Shortly about me

I grew up in Russia, in big city Samara. My parents divorced, when I was… I don’t know, I was really small. But I always communicated with dad and come to him on holidays. I also like my mother in low and little sister, who was born 11 years ago, but they really difficult people. I don’t how to say it. I feel heavy after communication with them .
I studied in regular school, but I always had a desire to big, light, meaningfull, future life. Somehow, because I am lazy and pesimistic a lot. So, I finished school better than many my friends, but my parents didn’t let me go to study in Moscow, because I wasn’t independent enough. And I entered the University in Samara. So I have a bachelor’s degree in applied physics and mathematics. During my studying I proved to my parents that I independent enough (sorry, maybe I should choose synonym to word “independent”, but I’m not sure that I know better word) to live apart. Then I entered MIPT, so I have a master’s degree in Aircraft Engineering. I should say that living in Zhukovsky it’s best years of my life despite that I don’t like my work, I don’t like myself, I don’t have close friends here. I feel free and INDEPENDENT :D. When people ask me I tell that I ran away from Samara, because all that I had there was heavy. I don’t know if I can say it in English, I felt heavy.
Now I live with my boyfriend, and we going to get PhD in America. 
I don’t really want to go to America. Sometimes I think that it’s just new ‘running away’, but I still don’t know what I want to do and what I like to do, so I just try opportunities that I have.

2 thoughts on “Shortly about me”

  1. I’m planning (time permitting) to read what you write.
    One thing I do when I write sometimes is use an online thesaurus for finding synonyms. Maybe it’s cheating, maybe it isn’t, but it can be a good way of finding similar words. Or just Google for synonyms. English is tough enough on it’s own without using other tools to help.
    By saying “heavy” to you mean you feel emotionally drained in dealing with them? Tired from having to think about what to say to them, and tired from listing to what they have to say back?
    I used to work in avionics a while ago, it’s a very interesting field of work, but there is so much documentation and all the safety and analysis that needs to be done, that can be tiring.
    America isn’t running away. It’s just a change of location and perhaps change of pace. I’m not in the U.S. myself though.

  2. AngelsUncle, can I answer in comments?
    Yes, I feel emotionally drained in dealing with them. I get tired of listening as they complain about each other, raise their voice, but at the same time they say that everything is alright. And then they teach me to live. I don’t want to tell a lot and complain about them, I can understand them. It’s just hard.

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