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Hi i don''t really know where to start. Its my graduation in a few days and there have been so many arguments about it, that I don''t even want to graduate anymore.
With my graduation coming up I''ve been so excited about it. My uni only allocates 4 tickets per student. My natural instinct was my mum and dad and 2 sisters.
My nan wasnt happy with this and today made a scene on her door step when I went to go visit. Its a long story but I feel absolutely crushed and really need some advice
"Always respect yourself, your right to your own opinions, hobbies and interests.
Stand up for what you know is right in your heart- read, listen to and watch what you like on tv, spend time alone when necessary, avoiding pressure to communicate and ..."
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