It'll be hard for me academically no matter what, doable but hard. I haven't done any school work in like over 10 years. Emotionally it could be simple (if my sister accepts her offer to a different course and goes too) or hard/impossible (she doesn't....). I can see my sister's point of view, she's working and earning money and that's great! But she hates her job, she gets free rent and her partner is working fulltime-no matter how you look at it wouldn't it be better to sacrifice a tiny bit (free rent remember!) and have a qualification and job you like? To me it's a no-brainer, it's not like she's going to be homeless or have no food or not be able to afford my nieces books etc, her partner has a good job and there are many women I know who are stay at home mums in a similar situation. It's not like I'm asking her to plan a trip to greenland for $5. She's just so frustrating, this would likely benefit her more than me in the long run yet she keeps making excuses or long drawn out ridiculous plans (like maybe she should do a degree part time in the field she's in, and hates, and then do a postgrad, which will take 2 1/2 years. That's a whole 6 months less then just doing it straight up!! What am I missing?), I just feel so frustrated with her. Especially for leading me along and then changing her mind at the last minute like always. If she just f*cking got on with it and did it she'd actually get somewhere, no more whinging about the job she hates, no more competing for lower qualified jobs and more money as well.
Anyway as you can likely tell, I want to be excited and instead I'm feeling miserable I've been given an opportunity I might not be able to take.
Maybe if I buy a motorcycle jacket people will listen to me?
PS Oh and the incel forum has disappeared. I hope it's just a glitch and comes back, it seems like a really good community.