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    world, for paying off my debt from college. I fear that I may have to apply to more than I would like though. I am too hubris to ask my parents for money for anything, and I especially worry that I will have to ask them for financial assistance once I am in college, which I really would rather not have to do. I am a spoiled child, yes I could say this, but it is my parents’ decision of what they spoil me on, I hardly ever ask for anything, it’s even to the point now my parents are surprise if I ask for the tiniest of something because I usually never do. This even applies to situations that involve money, when I need money to fill up my gas tank, I wait until the very, very last drop of gas that’s left in the tank to actually ask them for money. I am not a moocher in any way, and it really bothers me when I have to ask for anything, no matter what that may be, and especially when it comes to money. When I am in college, like for books and a meal plan, those are expenses that come right out of pocket, and those are not cheap whatsoever, and I feel that will be the first step of my parents helping me through my college career. Once I graduate, and I am possibly in debt from paying off my student loans, I am sure that they will be the ones paying off the last remains of that debt for me. It worries me though, for my parents to be paying for my college expenses though, because I don’t like asking for money, and I hate asking for help, I am hubris, there is no doubt about that,…

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    There are a million things to worry about. As a matter of fact, a million and one. Whether those those things are minor like failing a test or major like getting in an accident there is hardly any where you can go where you are completely safe. Most these things don’t even cross our mind or effect our daily lives but for 18% of the population including myself these worries are real and overpowering to the point of physical and emotional hurt. They’re characterized by a mental illness called…

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    Malo has a useless family that influences everybody in their home in various ways. Uzi draws into mischief in school and been removed from each school he went to. Malo hangs outside and takes his mother’s auto. Chaka has been never home and when he is home, he doesn’t stay for long. All the inconveniences from Uzi, Malo, and Chaka does only worry Amina, who as of now have emotional instability and pick not to talk about it but rather expound on her inconveniences in a diary. Malo chooses to…

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    In summary, the article is about educating teenage kids, sons and daughters, about sex, relationships, and safety. When a daughter is asked out by a boy for dinner, the parents get concerned about the relationship and get overprotective, taking extreme measures to ensure their child doesn’t do harm or offense towards their own child and their families. “Here’s the thing -- thoughts are not equal to actions ... Rationalizing that young men have overwhelming urges that cloud their judgment and…

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    As a young adult I went into the Army and was taught that it is essential to become adaptable to your surroundings. After the service, the worrying came in. I would worry about the bills and how each one is getting paid. I worried about our marriage until it came to an end. I worried about how to take care of the kids and what I was going to do as a single parent. Then one day, as I was taking a hike and praying to God about my troubles, God lifted the worries away. It doesn’t mean that I don’t…

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    that there is no significance but the eels (For example, if they were rainbow coloured, the meaning would change). Eels indicate issues with commitment. You have problems choosing something and sticking with it. This easily relates to your problems because you are having problems choosing schools. Consider the phrase “slippery as an eel”. You are trying to avoid the responsibility and commitment needed to choose a schooling path. You should work on facing your problems and dealing with them.…

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    remember. When I first sat down I realized I had almost no leg room. My knees went almost half-way up the seat in front of me and if I tried to lay back everything above my shoulders were above the head rest. I felt like an elephant riding a little bike at the circus, it looked awkward and uncomfortable and just out of the ordinary. I knew I could count sleeping out of the question, so I just found other ways to stay occupied and was relieved when each of the three flights landed. Again because…

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    rings. I sit up, tired as can be. It will not be long before I have to get ready for school. Depression is wide awake with me. It tells me I’m worthless and no one at school wants to see me. I lay back in bed sobbing because I know it is true. I drag my comforter from my feet up to my head and try to fall asleep again. I am so exhausted. This process is repeated day by day. When will I ever receive a full night of rest? Please, tell me. Being exhausted is getting old quick. Depression is…

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    with our children; afraid of not being there enough, not being there at all, or how will they turn out as they grow older. In the Orphans paragraph, the narrator says, “I was scared that I would die if I slept. And I didn’t want my sons to become orphans…”(Alexie 613). Throughout parts of the story the narrator describes his fears while waiting for his medical results. He struggles with anxiety, fear, and the not knowing. He tries to alleviate these feelings by using humor, “ There was a rumor…

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    They both believe that letting go of our worries will lead to happiness but they both have completely different methods of getting rid of these worries. Epicurus suggests letting go of our unnecessary desires so we don 't have to worry about them anymore. Joel Osteen tells us to try to enjoy what you are doing at the moment, whether it is school work, or a task that must be completed for work, or the dinner with the in-laws. So, start finding a certain level of tranquility in whatever you are…

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