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what is the reason to move on in life after you graduate highschool or college?

for example its gonna feel like an emptyspace once you leave school

Thank you comment icon Fantastic question, Aaron! I felt this way myself, especially because of how the pandemic cut my senior year of college short. I hope you get some great advice here — so many students feel this same way when they finish school. Wishing you great things in your future! Alexandra Carpenter, Admin

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Sree Padma’s Answer

Transition is never easy in life. But your experience of making friends in high school comes in handy to make new friends in college. While this will help ease the transition, communicating with your high school friends fills the void.
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Kalkidan’s Answer

True, but you should keep up with the social network through online platforms such LinkedIn , and Instagram which will allow you to expand your network and fill up the empty space you are feeling - A plus, It will help with job searching and volunteer work
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Jill’s Answer

Transition times in life can be really scary and also times of great growth. Take some time to think about the wonderful memories you have made, and then write out a list of intentions/hopes/dreams for the next phase of life. Who do you want to be, what do you want to stand for, what type of friends do you want to have, how do you want to spend your time, etc. It's exciting to experience the freedoms of "the real world"-- not having to go to class, take tests, write essays, etc., so embrace the new phase that you're in! You'll learn a lot along the way. Stay open to that student mindset-- you'll never know everything. Stay curious, ask questions, stay open to new and good things, and preserve friendships/relationships from when you were in school. Intentionality is key!
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Stephen’s Answer

People grow in different ways. Sometimes, you and your friends may grow in different directions and grow further apart. In other instances, if you have really strong friendships/relationships, make sure to treasure them and work on them. Make time for those people and continue to spend time and be there for them.
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