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LadyWife, no wonder your vagina is so worn out! You get too much rest and have too much energy! LOL

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I gots me lots of them degree things but I'm living off the old man rights now!

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Congrats Poly!!

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I'm so stoopid I retired at 45, Degree: School of Hard Knocks

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Mischief, I don't totally agree with you. I married current DH with a lot more formal education than him. BUT...being self-taught counts for a lot. He can fix cars, install lights and do other electrical work; he is so good with computers he could make yours tap dance. When we got engaged (after 3 years together) he had only a HS degree, and I had almost 3 college degrees. If someone works hard at what they do, and likes to learn (doesn't have to be at a school!) that is what I am attracted to.

I think we have been a good influence on each other. He became more interested in reading and education, and I have learned a lot about computers (not just screwing around online, but how to diagnose and correct certain problems) and about electrical stuff.

My older son is gifted, and when he was little and prone to bragging I reminded him often: "It's more important to be a NICE person than a smart person. We don't get to choose how smart we are, but we get to choose how nice we are to other people." --Jen

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Oh, forgot to say...my better half is working towards a BS/CS. He did tech school and started working with that, and now is going for the degree.

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I have a BA in speech-language pathology, an MS in the same area, and an MA in Transpersonal Psychology. I just got the psych. degree in 2001.

I was thinking of changing career paths and going into the holistic health field as a psychologist. I have a real knack for assisting people with physical health problems, but I am enjoying my current job a lot, and I have concerns about getting paid for the psych. job. Or shall I say, NOT getting paid.

FYI, I once considered becoming a sex therapist, but I feared that dealing w/other people's sex problems might take something away from my own sex life. And we can't have THAT! ;)

Jen

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Upon graduatin high school, I imediately enrolled in the school of hard knocks. I'm still there, my degrees are my scars, wrinkles, and grey hairs, all of which I have too many to count.

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Congrats Longbeach!

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I have noticed the following about education.

It's best if spouses, partners, match in education level attained. Why? Even though we who have gone to college know otherwise, non-college educated folks TEND to feel less than.

Please don't everyone tell me I'm wrong. I'm not. This has been my experience in life. I always answer that I work in a (Major Retailer) when asked. The assume I'm a clerk. smile.

My 330 credits doesn't mean anything other than: I was goal oriented, could put off gratification, had a great time partying, and had nothing better to do in my 20's.

It doesn't mean I'm smarter, faster, better in any way. Where did I really get my education? Reading!! Reading anything.

It's better than OK to CROW at reaching a goal. Congrats.

The best thing I learned? How to say I'm sorry.

Mischief<--still learning disabled after all these years. ADHD..bigtime

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