By Julia Rubin
"It was the scariest thing ever." That's how 16-year-old Ashley, a high school junior in Nevada, describes her experience driving hi...
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As a 16-year-old high school student, it's an awkward fact of life right now that I don't have a driver's license. However, taking the larger view, I don't think that I am alone.
Nothing bonds a parent with anxiety issues to their teenaged child more than being trapped inside a metal box with wheels, as your child hurtles you both closer to insanity or death all while trying to remember the rules of the road.
When I turned 15 two weeks ago, I was psyched to start driving. That is, until my parents threw me a curveball a few days ago.
Following my graduation, my family traveled to Bangkok, Malaysia and Singapore in order to, as my parents put it, "learn about family history and immerse ourselves in the culture."
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