July 27, 2016
The real problem is that there are college students that don’ want to work and want to go to the best colleges money can buy and the parents are encouraging this. What happened to the day you went to the college you could afford, and you worked to pay for all of it or, at least, helped your parents. The problem lies with the parents and the kids; the parents are encouraging this insolent and “it’s all about me behaviour” and that is why we live in a dog eat dog world today.
What made the baby boomers great and all those that came to the U.S decades ago? Everyone worked hard; there were no handouts, today’s generations wants the best of the best, but they do not want to pay for it.
When the going gets tough, many college students decide to take the easy way out and have no qualms about selling themselves to sugar daddies to pay for their college. Sounds like such a sad story, until you realise these spoilt brats want the best of the best for doing nothing. The student debt crisis is only a crisis because gullible parents are supporting stupid brats, and making them believe, they are special, when they are not.
The solution is very simple
Stop giving the spoilt brats handouts and make them work for their Room and Board. Translation; work and pay for your own damn college.
We performed a simple calculation on how most people could work and pay for their college. For example, residents of NY can go to a state or city college for roughly $6,500 a year. As your kids will be going to a college close to home, they will not need to spend a fortune on dorm fees or to rent an apartment. If they get a part time job, they will easily be able to pay the fees. It comes out to roughly $550 a month. Not only will they be able to pay their fees, but they will also be in a position to earn their pocket money. If they spring a variation of the following line on you saying something like “oh my friends are going to this top college, blah, blah.” Your response should be okay then tell your friends parents to pay for your education, and you can go there. Remember the equation must balance if you do more, the law of balancing states that you will get less in return.
Law of balancing
This law states that the more you do, the less you will receive as the equation must balance. That is why most good Samaritans end up dead before their time, and this is also the reason most heroes die young. It is not bad to help someone, but you should never attempt to help those that do not want the help or do not seek it; the only exception being young children
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