My School Life Pretending to Be a Worthless Person 23


My School Life Pretending to Be a Worthless Person 23 is an insightful tale about an everyday high school boy being bullied. Jinsong Park awakened his Eedya thinking it was F-ranked; however, when tested later, it was S-ranked “Absolute Killing Intent.” Can he overcome it?

1. I’m a loser

High school can be an isolating place, especially for some. Hierarchies created and promoted by institutions can cause significant distress for some students, particularly if they find themselves near the bottom of class rankings or team depth charts. This can create feelings of self-loathing as it makes connecting with people difficult – even more so if scoffing from peers and seniors hurts deeply.

2. I’m a failure

School can be an emotional ordeal for many children and teenagers. Many students suffer from feelings of low self-esteem, anxiety, and fear of loss due to bullying experiences and pressure on academic excellence. Some may hide their true talents and abilities to avoid the shame and disappointment of failure – this may have mental and intellectual repercussions.

Students who appear unintelligent at school may have low self-esteem and use this strategy as a defense mechanism, hoping it will protect them from failure and criticism while fitting in better with peers without risking being seen as “nerdy” or “geeky.” Unfortunately, this strategy often leads to underachievement, low motivation levels, and negative attitudes toward learning.

Although this story features an average high school student as the main protagonist, they are well-written with intriguing fight scenes and backstories that make for a good read. Just be warned that it’s drama-heavy, so it may not be suitable – however, if you prefer something with less drama, this might be for you!

4. I’m a loser

Many students feel worthless due to a variety of underlying causes, including low self-esteem, fear of failure, or bullying experiences. Unfortunately, they often do not receive help when trying to address their emotions with school counselors or anti-bullying programs – thus continuing to hide their true abilities in school and not being able to perform at their full potential.

Peers may encourage them to conceal their talents and intelligence to fit in with a particular peer group, leading to feelings of isolation and lack of support from those closest to them.

Pretending to be a loser can have detrimental severe repercussions for students, including underachievement academically and the loss of significant learning opportunities. By downplaying their capabilities continuously, they lose out on advanced coursework, extracurricular activities, and competitions, which could provide a sense of achievement and make lifelong learning experiences worthwhile.

Miss out on opportunities to develop a healthy relationship with their intellectual curiosity, become bored with their studies, disengage from classes, and start to dislike school altogether. Their mental health may suffer due to stress caused by acting like they’re losers, which hinders academic performance further and finally becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy resulting in being trapped in an endless cycle of pretending they’re losers and becoming trapped within themselves.