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Feb 28 2012, 10:19 PM
Joined: 25-October 11
Member No.: 343293
Some days I feel like I want to quit playing and that my life will be a lot less complicated without the hard work in trying to make the time for practice.
How did others get around this?
Mar 1 2012, 05:02 PM
Joined: 16-September 10
From: South East London; Durham
Member No.: 130526
It exists in everything. Sometimes you may hate a job and feel like quitting, sometimes you feel like you want to give up studies. But if you do that, you would probably not forgive yourself. I try to think about the time when you first started playing, and really enjoyed it. Perhaps it was because you were improving really quickly, so as corenfa said: play something you haven't played and see your improvement; or play something new, yet not too far beyond your capabilities. This is to show yourself, that you can learn a piece and play it in a short amount of time - thus have a sense of acomplishment. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/woot.gif)
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