Question by prettiday: I’m not sure what else I can do for him?
Well I will try and keep this as brief as possible. My fiancee served six years in the air force to earn money for school. He has always wanted to be a filmmaker and it is that goal that kept him going thru some very tough times in the military. His term was up in March last year where he promptly applied to NY Film Academy, was accepted, and even won a $ 10,000 grant from Brett Ratner. Well, it turned out that his MGI bill would only cover $ 4000 of the remaining 20,000 tuition. He tried to apply for student loans but even with a strong co signer the banks had clamped up at that point and refused to give out a loan. He was devastated and it took a huge toll on him. He is an incredibly talented writer and a visionary, and it kills me to see him so depressed. He feels as if he is wasting his time and talent. Now he has opted for a more extreme alternative. He wants to sign up with Blackwater or some other contracting firm and go overseas for six months. This is an extremely dangerous alternative, and one I’d prefer him to opt out of, but I also don’t want to stand in the way of his dreams.
Does anyone have any ideas of any option that we have not explored yet? Thanks
Answer by Silenthunter007
Ask your parents to help you out? Other then that if you feel like its dangerous and he shouldn’t do it, he shouldn’t do it because that’s the easy alternative out which your both probably gonna regret.
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