Studying law in foreign language?
Yes, that’s quite difficult.
But there are more difficult things.
Being a mother of a teenage girl is super difficult!!!
I have a daughter who just became a teenager.
She came to Australia when she was 7 years old.
Until 7 years old, she grew up in Japan. So she couldn’t speak English.
Oh actually we lived in California for 8 months, she could speak American English at that time.
After living in California, we lived in Germany for few months. Then she started to learn German, and after we went back to Japan, she forgot English so quickly.
Anyway, when we moved to Australia she couldn’t understand English at all.
Before her school starts, I send her to a 2 weeks intensive English course, in the class she was an only Japanese. Other students are all Korean. Then she learned lots of Korean words instead of English...
After she started to go to local Australian school, she made lots of friends and she learned English quickly. The end of the first year, she has got a student award of English.
She skipped a grade, and now, her class mates are 2 years older than her.
She doesn’t have any problem of studying. She is still straight A student.
Therefore I thought it is good thing for her to study in older class.
But now I think that’s not good...
Next year her friends will start to drive a car.
Some of her friends already tasted alcohol and soon they will be party monsters....
I was a teenager before so I know how teenager acts.
My daughter is getting difficult but not that bad yet compare to who I was.
But yesterday, I found her facebook states became “in relationship” OMG!!!!
What should I do??? What should I tell her??? OMG!!!!!
Please don't ask my age. Maybe I am a bit older than you expected, but I am not that old. : )