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An insight into boredom, the cause and the cure for the state of mind called boredom.

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Boredom The Dictionary describes bored as "as dull, tedious, and lacking stimuli". There is an inherent anxiety in boredom; people will expend considerable effort to prevent or remedy it, yet in many circumstances it is accepted as an inevitable suffering to be endured. A common way to escape boredom is through creative thoughts or 'daydreaming' yet I define Boredom as a lack of entertainment or a stimulant. School students can very easily get bored in the summer holidays because of a lack of change in the activates what they do in their day to day life. ...read more.

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vandalism petty theft and more anti social behaviour. There are many ways in which to tackle boredom. Getting a paper round is a good idea because it gets you up and out of the house, you can also earn money from it also possessions can be bought to prevent future boredom. But the downside to having a paper round is that you have to do it and it might cut into fun stuff. Joining a youth group is a good idea because there are normally new people every time you go. ...read more.

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I find going to the park every day and just hanging about very boring. Some people get drunk to avoid boredom. Although this can make things funny and interesting, it is not a very good idea and can cause trouble as well it does damage to your body mostly your liver. Boredom we will all get it at least once in our life time but it is very easy to stop being bored, just go out there and find some thing to cure it. It is very simple to avoid but it is just as easy to fall into the trap of boredom. I hope that this essay has given you an insight into boredom the cause and the cure for the state of mind called boredom. ...read more.

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