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How to Help Your Crying College Student in Times of Need


Offbeat  (tags: education, financial planning, lifestyle )

Leonard
- 1099 days ago - blog.mobiloans.com
Many parents can distinguish the cries and shouts of their young child across a crowded nursery or playground. Perhaps that's why, miles away and years later, parents know when their nearly-grown child is facing serious challenges at college.



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Sue Matheson (76)
Monday December 19, 2011, 8:05 pm
thanks
 

Justin M. (2)
Tuesday December 20, 2011, 10:10 am
Noted
 

Kristen H. (25)
Friday January 13, 2012, 6:55 am
While this article apparently comes from a financial lender, it's actually a decent article ... except where it suggests that college students should "take out their own loans & pay them back in a timely manner." That smacks of the same kind of exploitation the credit card companies practice when they offer $3,500 limit credit cards to students whose only income is a twice- or thrice-yearly financial aid check.
 

Meta Reid (0)
Saturday February 18, 2012, 6:21 pm
Thanks for the suggestions. I've a 21 year old in college but he lives at home so I've got it a tad easier. Cookies are always good.
 
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