Thursday, September 21, 2006

My problem child

my first son was adorable when he was a kid...and he looked normal and inteligent.when he was in kindergarten he got second in class. as a kid he never brought me any problems,always cheerful and playful during those years.His problems started in primary school when his teacher started calling him lazy and stubborn as he never finished his homeworks. In school he was always punished for this and his friends would make fun of him.the teachr infact told me about this when i went to see his report book. .He started to rebel when i tried to correct his homework,for him he already did his best and followed what the teacher said.his character become unbearable for me to handle.he got angry whenever i tried to correct his homework.In secondary school his problem was still the same infact worsen because the subjects were more...but what i did not understand was every time i met the teachers they said that my son was a clever boy but did not study hard enough.

in 1999 ,i then found out aboout wonder my son having problem in his studies.if only i could turn back time..i would do my make him a better person!Here i just hope i m not too late to help him out.I just want to say i m sorry...i misjudged u....

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

its okay. im sorry too. so many things running in my head.. been trying to. try to be what u want. never knew what my purpose of life. i got it a lot from people.. i think, im somesort 'talam dua muka' or hypocrite. never stood still in one place. a lot of things in my life, i never knew the meaning of it. im slow. slow to understand. slow to pickup the idea of people around me. try to catch-up wif everything in life. stil, theres too many direction that i had to choose. not many people can really understand me.