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Dear Stef:

Is going to college and getting the magical piece of paper that opens doors to entry level positions worth the costs? Are the career paths that require a degree to do things that don't require a degree to do worth investing time and money in? I'm getting pretty frustrated with my current immobility and don't want to end up saying 'screw it' and find myself 5-10 years down the line looking back on all the time I wasted.

I've spoken to a lot of people and can't seem to find that small amount of unknown information that gets me thinking in the right direction. I'm currently very frustrated which may also be a sign that there is something else that is bothering me about this process, but I don't know what that would be.

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"MY YOUNGEST CHILD IS TURNING BAD!" Freedomain Article Response

My daughter is going astray. At age 20, is she beyond my reach?

Q: How do four children (two boys, two girls) from the same loving parents turn out so different in nature and manners that some even end up hating their parents?

I maintained a demanding job at my workplace while my kids were young, but I hired a very good nanny. I always got home to spend time with each child separately. At least one parent attended their sports/musical/dance events, and each tried to have quiet time with every child to hear their thoughts, help with problems, etc.

By the time we divorced, after 25 years together, the older three children were on paths in further education and eventually to good, satisfying jobs. But not my youngest daughter, now 20. Though she received the most attention from her siblings and her father and I, she’s emerged as an envious, angry, self-centred young woman.

She switched courses in school whenever possible. Her interests were boys, clothes and partying. We were also made aware of her ...

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