By Colin Jr. - 23/09/2015 13:24 - United States
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To be fair, in a lot of places it's expected for parents to help their kids with school (especially if you live somewhere where school is extremely expensive). A parent doesn't HAVE to, but if they tell their kids "we'll help you out, don't worry," and their kids take that into account while making their own savings (maybe paying for things, like a certain car, that they wouldn't have if they had thought it was out of their budget), it makes it really hard for them to jump back from such a set back. I've been saving up for school since before the age of 10, but that's because I was aware that my parents would not be paying for my education. If there was a legitimate reason, I'd understand, but a midlife crisis? And there are so many other potential reasons this could be messed up.
That's a pretty extreme midlife crisis.
Once he sees how fucked up the younger generation is I bet he will go back to normal