“Listen honey, I don’t think you’ll be able to support yourself with this art stuff.”
“I’m just not sure how much money you’ll make if you start your own business.”
"Are you really sure you’ll be able to provide on a teacher’s salary?”
“Is that really what you want to be doing for the rest of your life?”
Why does everyone want to be financially wealthy but emotionally bankrupt?
My health professor from last semester mentioned how we all want to be "financially wealthy but emotionally bankrupt" during one of his lectures. I just thought it was a great line and I hope I gave it justice, in a way. Thanks, Dr. Butler.