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How to deal with feeling of not wanting to learn anything?

shivajikobardan

Active Coder
IDK what is this feeling. Since my exams were over about 10 days ago, I have been feeling like this tbh...I did rest as well. Now the next thing to be studied is big data where I need to study from textual content and there is no videos for it. So I know that is also one reasons for my lack of starting to study...


IDK..I have been feeling this since a long time. How do I fix this feeling?
 

HadASpook

King Coder
Hello there, @shivajikobardan,

What you're experiencing is completely normal. I love learning new things, but even I can get tired of it. Don't worry if this happens to you, especially after something as heavy as an exam, as sometimes the next thing will come along and it will feel like a chore.

If you are studying try to space things out: study a few pages a day, revise over it(flashcards, writing notes, speaking to yourself, etc.) as you will give yourself more room to breathe and rest before doing all of this again the next day. Make sure to stay in touch with your teacher too: they can help with whatever you may be struggling with.

As you claim this has been going on for a long time, keep an eye on your thoughts and emotions: a lack of interest in your hobbies or discipline could be a sign of mental health problems, including depression. To combat these problems by yourself, the least you can do is keep yourself healthy(exercise and good diet - these essential tasks of everyday life can help to develop a healthy mind) and entertained(relaxing music, your favourite film/TV show, etc.) and keep in regular contact with friends/family. Of course, these only benefit you short-term: the longer you feel this way, the more you are better off seeing a doctor/therapist about your problems. Just note that feeling like this can in some cases, be only temporary(SAD - seasonal affective disorder("winter depression")?)

Last but not least, you may just not be enjoying the subject you're currently on or even the field of study in general. If this is the case, you may want to evaluate over your studies so far: what have you learned? What else is there to learn? Is there something here that I'm still interested in? Asking these sort of questions may help you in understanding why you feel this way about your studies.

I hope this helps!
 

shivajikobardan

Active Coder
Hello there, @shivajikobardan,

What you're experiencing is completely normal. I love learning new things, but even I can get tired of it. Don't worry if this happens to you, especially after something as heavy as an exam, as sometimes the next thing will come along and it will feel like a chore.

If you are studying try to space things out: study a few pages a day, revise over it(flashcards, writing notes, speaking to yourself, etc.) as you will give yourself more room to breathe and rest before doing all of this again the next day. Make sure to stay in touch with your teacher too: they can help with whatever you may be struggling with.

As you claim this has been going on for a long time, keep an eye on your thoughts and emotions: a lack of interest in your hobbies or discipline could be a sign of mental health problems, including depression. To combat these problems by yourself, the least you can do is keep yourself healthy(exercise and good diet - these essential tasks of everyday life can help to develop a healthy mind) and entertained(relaxing music, your favourite film/TV show, etc.) and keep in regular contact with friends/family. Of course, these only benefit you short-term: the longer you feel this way, the more you are better off seeing a doctor/therapist about your problems. Just note that feeling like this can in some cases, be only temporary(SAD - seasonal affective disorder("winter depression")?)

Last but not least, you may just not be enjoying the subject you're currently on or even the field of study in general. If this is the case, you may want to evaluate over your studies so far: what have you learned? What else is there to learn? Is there something here that I'm still interested in? Asking these sort of questions may help you in understanding why you feel this way about your studies.

I hope this helps!
I am not feeling like starting to study man. It is so sad.
 

HadASpook

King Coder
I am not feeling like starting to study man. It is so sad.
I'm sorry, but I don't think myself or anyone else can help you much further.

Please read carefully through my advice again, should you feel the need to, and just try to push yourself through this. Some stuff can be dreadfully boring, but you just need to crack on at the end of the day.
 

Ghost

King Coder
When I feel like this I usually try to come up with a real reason to learn something. For example, one of my first clients needed big data. He wanted web crawlers that could identify business information. We ended up with around 20 million business listings in 1 database. We then had to find a way to make this info easily searchable without any lag. That was hard, but the client was paying and it forced me to learn a lot about big data. If I hadn't had that incentive, would I have generated millions of database rows just to practice? Probably not, but you can't rely on there always being a paying customer to encourage you to learn more about something.

The trick is to come up with your own reasons. Here are some fun projects that require you to manage big data:
- Aggregate news/tweets/reddit posts/etc in bulk and display content by category with functional searching
- Download the entire Bitcoin ledger history and create analytical tools/displays for different time ranges.
- Download any crypto or stock history to analyze trends and see if you can create a bot that can predict investment outcomes better than average investor.
- Create a chat room software with hundreds or thousands of bots auto-sending different messages to see if your server can handle it.
- Load in 20 million rows of data and figure out how it can be searched in just a few seconds.
- Learn about relational databases / on cascade / on update triggers, and proper data management methods.
- Create a database mirror that updates in real time as your main production database updates.
- Learn how to use AWS for large project backups, automated on a schedule.
- Compare the differences between using 1 SQL query per row of data versus inserting rows in batches.
- Learn about all the types of JOIN queries you can use to fetch data from multiple tables.
- Create an interactive map with geolocation pins for addresses, loading all pins quickly without excessive Google API requests, without lag, and with data categories or other filters. This was one of my first big projects and it was pretty darn tough, but paid well and we learned a lot.
 

simong1993

King Coder
Staff Team
Guardian
When i get like this i do what Ghost has said. I find something that excites me and get building, i used to do websites but i hit such a slump i moved away from coding all together i then just over 2 years ago come back to python and you know what i am so happy, so what i am saying is try something new, get your love for the code back :D
 

marcos

Coder
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