Watch Out: How only child leaving for college Is Taking Over and What to Do About It
The only child from my mother is me. She left when I was 8 and I will leave when I am 17, but I don’t think I will be very good at leaving. I could get a job, I could get a boyfriend, or I could just find myself a new place to live. I have my own apartment right now, but I am still staying in my parent’s house.
This is one of those things I am not sure if I am just being selfish or if I have some kind of fatalistic attitude about living and dying. I have no family to leave behind, so I guess I am just being selfish. But I think that selfishness and fatalism are two of the hardest things to overcome in life, so I guess I’m just trying to play it safe this time.
If you are like me, and your parents have been pushing you to start college, let me tell you, you may want to reconsider. For starters, being a kid is tough.
I know this because I have been in the position of leaving for college and not being able to go. I am sure my parents would have rather I be a senior and be able to go to college, but I guess it is what it is. You have to do what you have to do. It’s not easy, but you have to do what you have to do. I think this is why I have such a hard time letting go of the idea of being a kid.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a kid. I wanted to be a kid that could do whatever I wanted to do, I could do what I wanted to do, I had no worries, no responsibilities. Now that I am a grown up, I want to be a grown up that can do whatever I want to do.
What is so hard about being a kid? Well, when I was a kid, I was a kid that grew up with a mom, a dad, and two older siblings. Now I have a mom and a dad, and two older brothers. How does that work? It doesn’t work, because your younger siblings don’t know what you’re up to and it sets up a huge mess for them.
While we’re on the subject of sibling rivalry, I think there is a huge issue with siblings on college campuses these days. I mean, they’ve created this image of college kids being completely oblivious to the fact that they are constantly being compared to their older sibling. In reality, college is a giant party, and sometimes the two of you are totally in it together. (Even if you don’t know it.
Its a bit of a problem because its so easy to look at your siblings and think theyre just as important as you are, and to not even realize theyre not. I know my sister has told me a few times how important it is to her to have college, and I know shes not doing it for my sake. I know shes not doing it for mine. I know shes not doing it for theirs.
Yes, it is a bit of a problem. I know this because my sister and I, for reasons I dont understand, are both leaving for college at the same time. Our mother, who I think should be in prison because she lied to our father about her son, is not coming with us. I have no idea why because I dont think I should be giving you information you should know anyway.
Why is this? Well, it’s because our mother is not getting a job. She’s staying home with us as a caretaker instead, and I think she is doing this on purpose, because she knows that I am not going to get the job and that she is getting it all on her own. So she’s basically telling me that I’m a bad influence on my sister. This is probably the worst thing she could possibly be doing.