I I'm an infp-t im currently 18 , turning 19 in May. I'm in Spring Semester of College and I came to ask.

"Is it only me who hates school?."

(I NEED YOUR ADVICE/HELP)

This morning I said I really hate school. And my mom then said "well you'll really hate life". 

Honestly I'm not her,she always think of worse case scenario with me when I say a degree doesn't matter.

I love dance and instead of college I love to audition for places and be a trainee, even my friends said I could that I be good.

But my mom just doesn't believe in anything I do. She even called be talentless once and said she never seen me be artistic before,which is a complete lie.

 

As you can tell I'm conflicted should I give up my dreams of dance and being maybe famous or go to college and be unhappy until I'm 21?.

Because this is how I'm viewing it and I hate it.

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Shine-Shine says...

I'm an infp-t im currently 18 , turning 19 in May. I'm in Spring Semester of College and I came to ask.

"Is it only me who hates school?."

(I NEED YOUR ADVICE/HELP)

This morning I said I really hate school. And my mom then said "well you'll really hate life". 

Honestly I'm not her,she always think of worse case scenario with me when I say a degree doesn't matter.

I love dance and instead of college I love to audition for places and be a trainee, even my friends said I could that I be good.

But my mom just doesn't believe in anything I do. She even called be talentless once and said she never seen me be artistic before,which is a complete lie.

 

As you can tell I'm conflicted should I give up my dreams of dance and being maybe famous or go to college and be unhappy until I'm 21?.

Because this is how I'm viewing it and I hate it.

Cassidy (not verified) says...

Being 21 and an INFP, I understand the stress, pressure, and anxiety of choosing what to do for school. Honestly, I don't even know what I'm passionate about and I envy that about you. I think you should pursue your interests and dance/audition. But seeing as how your mom seems to want you to go to school, take up a creative  arts program that meets your needs/wants. I think having education is important for employers to see, but also know it's not 100% needed. I don't know what you're going for in college, but why not balance school (arts program) and theatre/dance on the side? A lot of opportunities can open up both ways and satisfy your mom and most importantly, yourself. 

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