Your still so young. Everyone has this go through their head at this time. Do you have anything planned out for yourself? Goal, project, dream, aspiration? I dropped out 2 months before I was set to graduate and to army too. I said I will never go back to school, I hated it, it wasn't for me...until I got preg with my daughter at 22. I got my GED while I was preg and went to school for massage when she turned 1....it was always my passion but it took having a life to live for to push me. Ya, go have fun but not too much and for too long. Even if you go to a community college and transfer later, keep yourself busy and a goal in mind. Don't waste it away or else u'll be 26 like me and regret not doing any of that when u could. Ur gonna be fine, Hun, ur not the only one!
you're only 19...you have plenty of time to figure that out. Do you want to go into the Military? Enlist. College? Apply to schools you think you might want to go to..you dont NEED to know what you want to do w/the rest of your life to start college...or take time off, get a job, travel etc...so many options. its really up to you.
im 17 and im a senior in high school and trust me i know how you feel its really confusing trying to chose what college you are going to go to and what you are going to study. but if you go to a quite place sit down take some deep breaths and just think about your life you will figure out what you want to do in life.:]
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Plan on going to college, but in the meantime, take part-time and summer jobs in areas of interest. If you're interested in animals, work at a pet store, if you are interested in medicine work at a nursing home or hospital (do they still have Candy stripers?)...well, you get the idea.
Go to college, and start out with a liberal arts program. It will give you a good grounding, and the time to figure out where your interests lie, and in which direction you finally want to travel. Then, when you DO know what it is you want to do with your life, you can change your major, and proceed.