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Counselor gives helpful back-to-school advice
Dear Annie: It is back- Terrell, Texas to-school time for millions Dear Lou Ann Everett: of young people. I am an in- Thank you for your helpful structor at a community col- advice for students, especiallege and would like to offer ly incoming freshmen. We some suggestions to make the hope they pay attention. registration process smoother Dear Annie: My wife and for students. daughter (age 33) don’t get 1. See the school counsel- along. There is history beor at least two weeks before tween them from when our registration. If you wait until daughter was an adolescent. registration week, the coun- For the past few years, they selors will be extremely busy. have gotten along better, but 2. College is not free. I always sensed a dark cloud Scholarships and grants must on the horizon. be applied for months in adWe visited our daughter vance, not the day last week. Everyof registration. If thing went well unyou do not have til the day before we the paperwork in left. My wife made your hand, be presome offhand compared to pay. The ment, my daughter payout plan ofoverreacted, and it fered by my school went downhill from must be linked to a there. They are not credit card or bank talking to each othaccount. Check er now. with the school My wife tends ahead of time to be to be hypercritical, sure you have the and my daughter required informa- Annie’s Mailbox doesn’t know how tion for checks or to deal with it. I credit cards. My school re- try to play peacemaker, but I quires about seven pieces of don’t like being in the middle, information. You will need and neither of them listens to separate checks for the book- me. Any ideas? — Caught in store and tuition. the Middle Dear Caught: If your 3. Only the student should go to registration. Do not wife and daughter truly wish take parents, grandparents, to change this dysfunctional siblings, children or friends. pattern, it likely will require Small children have un- professional counseling to plugged my computer and figure out how to behave in vomited in my office. “He- a more productive way. You licopter” parents have been can suggest it, but otherwise, some of our worst headaches. we recommend you stay out They make nasty comments of the middle and maintain about the cost of tuition and these relationships individubooks, over which I have no ally. Dear Annie: “Open but control, and it embarrasses Lost” had an open martheir kids. 4. Read all of the signs riage, and you astutely asked with directions and instruc- whether her husband really tions. I am the last step of wanted it. My wife wanted an open the registration process, and I usually have to send 15 per- marriage based on advice cent of the kids back through received from her support the long line because they group. I agreed reluctantly. I painfully experienced having missed a step. 5. Turn off your cell- to hear phone calls from her phone. I need your full atten- suitors. The bottom line was tion to complete a multistep that I experienced a total loss process to ensure that you of trust and commitment, and have your schedule, your it finally led to our divorce. funds get processed and you Years later, my ex apologized to me for what she had done have the proper receipts. Go to the first day of class and asked for my forgiveness. even if you have not paid. I’ve been happily married to That is when instructors go my second wife for 21 years. over expectations and explain My ex is on her fourth marassignments. Some even lec- riage. — Not the Thing To ture. I want my students to Do be successful. Come see me in my office, even if only to say hello. I am here to help. — Lou Ann Everett, Trinity Valley Community College,

Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 Hash over any problems that are still standing between you and your happiness and begin to make the necessary changes that will lead you past them in the year ahead. Don’t hesitate to make a major relocation or change in your personal and professional situation. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Think before you speak. Problems will develop between you and someone you care about if you aren’t diplomatic. Listen carefully, and strive to find a workable solution. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Share your talents, offer your services and, most of all, you should enjoy interacting with the people you encounter along the way. New friendships will lead to interesting and unusual opportunities. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -Devote time and effort to getting ahead. Whether you work for yourself or someone else, the extra attention to detail will pay off as long as you don’t bite off more than you can chew. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Let your emotions lead the way. You can expand your awareness as well as your interests if you follow your heart. Connecting with people from different backgrounds will lead to valuable opportunities. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Express your ideas and plans in clear, concise language. Listen to the suggestions of others. Success can be yours as long as you are realistic regarding your capabilities. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- Stick to what you know and steer clear of impulsive or erratic people. You can achieve stellar results if you have the facts and figures to back your actions. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Limitations are likely, but they mustn’t be allowed to get in the way of your goals. If you look for ways to overcome obstacles, you will impress onlookers with your resourcefulness. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- There is money to be made if you have a mind to it. An old idea can be recycled to suit the current consumer climate. Love is looking positive, and time should be set aside for romance. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -Don’t share too much information with others until you are sure that your plan will work. Refrain from being impulsive or taking on more than you can handle. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Problems with partners, children or money will surface if you haven’t budgeted wisely. Get your priorities straight and do what’s necessary. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Offer suggestions but don’t do the work that someone else is responsible for. Focus on home and how you can make your surroundings more complementary to your changing lifestyle. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -A vacation that encourages thought, inspiration and motivation would pay for itself. Talk to people who can shed light on an idea or situation for enhanced insight. Distributed by Universal UClick for UFS






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