my past childhood friendships, yes.
as for past love interests, mya once said “There’s no need to reminisce about the past. Obviously cause that shit did not last”so no lol
There’s definitely some pros and cons. Personally I don’t think college is a waste of time, in fact, It’s been a big help with helping me become the young adult I am today. It has been and continues to be a great experience intellectually. I’ve learned so much in each of my classes and it’s helped me open my eyes to new and interesting things. What I do think is unfair is the whole money situation. Tuition increasing is making it harder for people who aren’t financially blessed/capable such as myself, worry about the debit we’ll be left with at the end of it all. It has definitely made me grow up way too fast. I’ve been working ever since I was 16 saving up for my future/now college expenses. I’m now a 22 year old who ultimately feels like an exhausted 26 year old. Working at jobs I particularly have not been enjoying has made me realize how important a degree will get me out of being a miserable person working a 9-5 I hate. In order to get where I want to be in the future I know a degree will benefit me, I know it’ll be worth it at the end. When it comes down to it the reason I continue is because I want to increase my knowledge, be financially stable for myself and my family, and be genuinely passionate/happy in the future working in a field I specialize in.