I would tell myself not to worry so much. Adjusting to life without your parents is had. The thought that at the end of the day you can not just go lay on your own bed makes you sad, but do not give up. Every cloud has its silver lining and you are strong enough to stick it out. It is easier said than done, but hold yur breath, and you will be back befor you know it. Also, do not judge a book by its cover is important in college. Just because someone looks scary or rude does not mean they are. Some of the nicest people I've met scared me and made me feel unconfortable in he beginning, but those people are my best friends now. In additio, do not be afraid to put yourself out their. Go out and meet new people. College is all about a new adventure. If yo look at everyday as a new aventure, it makes waking up a lot easier.
The best advice I could give myself would simply be to relax. I look back at the two years that I've been in college and I realize that I stressed over the little things that I didn't need to stress over, and I think that if I wouldn't have, I might have had more fun all this time. I shouldn't have let certain things get to me, and instead of wasting all the energy I did on those things, I could have used it to excel in the classes I had trouble in. I also would have told myself to take the two college classes I had the option to take. They would have come in alot of handy and I probably would have graduated junior college a semester earlier and I would be that much closer to achieving my goal of recieving a bachelors degree at a University.
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