i'm not sure what to do about my life right now?

i'm not sure what to do about my life right now? Topic: i'm not sure what to do about my life right now?
April 21, 2019 / By Tabby
Question: This year i'm really trying as hard as i can to be good. its my junior year of highschool and i need to do well in order to get into a good college. my grades have been **** the past two years and im working as hard as i can, but for some reason im just not that happy. i've been choosing to study and **** like that instead of chill with my friends. The past two years my main focus would be girls partying than school. now its school girls than parties. i even stopped smoking weed which i love doing, i havent smoked in almost 6 months. and i limit myself to only like one party or concert a month. i just am so torn because im not having fun and i dont know if its worth my 97 average which i dont really care about its just for my dad. i just need some input
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Reenie Reenie | 6 days ago
It's so great that you choose to get into gear and it's not to late to straighten things out. It's so good that u stopped smoking weed bc if u keep doing it it will go into ur adult life and it will kill u so fast. You can focus on your study's during the week. Study all during the week and do ur homework. And on the weekends u can party ur freaking heart out. Just keep pushing ur self and ull get were u wanna be in life. I have faith in u. ;)
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Reenie Originally Answered: i have to write an essay about life is like something give me some examples of how life is life please like 3?
rollercoster, ups n downs oldersibling, unfair christmas, suprises retirement fund, u get what u put in of course its like a box of chocolates, u never know what ur gona get

Michal Michal
I really should not tell you this however since I don't mind being the bad influence here I want to tell you that your high school matters very little unless you are planning to go to some ivy league college since you will spend the first two years of college most likely retaking mainly what you did in high school. You really need to pass so you don't have to retake anything however your college GPA will typically matter more so I suggest you take it easy and just get through it since college is much more difficult and more important fast paced and well expensive.
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Lewella Lewella
someone's got daddy issues.... whatever kid you smoke pot and have fun all the time, you might not want to bother with college. It's not for everyone. If you want a good future, don't skip school, pay attention in class, and take up a hobby to fill the void.
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Judi Judi
do what you want with your life. in the long run your dad doesnt rule your life. if he keeps pressuring you to do well now, wont he later pressure you to go into a career of HIS choice and not yours? dont forget to have fun, we're only young once and you wanna make the most of these years. there's no point in constantly living for the future.
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Gillian Gillian
Is it you that wants to get into a good college or your dad? If you've given up that much just to get good grades in high school, college isn't going to get any easier.
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Gillian Originally Answered: Did thomas jefferson live up to beliefs about Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness in his personal Life?
LIFE Thomas Jefferson was cool because he was very much a "practice what you preach" kinda guy. He actually wrote an essay about what he did in order to live twice as long as most men his age (The Healthful Habits of Thomas Jefferson) LIBERTY While Jefferson was a man who was devoted to liberty above all else, and is remembered as the most liberty-endorsing founding father, he was also a product of the era in which he existed. While he himself was free, he did own slaves but over the course of his life, fell in love with a slave named Sally Hemings and bore several children with her. While this is an unforgivable hypocritical act, most men of his time would have taken pleasure from a woman he owned with relish, and nary a thought about it. However, Jefferson did change his mind over time, and spent the last leg of his life setting up paperwork and endowments in order to free his slaves and give them enough money to survive as freed people. HAPPINESS As far as the pursuit of happiness goes, the saying which you are quoting actually comes from a Scottish political theorist named John Locke who was popular at the time. The ideals of Lockian Liberalism, the idea of "liberty" that one must have property in order to be free was expressed in his statement that "no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty, or possessions." Jefferson, who had a flare for the poetic and philosophy, felt that this direct reference to property, given the aforementioned liberty was not only redundant but a little crude and narrow, so he changed it to "the pursuit of happiness." Given that Jefferson coined the phrase in the first place, traveled, and loved his wine and women, I'd say that he was pretty much into the pursuit of happiness as well.
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