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Our rent has not increased in five years. Was there an expectation for you to attend higher education? Did you participate in any form of higher education? If yes, how did you pay for it? Yes, there wasn't even a question of whether or not I would attend — it was always a given that I would go to college. My parents are immigrants and had high expectations that I would achieve the American Dream by excelling in school.
They pushed me to go into pharmacy and I was admitted to a prestigious PharmD program on the East Coast, but I left after freshman year because I was deeply unhappy. My mom didn't speak to me for a year after that. I attended community college while getting my bearings and then transferred to a state school. I majored in biology but fell into finance by chance and have built a career working in the public sector.
Growing up, what kind of conversations did you have about money? I never received any education about finances from my parents. We grew up with a lot of financial insecurity due to my dad's gambling addiction and general impulsivity with money. My parents were always stressed and fighting about bills and finances.
They had to declare bankruptcy when I was in middle school because my dad made some bad business decisions coupled with gambling losses. After that point, my mom took over the finances and went into business for herself. She struggled at first because she did not speak English fluently, but she is the strongest person I know and made her business flourish. We still struggled financially throughout high school and college but my mom kept things stable, even as my dad continued to wreak havoc with his various issues.