I'm happy your daughter is excited to begin her new course. Hopefully, it's a start of new beginnings for her.
I'm hoping with my conversation with him last night and give him a week to research, just maybe he can find something of interest.
Can I ask??Does your daughter receive any government assistance/payments? Was it an easy process?
My son does become very grumpy if there is any sudden chances to his daily routine. A bit of yelling, huffing and puffing but he eventually gets over it. We try to warn him in advance if we plan to go or do something out of the ordinary. Heading to out to our families homes are not an issue but to make him go shopping for clothes, Centrelink or anything on his own or with me, he is not comfortable doing.
He has his licence, he didn't want to get that either, and his own car but he wants to sell it now because he believes he wont use it any more. I wont let him. We have no public transport where we are and I know if he sells it, he will be more dependent on us than he already is.
I just don't know how to help someone who doesn't want to be helped. My husband and I aren't expecting him to be working full-time in a high pressured job. We would be happy with anything. Even to volunteer some where or just walk dogs for people. We are frightened of pushing to much ( we encourage but I'm sure he feels we are pushing) that we will push him over the edge.
Where is the fine line between encouragement and pushing?