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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kar View Post
    Well, I know who I am. Basicly. I know what's written down in my passport, I know my past, I recognize the person standing in the mirror and I've gone trough all personality tests ever made. People have always told me how much I remind them of my dad, but I'm starting to see more and more that they're wrong. That doesn't mean that it's still pretty hard to guess for me who I am. Even when I ask someone else, because everyone gives a different explanation. Okay, there are some things everyone agrees on (that I'm "emotionally strong" and "eccentric") but that says nothing to me.


    I know the basics. I like: doing crazy hyper things, acting, writing, you know, being creative and getting attention for it. I live for attention, positive ore negative. And about enjoying hating people: I didn't enjoy it when I was younger, but I slowly started to. Now I've turned into a hate junkie.


    I still draw and write a lot, especially when I'm bored. People say I'm pretty good at it (what do you think? It's the only thing I could do when I was a kid!) and maybe they're right. I've tried to socialize a lot, but it always became a disappointment. I get angry pretty easily, you see. People usually don't notice it, but I do get angry at them and if they don't appologize real quickly, I'll avoid them for the rest of my life. So maybe it's better not to socialize until I get better, but that actually feels pretty lonely and depressing to me. So I'd better get better as fast as possible.


    I still have one year to go, but it will be really hard to go and live somewhere else. Going to college is so expensive and my parents are trying really hard to keep me here.
    Re: anger - that's just an Ne dominant thing. People get boring, or they are being fake, and we're really good at reading between the lines on that sort of thing. It's pretty easy to get offended that someone's trying to put something past us.

    Still, do what you can to leave home for pre-graduate study. Does Holland refer to the Netherlands or to somewhere in the US? That makes a big difference as far as baccalaureate study expense goes.

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    It refers to the Netherlands, but I prefer to talk about "Holland" because it's not that long. I'm lazy. Here you go to some kind of college or university after high school, what kind of school you're going to depends on your qualities (I'm going to a university, the highest kind of school here).
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Ah, a VWO'er hmm? Respect.

    Either way, I don't think stopping with socialisation is going to help you get back to normal. Instead, focus on acceptance perhaps. Not everyone is perfect, heck, most are far from it. But learning to deal with peoples shortcomings, and admire peoples good aspects. Should help you on the way.

    When you are curious about someone and delve a little deeper you might still find things you don't like at all. But if you don't like what you see, don't hurt yourself because of it.

    There are plenty of nice people out there, it just so happens that immature people around your age are not usually part of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kar View Post
    It refers to the Netherlands, but I prefer to talk about "Holland" because it's not that long. I'm lazy. Here you go to some kind of college or university after high school, what kind of school you're going to depends on your qualities (I'm going to a university, the highest kind of school here).
    OK, thought so. Doesn't the state provide assistance? It shouldn't be that expensive, especially if you're going to university. I know that it's a particularly American idea to "go away" for college, but I would think you'd be able to find some options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    OK, thought so. Doesn't the state provide assistance? It shouldn't be that expensive, especially if you're going to university. I know that it's a particularly American idea to "go away" for college, but I would think you'd be able to find some options.
    In The Netherlands, schooling is pretty expensive because the average household can afford it. As for 'the state'. They're a bunch of quacks that no nothing about money.

    If I had lived in Sweden, I would have still been studying. Schooling is free there, apart from books. :3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    In The Netherlands, schooling is pretty expensive because the average household can afford it. As for 'the state'. They're a bunch of quacks that no nothing about money.

    If I had lived in Sweden, I would have still been studying. Schooling is free there, apart from books. :3
    I still imagine it's much less expensive than the United States. Law school is going to cost me somewhere around $55,000 this year or around 45,000 euros.

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    If you want to go and study in another town and if you want to go live on your own, you only get like 200 euros a month for living. And then they don't even expect you to go and find a job, as far as I've heard. But that doesn't matter. When I'm going to university, I'm going to quit eating. That would make things a lot easier and I'm sure it wouldn't hurt. Look at all the third world countries. People who live there don't eat, and look at how many of them are living on this planet!
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    There isn't much you can do while still in high school. You really need to focus on finding a way to separate from your parents. The town restrictions on Uni sound weird but I guess it is similar here with states. Hopefully economic conditions improve by the time you are leaving HS and can support yourself. Are there opportunities to study outside Holland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    There isn't much you can do while still in high school. You really need to focus on finding a way to separate from your parents. The town restrictions on Uni sound weird but I guess it is similar here with states. Hopefully economic conditions improve by the time you are leaving HS and can support yourself. Are there opportunities to study outside Holland?
    I guess so, but I think that's not necessary. If I'd go study in another town, it would already be okay. I could go home during weekends, but stay there if I wanted to.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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