I'm stuck jakeeeeeeeeey

yes I’m stuck
i know i was going wrong but wasnt having courage to speak up to anyone in this group and
with
even myself
you know what
our story is same pretty much same
i was stuck in endless loop of task and responsiblity
i was stuck in endless pools of refreshing content out there
for endless hours
i frequenty missed my family in dinners
i missed everything i can
one day
my grand father asked what youre looking on this phone for 2 hours
and there was nothing i could answer
not even a single word

and was even stuck with my diopeter for more than a year till date
but yesterday i realized that i have truly forgot what was active focus
here is my solution to my problems
i resolve to measure my eyesight as frequently possible this week
i resolve to take frequent break to work this week
i resolve to not to be hard on my eyes while practicing active focus
sorry for english
i resolve that i will give time to myself to slow down and essentialy making time to reflect on my own statergy
i am only looking for a decent change
because decent is good
any advise is acceptable

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My advice is that you follow your own resolutions.

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Sounds more like a confession than asking for specific advice in a certain area. What, more specific advice are you looking for? :thinking:

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I was trying to discuss what I am going though
My English is weak sorry but
Equalising it’s hard than I thought
I m stuck and still struggling to keep up habits in place
Sometime I force myself to blink hard whenever I m in deep state of work
And get pain in my worst eye
Ocular dominance is there
but it’s hard to accept why my one eye see more clearly

Sometime I miss my habits for 2-3 days
Until I realised
(I will be in college this year nervous )

Yes, you will probably have even more close vision work when you attend college. If you only use a smartphone right now, it would be a good idea to get a bigger screen for your college work. And, as you admit yourself, to stop wasting time and getting ciliary spasm on a smartphone addiction. Ocular dominance and a small diopter gap are normal.
Good luck with your transition to college, and sticking to your resolutions and good vision habits.

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@Ursa

We were on long walk one morning
I asked my grand father
How do you feel now after more than 70 years have passed
He said “I feel much younger ness than you feel now “
Then i never had chat again on deeper ascpect of life with him

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I can understand what your grandfather feels. I feel freer now than I have ever felt in my life. There is a great pressure on young people to try to find their place in life. With all the pressure on you now, it might be enough simply to make sure that your vision does not deteriorate rather than to beat yourself up for no improvement.

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Thanks I haven’t detoriated my eyesight further and I am also thinking to buy an iPad as you were also suggesting
I can see till 30 cm clearly in good natural lighting

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Hey I have one question for you
@Ursa
Sometime in day my worst eye dosent focus even in natural ambient lighting for hours

But some time it does focus
I study 90 percent time in either desktop or on laptop

What piece of the puzzle am I missing

I’m sorry, but I have absolutely no idea. It may help if you try to find a pattern to when it does and doesn’t focus. For example, at the end or beginning of sustained close vision. At the beginning or end of the day. After or before meals. After or before outdoor time and distance vision. Perhaps the eye is gummed up for a while which can happen to me when I have just woken up. Perhaps it has become too dry from lack of natural blinking during sustained close vision. Sometimes an eye can fail to focus because it is tired or strained. It is obviously still capable of focussing, so I would not worry too much.

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Oh now I understand thanks dear

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