on any questions, and i have seen that those who's more engaged with sports or any other activities outside of the educational field achieved much better grades than me even they seems like not care about the education and I am the one who spent my break, lunch and after school time studying and at home consistently studying from 6/7pm to 4/5am
    and the badminton thing is only for 2 hours in a week only for one day!!! it's not like every day spending 2 hours with badminton.
    sometimes I feel like I could call a child helpline or commit suicide coz I don't have a life, crying all the time without letting my parents know, can't do what I want to do. it's not like I am doing the wrong thing, playing badminton for only 2 hours every Tuesday is not wrong, right? and this is the only activity I want to do but they not even letting me do coz of my EXAMS
    so anyone can tell me how badminton or sports helps u with the brain?
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    I think calling a child helpline is a better idea than suicide.
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    you're probably doing badly at school because you're exhausted if you're studying from 6pm-4am every day

    speak to someone at school and ask them to help you come up with a sensible studying timetable which leaves space for sport and then show your mum and say your teacher thinks this is what you should be doing
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    (Original post by SmashConcept)
    I think calling a child helpline is a better idea than suicide.
    but i am really not brave enough to raise my voice for this
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    you're probably doing badly at school because you're exhausted if you're studying from 6pm-4am every day

    speak to someone at school and ask them to help you come up with a sensible studying timetable which leaves space for sport and then show your mum and say your teacher thinks this is what you should be doing
    i know u r right but thn i am not sure what teachers gonna think of me and my family and i have free time when i come back from sixth form, i usually rest for 2 hours and thn back to study and in that resting time, the badminton club just start so i can go but thn my parents think that u should b concentrating on studies rather thn badminton
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    i know u r right but thn i am not sure what teachers gonna think of me and my family and i have free time when i come back from sixth form, i usually rest for 2 hours and thn back to study and in that resting time, the badminton club just start so i can go but thn my parents think that u should b concentrating on studies rather thn badminton
    your teachers will understand, they will deal with plenty of really difficult families so a mother who just wants her child to study enough is not going to be shocking to them! They will also want to prioritise your wellbeing so it's likely they will be happy to have a quick chat with your mum about how some balance will probably help your studies!
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    your teachers will understand, they will deal with plenty of really difficult families so a mother who just wants her child to study enough is not going to be shocking to them! They will also want to prioritise your wellbeing so it's likely they will be happy to have a quick chat with your mum about how some balance will probably help your studies!
    u r right...
    lets see what i'll do
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    hey
    I am not sure if any sports help with ur educational life
    I am sure it helps u in some kinda way but I dunno specifically
    especially badminton as I love badminton and I would like to know how this helps with my study life, does this increase my brain activity speed faster???
    my parents don't allow me to play any sport as they want me to revise for my exams (the ones that are coming in November retakes) they think that I better concentrate on retaking then playing sports or any other activities.
    neither I socialise with my mates or go out with friends as I don't have any freedom to do what I want and this always piss me off. my life is just full of restrictions
    even I have never joined a spots club during my GCSEs but still haven't achieved best grades coz of my brain maybe is too slow to respond on any questions, and i have seen that those who's more engaged with sports or any other activities outside of the educational field achieved much better grades than me even they seems like not care about the education and I am the one who spent my break, lunch and after school time studying and at home consistently studying from 6/7pm to 4/5am
    and the badminton thing is only for 2 hours in a week only for one day!!! it's not like every day spending 2 hours with badminton.
    sometimes I feel like I could call a child helpline or commit suicide coz I don't have a life, crying all the time without letting my parents know, can't do what I want to do. it's not like I am doing the wrong thing, playing badminton for only 2 hours every Tuesday is not wrong, right? and this is the only activity I want to do but they not even letting me do coz of my EXAMS
    so anyone can tell me how badminton or sports helps u with the brain?
    Tennis is my favourite thing in my ENTIRE LIFE and I only get to play maximum 1 hour a week. And I know a have a lot of talent for it too, but don't get to practise enough, so loads of wasted talent there (and enjoyment).
    Yet I'm not overreacting like you. Seriously, I wouldn't say be grateful for the amount you get to play but at least don't act like it's the end of the world. There are far too many people who have way worse lives than you.
    As for everything else in your life, there isn't really much that is worth getting really upset about. Just put up with it, it's not that bad.

    By the way, I think sports has no connection with studies apart from the fact that it allows you to relax and in that way compliments studies with variety.
 
 
 
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