The school itself wasn't as big as I used to think and the memories of it all wasn't as intimidating as it was before.In fact, if I was to go back in time as a 15 year old with the knowledge and skills I know now.... So when you go to college it won't be because of the college that things get harder. If you lack confidence in school, you'll lack it in college.2.I guess neither of us were strong-willed enough, or wanted to break up enough.
It's harder because the person has yet to grow.
If you're not good at talking to people, girls, guys then recognise that will make it harder for you if that's what you want to do in College.
He was being really social and going out a lot, whereas I’ve always been a bit of a homebody. I went through a bit of a mental health scare — I was anxious and depressed — and I felt like he didn’t know how to support me.
Looking back at it now, I think it would have been really healthy if we’d gone our separate ways then.
Maybe that’s why, even during my most intense periods of doubt, I didn’t explore leaving the relationship.