*Disclaimer: I tried my best to browse through the first ten forum pages, and used the search engine to find similar topics. It's also very late where I live, and quite possibly I missed something. If this is a dupe, mods please accept my apologies and feel free to close. Thanks!
I thought we could reflect/share our experiences with ending an "era" in our lives, and starting a new one. Whether it's moving cities, the end of your childhood, changing your career, or the start of parenthood: what was the experience like? Were you exhilarated? Scared? What kind of challenges did you face? Do you have a funny story about it?
I have two days left to accept a college offer and it's giving me major anxiety. I can either stay in my hometown with my boyfriend, or move *quite literally* across the country, completely alone. Since I was little, I'd always wanted to move out, but the older I get the more big changes terrify me. I can't even begin to comprehend how different life is going to be, and the idea of graduating into the less than decent job market in my (already struggling before coronavirus) province terrifies me.