But what if you don't want to do it because it's actually not good for you? Nobody can know everything, and sometimes my parents make bad decisions for me, and some decisions might result in catastrophes if they've been made and aren't good and nearly everyone does it.
Good is subjective. I might think that it is to your benefit for you to die, and thus decide to kill you. Would I be wrong? No. Logically, you cannot refuse my killing you.
Humans are born wanting choice and control. Logically, there is no need for control.
Drug administration is a good way to remove this need.
That's parents for you.
Most of them at least. Like extracurricular activities for example soccer, basketball, swimming, music lessons, I don't need any of that shit in my future I don't need gym to be a Vet. I don't need music lessons to be a vet, I don't need basketball OR swimming to be a vet, some parents just don't understand at all.
I will give you a goal: happiness. Your goal in life is not to become a veterinarian (Or is it veteran? "Vet" could mean either); it is to be as happy as you can be.
Music lessons and exercise are things that will make you happy. You cannot appreciate them now, but without them your life will be different. They will make you happier.