CaineGreyson Posted July 2, 2016 Share Posted July 2, 2016 Hi everyone,I began dancing six months ago at 16, hoping to one day dance professionally. The more I danced, the more I realised just how difficult it would be to get to that point, but luckily I currently dance with the only ballet school in Ireland to offer vocational training.While I wasn't accepted at first because I didn't have a strong enough technical base, I was just offered a place in the full-time vocational training program. I was ecstatic as you can imagine- but sadly my plans have fallen through.My family are completely unsupportive and financially I just can't afford the training or the travel costs.Does anyone have any tips for how to turn down vocational training and move on with ballet? I'm struggling to stay focused as it really feels as though this is a once-in-a-lifetime offer for a late beginner like me, but yet I can't do it.Has anyone dealt with this problem of unsupportive family or financial difficulty before, and if so, how?Thanks for all your kind words, CaineGreyson Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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