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My involvement level has ranged from near zero (throwing out a few well-researched opinions) to DEFCON Level 2 nagging.
More than a few fellow parents have recently asked me what advice I’d now give to those about to embark on this journey and I’ve listed them here: Establish an organizational system that works well for your student and for you.
By waiting it out, you have had the time to really discover yourself and work on self-love.
The number one rule of the dating world (as told by Ru Paul) is “if you don’t love yourself, how the hell you gonna love somebody else?
And when you find them, you’re going to have such a high amount of appreciation for them and everything you guys do together.
The Late Bloomers Scholarship specifically supports students in the College of Arts & Sciences who are returning to higher education after an absence of at least one year.
What I didn’t know, was how little I actually knew.
I am not a professional college admissions counselor but I ‘ve experienced this process as the parent of two kids on nearly polar opposite ends of the student-motivation spectrum: one responsible, mature and slightly overachieving girl, and one lazy, procrastinating, late-bloomer boy.