Carrier

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Jenny wings
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Re: Carrier

Post by Jenny wings » Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:49 pm

You must not stop. Live for yourself. Take a stand and dont be quite! You must explain to them how important this is for you. They are your parents and they will not let you destroy your life. No need to give up, you have the right to be happy. Take care.

Melissa Doherty
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Re: Carrier

Post by Melissa Doherty » Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:28 pm

Hey dont lose heart. Parents always want the best for us. You can always have a career after you get married. Maybe you can discuss this with your imminent spouse. Pray that he likes the idea of you doing a job. Take care honey. God bless you.

Katelyn
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Re: Carrier

Post by Katelyn » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:54 pm

Hi there Goodluck, how are you? Hope this finds you in good health. You are right, if its just one more year, then you should definitely convince your parents. I think they will understand. All the best. Have a great day. Take care of yourself.

selena
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Re: Carrier

Post by selena » Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:10 pm

When you chose the career it was at that time when parents should have interfere. Now no sense. Because you have gone a long way. In the last year they are thinking it's not appropriate is so ridiculous. So better first think when starting.

Emma81
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Re: Carrier

Post by Emma81 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:35 am

You have to talk to them. Have a healthy discussion with them. This will help you out. Don't argue or fight as it will make situation worse. They are your parents. They never think bad for you. Just try to be calm. Wishing you good luck.

Ruby
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Re: Carrier

Post by Ruby » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:39 pm

Hi dear, Hope you are doing well. This is sad. This is painful when you are nearest to your dream. And someone told you not to go for it. This is actually problem of every family.First we are taught to set some aim. And when you are nearest to your dream they ask to give up.

Blemishs
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Re: Carrier

Post by Blemishs » Wed Aug 29, 2018 12:46 pm

Thats bad! You must talk to them. They will understand you. They wish best for you. Honey be patient. Everything is going to be alright. Take care.

Kesia Oneil
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Re: Carrier

Post by Kesia Oneil » Wed Aug 29, 2018 12:55 pm

Hi, Darling. How are you? Hope you are doing good. What I would suggest to you is to go on with your carrier. Do not let any barrier come in between. Everything in life is equally important. This life is not all about being married and make babies. Have a nice day. Take care.

suki
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Re: Carrier

Post by suki » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:42 pm

Hey! How are you doing? I think you should fulfill your dream. Your family has to cooperate with you. They need to understand your feelings. Life doesnt give second chance. All the wishes are with you. Good luck.

Damaris
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Re: Carrier

Post by Damaris » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:28 pm

I know you're young, but you have to get started sometime. Some teenagers have someone who is an adult and who supports them in their goals. If you don't, you can either keep butting heads with you're your parents or being afraid to approach the subject, or you can start to find out for yourself about this career path you want to embark on and show them that you are really serious. In other words, the more information you have, the more informed you are about what you say you want, the more you can talk about it intelligently and demonstrate that you know what you are talking about, the greater your chances of being able to convince them to support you. If they have just as much information as you do, then you are on an equal playing field. They are your parents. They are bigger. They are older. They win! At least until you're out of the house or until they no longer foots your bills! Is that the way you want it? No? Then get a move on and start doing your homework! Does doing your homework mean that you will get what you want in the end? Does it mean that you will be one hundred percent guaranteed to get their support? Not necessarily. Your parents are certainly taking into consideration your best interests. But even if you don't get them to support you, you will know a lot more than you do now about the profession you say you want to pursue. Stay tuned for future articles and we will address the questions I mentioned above, one by one. Good luck!

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