Question: 'Did you ever let your parents down?'
April 5, 2021 7:50am CST
In my entire life, the only thing that I let my parents down during my university days. I transferred and enrolled myself in another school. It was almost 1 year that I did not tell them about it. I decided to move because my teachers in that old school were harassing innocent students. Luckily, they were so understanding why I did it. Did you ever let your parents down in any way? Image Credit: thesmartguardian.com
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@Shavkat When I was young the "legal age" was 21... you could do nothing at all without your parents signature. I got married at 20 and my father had to sign to approve. Even if I did not like my school, there was not a lot I could do. No other school would have accepted me without my parents approval.
• Cebu, Philippines
I can honestly say that yes I did because I did not finish my college education. I was the only one who did not finish college out of their four daughters. I finished only up to the fourth year of my course so I'm a big disappointment for them.
I can relate to you. During my younger years, I had decided on things that some people thought strange. There are no regrets of committing mistakes at that time. The matter most is that I learn something from that mistakes. I will not be this person if not experiencing things, either bad or good.
I am a good citizen and never dared to commit illegal acts to violate government laws. I did my part to be a good student and graduated without any hassles after moving to another school. Literally, the teachers at that school are sexually harassing students. It is the ugly truth that some medical students experience this situation when studying at their schools.