College is supposed to be the best time of our lives. We’re finally free to choose something we like to study, we can make our schedules, and we can make new friends. But, of course, we think we can do it all- have a social life, go to class, ace all classes, and even work- but that’s not realistic for most. Most of us go through different emotions every day. Throughout the year, we all or at least most of us feel some common emotions.
1. When School Finally Starts Again
It’s no secret all college kids, or at least most, have a long vacation. Those 3 1/2 to 4 months are pure bliss and very much needed in order to catch up from the stress of the year. But when we have to come back to reality, we all dread it or at least most of us do.
2. Buying Books And Paying Bills
Let's face it, we've all been there when we've had too much on our plate and we end up questioning if it's even worth it to continue doing anything. We've all had the thought that we would be better doing nothing than going on. But rest assured, all this hard work will eventually pay off.
6. Dealing With Rude Teachers/Students
I think it's safe to say we've all had our fair share of teachers that have been rude or just not good at their job. We have also dealt with kids who are rude and, frankly, make you question why they're even in college because they do nothing. It's frustrating in these classes and, often time,s we find the class is the only one offered that semester. Or all other ones are filled and we can't switch teachers. It can be frustrating dealing with rude or mean students as well. It can really take the fun out of a class you may have been excited for.
7. Do Any Test
Let's face it, doing anything in college sends us into being an emotional wreck. We stress over everything and make everything a heavier task than usual when doing so. Us college people are usually very over-dramatic and I can definitely relate.
8. Not Caring
Most of us at some point just give up and stop caring. At the end of every semester, we always feel exhausted to the point of giving up and contemplating whether or not we want to go through with everything.