how can i convince my parents to home-school me?
– I want to be home-schooled cause i just found out i have something wrong with me where stress makes me black out, pass out, memory loss, chance of temporary blindness (w/ chance of permitting), vomiting, extreme headaches, mini seizures, and a “brain tumor” (not cancer but is behind my eyes and grows w/stress). That i am slightly over weight and if i got to the right health i wouldn’t experience any of these. but i never have time to work out because my mom & dad have me go to a school 1 1/2 hrs away (i drive everyday) making me get home do a 1-2 hrs of homework (finishing around 8 o’clock). because of the gas $ everyday i cant afford to go to a gym and i live in MN and its -20 most the school year but if i was home-schooled my parents could afford a gym membership for me.
– problem is they think i want to be home-schooled because i want to be lazy i just want time to exercise, and they don’t listen to me and think im being over dramatic and faking when i get sick even though they know about this
-no one at my school knows i have something wrong with me they just think i put no effort in school (memory loss)
If it’s for medical reasons, then get your doctor involved in the conversation.
Homeschooling can be as flexible as you choose, but if your parents think it’s because you’re ‘lazy’ then they will want you to duplicate your school experience at home…which will be long hours at home. A few ideas-
here is a free, online curriculum that is available through most schools. Your school pays for it, it’s covered (well, nearly all schools, check;) it’s an online school, certified teachers check your work, you just stay home. Notices will be sent to parents if there is a problem, and they can check your work as well. All books are online. You can design your own schedule..work out in between lessons, etc. You will have due dates, though.
have them look at this. When my 9yo wanted to go back to school, i gave it a trial run. You might ‘give it a trial run’, for the remainder of the year.’ are you really dedicated?
Then you may want to try and school through the summer. If you are dedicated, then going through summer instead of staying out and having fun should show them.
Hope this helps!! And these are teachers..so if you start being ‘lazy’-place no doubt, the parents will get an email!!-your assignment was not turned it;)
How long will it take to correct my lazy eye.?
I’m currently 18. I noticed my lazy eye when I was 16. I have lazy eye in my right eye which looks up leftwards when I try to look left, but it kind of fine when I look right. I am doing eye exercises with both eyes(should I only train my right eye?) and I patch my good eye for around 3 hours on weekdays and 10 hours on weekends. Starting now, how long will it take for my lazy eye to correct or how long until I see any sign of improvement?
What you’re describing is strabismus not “lazy eye”, these are two different things.
Highly unlikely that your crossed eye will become aligned with “exercises” or patching the eyes, which usually only works for kids under 8 or so.
Note: eyepatching procedure must be performed only by an optometrist, not by oneself.
What can I do to fix my lazy eye in my right eye.?
I went to the eye doctor to get my eye checked, but they didn’t really seem concerned about my lazy eye in my right eye. I asked the doctor and he said that there “might” be a few tangled muscles or something like that, but that’s just a guess. He said that I need to see someone who specializes in eye surgeries. I don’t want to get a surgery since it is quite costly and since my family doesn’t have a lot of money, I don’t want to burden them. I am currently 18 (turned 18 last month) and started noticing my lazy eye when I was 16. It didn’t really bother me because I thought it would go away eventually. When I try to look left with my head straight, my left eye is fine, but my right eye looks left-upward. When I look right, everything is fine. I looked around and saw that there are easy and free ways to cure the lazy eye. I want to cure it permanently and as uncostly as possible. I also heard that it’s harder to cure lazy eye the older you are. Since this was noticed when I was 16 and I’m currently 18, is it too late for me? Is there any way to cure it without getting surgery? If yes, then what can I do to cure it?
**Summary for lazy people like me**
1) Lazy eye in right eye
2) Noticed at age 16
3) Currently 18
4) Right eye looks left upward/upward when looking anywhere left right head straight.
5) Do not want to get surgery
6) Want the best/easiest/cheapest way to cure it.
7) Is it too late? Is surgery my only option?
Specific training exercises and tips are highly asked of.
When I close my left eye and use my right eye only, it works fine.
You can try patching. It’s simple and free. Just put a patch (or bandanna, etc.) over your good eye for a few hours a day, so your lazy eye is forced to focus like it’s supposed to. It should help strengthen the muscles. You can also try eye exercises. The ones on this page are good -http://www.wikihow.com/Exercise-Your-Eyes
I would personally not do the ones that involve putting pressure on your eyes. And always do the palming after the exercises to relax your eyes. Relaxation is just as important as the exercises.
Not sure exactly how much they will help you, but they’re free, and they’re good for your eye health
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