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In the Ask the Expert series, people ask a lot of really good questions and sometimes it’s hard to give an answer that works for everyone. Everybody’s situation is different so the best advice I can give is:
Ask these questions to your counselor after you’ve already talked to them about your specific situation. I’ll do the best I can to give the general answer to the questions that are being asked, but you will get a more specific answer from your counselor after they know what your situation is.
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