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Postby gracyna » Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:15 am

I want to be a professional dancer but my parents don't support me, how can I deal with that? I've danced with professional dancers and been in professional shows, so I know its possible and I'm on my way. I'm even majoring in dance, but my parents seem to think that I'm never going to be a dancer and that I'm wasting my time. I'm done trying to convince them that this is worth while and that I can be a professional dancer. so my question is how can I emotionally deal with them and their rolling eyes? how can I be ok and not be effected by their comments?
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Re: dance

Postby hanarissa » Thu Apr 01, 2010 3:25 am

If you could show them harder that there's a lot more in dancing than just grooving to the music, maybe they'll understand. With everything that you have done, they should have known better that you really love that profession.
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Re: dance

Postby angel » Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:33 pm


I understand the concern of your parents, as If you want to work as professional dancer, there are several challenges you should consider, including career length, job security, and many more.

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Re: dance

Postby davidchatman » Sat Jul 23, 2011 8:31 am

I am a dancer. I have won many prices in dance.Dancing is my passion. but my parents so strict in studies. recently i missed a dance competition due to an essay work on the topic student jobs. I was planning to give my work to some best essay writing service but dad didn't allow. I am so upset now. my parents not trying to understand my passion.
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Re: dance

Postby Nick Jackson » Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:32 am

Building a career in dancing is good.but before that you need to have more passionate,hardworker and well trained in dancing only after that you can build a career in dancing.
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Re: dance

Postby mystiquepixi » Thu Sep 29, 2011 4:38 am

Such reaction was normal to parents[the protector and want all the best for their child] so don't be distracted about it, just follow your heart and dreams. :smile: Time will come that your parents come to reality that it is, the dance, can make you happy..and what does every parents want :smile: for us to be happy.
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Re: dance

Postby davidchatman » Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:30 am

I really love dancing but couldn't get a good chance in the college to perform due to the essay works. I really fed up with it. But next i will essay writing service reviews for sure. I have to enjoy some college days.
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