(18 year old) Giving up a part of the fun & comfort now in order to pursue a more rewarding & exciting future?

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MSepooh
Asked at 2012-09-30 08:08:04
OK, so my situation is this ... I have 18 years, only in the community college, still living with my parents, which is a combination of suburban and agricultural land, a hermit (no friends at this time), but I like to think I'm a such as-able, no money or job, but I took a loan, and my parents are paying for the first two years, so far I'm doing pretty good except ... is hard for me to get out and meet new people when I'm trying not to myself digging a financial hole ... I spent most of my time playing drums (I've gotten pretty good), and reading / writing of school ... and of course, I'm taking fully online to save gas. I really enjoy going out and meeting new people, I know I am friendly and fun to be with my anxiety when they get the best of me (mild), but at the same time I feel like there r more pressing issues to be addressed at this time. .. like getting the hell out of my parents' house! haha. is difficult to meet new kids, if not its surrounded by them, I'm just going to admit it, but I imagine that if I focus on my school and my career goals now (that's another story), after two years you can transfer to a university where there is much more at stake. If things turn out well, and buckle down for the next two years, I will have the financial freedom to splurge a little and play with other children and do normal things like get drunk college my ***, and be harassed by police lol ... umm ... You think I'm making a big mistake? Should be enjoying life right * now *? ... I have no friends to talk about this with je. I feel like I'm missing something, but on the same note, I'm excited to have a better future. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thnx in advance for your answers! and I hope you do not mind if I repost this question.
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