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    So basically I'm currently studying a Ba in Film, but I'm really not enjoying it at all, I've been accepted unconditionally to a college to study Music Business which is my true passion and I'm excited!There's no loose ends really to tie up, my university is aware I'm leaving this year, financially I'm sorted, I just don't know how to tell my parents that I'm dropping out.Generally they're understanding, however they're quick to judge and assume that I'm wrong, when they don't agree with my decisions they get mad easily and I just want to avoid this as much as I can.So what should I say? How should I say it?

    If you're sufficiently mature to make this decision, then you can work it out for yourself. And I really mean that.
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