have yOu ever felt that you've given everything, and yet you failed?
Topic: have yOu ever felt that you've given everything, and yet you failed?
June 26, 2019 / By Till Question:
i did my case study in software engineering for months, i spent sleepless night. me and my groupmates really did our best. if you'll compare our system with other groups, our system is a lot better than theirs. But they got a higher score than us. I really felt cheated. I believe that we dont deserve such grade. i really felt bad. i really do. maybe i've expected a high grade -- that is because i know we deserved it. during our pre defense, we got a grade of 97. and during the final defense, we only got 87. i hate it. i really felt bad. i just wanna share this to all of you guys. help me ease the pain i feel inside. :(
yeah.. losing really sucks.. like in relationships, when you thought youve given it all, but the relationship fails..
Best Answers: have yOu ever felt that you've given everything, and yet you failed?
Roxanna | 1 day ago
yes, I have done similar...give everythign you have and the end result is what appears to be failure....you at least know you gave all you had and hold your head high. I failed with what I really believed in and I look at it now and realize it was not my failure but a failure of the social system that was there to help.
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Yes, I have this happen many times in my life....now I have a mindset that I dont always hope for the best.......
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You only fail when you fail to try......Life ain't always fair bro...All that counts is you can say you did your best. If so then move on.
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If everything is fine health wise I would have her keep reading and writing during the summer. Take her to the library, let her chose books & ask her about them. "Why did you like it? what was your favourite part? " A good Librarian could help her find books she would like to read.
You didn't mention her age in relation to the school year. Remember that children born just before the cut off date for starting school are always the youngest in the class and they are always at greater risk of failing a year in school. Next year she will be older and wiser and she may do very well. That would be excellent for her confidence and she may learn to love school.
You can't really make her mature faster but you can give her simple responsibilities around the house. An allowance is an easy reward system to help her learn that she has to hold up her end of the bargain in order to get the reward.