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Hey im 15yrs old.i ned some parent comforting words =(?

Hey im 15yrs old.i ned some parent comforting words =(? Topic: Homework for words their way
June 16, 2019 / By Keren
Question: so im 15 and going into high school and im getting scared....it seems like life is passing me by and i don't know what to do?? it seemed like yesterday that i was going into 5th grade =( i don't want to grow up yet...im so scared they have me looking at colleges and my career and everything how will i know what i want to do for the rest of my life?? what if i choice the wrong choice?? i the older i get the fast life is going and im so scared please i just need comforting words right now =(
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Jacinda Jacinda | 9 days ago
May I ask what part of growing up scares you so much? You do have to grow up, and you may end up keeping some of your childish behaviors more secret. But it's not like you will have to give everything up over night and suddenly be an adult. I know how you feel. I never wanted to grow up. In many ways I still don't. But I have a daughter. Her needs come first. (This is something you can easily avoid by just putting off sex until you are ready for the responsibility.) I have to have a job to buy the things I need. But really - that isn't so bad either. I do something I enjoy. I get to learn interesting things and it is so nice to be able to get the things I want without begging my mom for money! ... There is the thing of some people are afraid of living on their own. But that's what room mates are for :) And many parents will let you stick around home for a while after 18 as long as you contribute your fair share to the house. But you are still years from having to make that decision anyhow. Don't worry. You can still sleep with your teddy bear and watch Saturday morning cartoons if that is what you want. I still sleep with the pound puppy that I have had since I was 4 years old. You will have more responsibilities such as harder homework, but the teachers will help you understand it and as you prove that you can handle the responsibility - you should be able to earn more freedom to hang out with friends and stuff. You may have to face offers of drugs and alcohol more often. But standing up for yourself isn't so bad. I never caved in to either. I told them I have no reason to want to use that stuff and nobody really gave me a hard time about it. For colleges and your career ... This is a good time for you to start thinking about what your interests are. But you don't have to decide your future now. Many people go through high school and start college with no idea what they want their career to be. They start college with general classes and read about different jobs, deciding which sounds interesting and doable. Then they can take the classes required to join that career. You have plenty of time - at least 5 or 6 years to decide what you want to do with your life. Just work hard at the classes you are assigned now. Take stuff you are interested in and be aware of the world around you. If you do make the wrong choice 5 years from now, you can always learn how to do something else. Really, it's not that bad. You might even be like me. I started out designing web pages. Then my boss asked me to do some photography and design some brochures and stuff. I found that I really enjoyed that stuff and when I told her how much i enjoyed it, she said I can choose which ever I want to do for the company! I ended up doing both, but it's nice to know that I have options. It will be ok. You'll see. Just do your best and enjoy the good things that come your way.
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Jacinda Originally Answered: Hey im 15yrs old.i ned some parent comforting words =(?
May I ask what part of growing up scares you so much? You do have to grow up, and you may end up keeping some of your childish behaviors more secret. But it's not like you will have to give everything up over night and suddenly be an adult. I know how you feel. I never wanted to grow up. In many ways I still don't. But I have a daughter. Her needs come first. (This is something you can easily avoid by just putting off sex until you are ready for the responsibility.) I have to have a job to buy the things I need. But really - that isn't so bad either. I do something I enjoy. I get to learn interesting things and it is so nice to be able to get the things I want without begging my mom for money! ... There is the thing of some people are afraid of living on their own. But that's what room mates are for :) And many parents will let you stick around home for a while after 18 as long as you contribute your fair share to the house. But you are still years from having to make that decision anyhow. Don't worry. You can still sleep with your teddy bear and watch Saturday morning cartoons if that is what you want. I still sleep with the pound puppy that I have had since I was 4 years old. You will have more responsibilities such as harder homework, but the teachers will help you understand it and as you prove that you can handle the responsibility - you should be able to earn more freedom to hang out with friends and stuff. You may have to face offers of drugs and alcohol more often. But standing up for yourself isn't so bad. I never caved in to either. I told them I have no reason to want to use that stuff and nobody really gave me a hard time about it. For colleges and your career ... This is a good time for you to start thinking about what your interests are. But you don't have to decide your future now. Many people go through high school and start college with no idea what they want their career to be. They start college with general classes and read about different jobs, deciding which sounds interesting and doable. Then they can take the classes required to join that career. You have plenty of time - at least 5 or 6 years to decide what you want to do with your life. Just work hard at the classes you are assigned now. Take stuff you are interested in and be aware of the world around you. If you do make the wrong choice 5 years from now, you can always learn how to do something else. Really, it's not that bad. You might even be like me. I started out designing web pages. Then my boss asked me to do some photography and design some brochures and stuff. I found that I really enjoyed that stuff and when I told her how much i enjoyed it, she said I can choose which ever I want to do for the company! I ended up doing both, but it's nice to know that I have options. It will be ok. You'll see. Just do your best and enjoy the good things that come your way.

Eloise Eloise
Sounds like there's more to the story with your parents as in career minded, aggressive, educated people, that's on the go and wants you to be the same. But the important thing is making this one of the best, greatest years of your life. The learning experience is fun but frustrating but what all of us old bastards would love to be in your shoes. Take each day at a time and make a game of it. Look at of wonderful things and people around you. Enjoy them and most of all, enjoy yourself. If that won't work for you, use my philosophy, if what I'm doing isn't working, do it different. Be your own person-don't let someone else push you around. Yes, everybody is right, you'll be just fine. I've got faith in you because you took the time to stop and think. Thats half the battle! Now go kick ***!!!!
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Christel Christel
Don't worry, you have lots of time to make decisions about your future. Just relax and enjoy hanging out with your friends. Meanwhile think about what you enjoy doing most, or what subjects you like, as a way to think of possible careers. There will probably be a counselor at your high school who can help you. There aren't really any "wrong" choices... You can always change your mind later on in high school, in post-secondary education, or later in life. So just try to make the best decision you can and that's good enough!
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Aurora Aurora
Just take one day at a time and try to enjoy the present. In terms of future planning, you don't need it all mapped out right now. I don't think I knew what direction I was headed in until my 4th or 5th year of University. With course selection, just try to keep your options open by not shutting any doors. If college is in your future, or you want to have that option, talk it over with your guidance teacher and make sure you take the required academics. Keep your grades up but try not to stress out too much. It will all work out.
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Abbygael Abbygael
High school isn't as bad as it seems. I'm 18 and about to graduate June 1st. I was pretty nervous about my career and stuff but you will figure it out along the way when you look at different jobs and what people do and how much they make. Growing up in highschool was fun. Sometimes its so fun you wish you grow up faster. Enjoy life.
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Stanley Stanley
Aww!! Hun, I know how you feel. Growing up is a BIG part of life. You do still have time before you have to make a choice for the future. You will be just fine. Are your parents having you look at colleges?? Talk to one of them. You will be just fine.
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Oz Oz
Your only as young as you feel Yes, with age comes responsibility But with maturity, there is also a deeper appreciation for life, for love and the world around you. Dont fret. Make good decisions and everything will fall into place. You have to realize you cant control everything.
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