You may feel more freedom away from home if that is important to you.
You seem to be trying to make this decision on your own with insufficient information. Talk to your siblings, your mother's doctor, a clergyman, social service agencies, a trusted friend, neighbors, your mother's friends, anyone with information. They are not as dumb as you think.<br />
Attending the better college should be your goal, but you will never succeed if home worries occupy your mind. A solution exists, good luck finding it!
I don't think your mother would want you to give up a great college opportunity in order for you to stay at home and care for her. Get out there and live your life! Good Luck!
That's very nice of you to worry about your mom that much, but you also have to live for yourself. Even though she would be sad to see you go as most moms are, she will also be happy that you can go out and experience a more exciting and successful part of your life.<br />
Best of luck!
It's time to experience life now. You're going to have to leave sooner or later. If you can get the financial assistance needed, go to the school that will take you out of that hometown. In reality, you're not all that far away. You can always come visit for the weekend and for holidays.
By all means go to the better college, I live in Minnesota and my daughter went to a very prestigious college in Maine and graduated magna *** laude
Please follow the advice of those of us who will probably be telling you to leave your hometown. Go out there and experience life, you can always come back to visit plus everyone will miss and appreciate you more.
I have depression but it would never make me want to keep my children tied to me like that. You must live your life to the fullest and go for this opportunity. You can still be supportive to your mum with visits and 'phone calls. I really hope you put this to her and that she agrees. Good luck.
i'd suggest you talk to your mother. See what she has to say...take it from there. Common sense tells me you should go for the college that'll give you the opportuni ties you need but also being a daughter myself, i understand your worries. Please discuss this with your mum.
theres no dilemma the quest for knowage doesn't come cheap.I had a boss that allways said what ever has to be done.I say go to the best.you will leave home eventually why not now?
sorry hadn't realised.your blite I appogise
Going away to college is a great experience. It's nice that your's would be only hours away because then, if needed, you could go home easily.
you're right had not known you sittuation.as you can see by my spelling I never went to college was inducted into the army at a young age now suffer from p.t.s.d.school woulld just agravite me now
Don't borrow huge sums of money for college. Its mostly a waste of time and money.
I had the exact same situation as you and could not get away fast enough. I left all my friends and family in my hometown 6 hrs away while I did my degree. Be VERY VERY careful which school you pick. While I enjoyed the first 1-2 years away from home (simply because it was a different experience) after a few years I began to hate the city I lived in. The culture of the city just didn't match my values and style etc. It was too materialistic and I kept meeting people who were very insular and superficial. Be prepared for this possibility that you might not like anyone you meet and will be lonely. If I could go back in time I would have done more research about the school and the city but I learned a lot about myself and gained life experience by leaving my hometown. I really recommend it but DO RESEARCH about the city and school... the demographics, the job prospects for after graduation, and the type of person the school attracts.