Many college students are either taking their spring break vacations or anticipating it. Spring break is a time for many college students to be themselves and to let go of their stresses. Spring break is an opportunity for many college students to travel independently of their parents and to assume adult responsibilities.
While many college students are using their spring break hiatus to pursue educatonal travel and educational projects, others are resorting to quite immature behaviors and regressing to the high school level. Of course, there is nothing wrong with having fun-after all, one is only young once but many college students are indulging in irresponsible alcohol consumptions and sexual behavior with often deleterious results. If you are a parent of a college age adult-child, is spring break different now than it was when you were in college(granted that you went on spring break)? Knowing what actually occurs on some spring break locations, are you permitting your adult-child to attend spring break, especially if involves partying and other shenadigans?.
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