When you take a leap of faith, say not going to the community college, and enrolling in a college where you have more opportunities, don't let anything make you doubt yourself. You took that leap for a reason, and you did do a lot of thinking before making it. It's college, it isn't like you really just picked one to pick one, and specially not one that would cost your family more than a few pretty pennies. I found out, just now, since my college is a little late on reaching out to their students about finances that I have to pay the school about $4,000 by the first day of school, I'm guessing...my parents, I understand, are not very rich, and I understand that we are struggling a little bit with money, but to blame me for not knowing anything, that's a little annoying...I understand that they're just as confused as I am, but to say that it's my fault for not reading and researching so much, is just a little too much. I gave them a chance to learn with me, but both of them, and in many occasions, refused to read anything and just gave me their information. They also acted like I was wasting their time because I had no idea what their social security numbers are...I got out of topic, as always, but I'm not going to let my leap of faith be intercepted by doubts and problems, resulting in injury and falling into quicksand, where I will no doubt blame myself for everything and nothing will be accomplished for a while.