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Use What You Have
Dear Ralph,
  I am a female freshman at Hefei University. When I entered college, I found it difficult to study all the time, especially this winter holiday.
  I hate staying at home for almost one month; I hate doing the same routine day after day.
  I am eager to do something else to make my life more colourful. But no chance. I want to study, but there is no class. I want to dance, but no friend will accompany me. None of my friends are around.
  I become lazy. I don't even want to study! My parents say it is my fault. I feel so sad, so alone, so tired! Nobody understands me. I really want to solve this big problem. Can you help me?
  Carry Lee, via email  

  Carry Lee,
  School is out. You're home on vacation. Stop thinking about why you're there and what's around you. Take advantage of time at home to talk with your parents, telling stories from your first semester of college.
  Let them talk the same way about whatever happened at home during the same semester. To replace laziness with colour, look for what you can do instead of can't. Since your hometown lacks a comics class and no one wants to dance, ask yourself what the town DOES have.
  Some other kind of class' Potential dancers outside your group of friends' Be creative and use what's available.
  Ask strangers for tips. You may discover something new at home, such as writing or painting, or a solitary sport such as hiking or swimming. You also may make new friends as you pursue fun.

中国科学技术大学
继续教育学院

2005-11-22

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