okay. so the deal is that i'm 21 and, over the summer, i moved back in with my parents. at the time, they were thrilled i was back home. i had walked out on my abusive ex and decided to finish up college (if i stayed with him, i would have quit). so, i'm back home in my old room and going to school now. i have never HAD to work, but usually picked up some small part time job for extra money. however, after a year of flunking classes (due to multiple reasons- sickness, mainly), i decided to focus entirely on school this past semester, so i could pull up my gpa. and it worked- made the dean's list. so, this semester, i decided to do the same thing. and it's looking like not working is REALLY helping my grades- so i don't really intend to work until i graduate. and originally, my parents didn't mind. but now they're REALLY bothered by me not working (my mom calls me lazy all the time...which is odd because she doesn't work either). neither of them have explicitly said i needed to get a job (finances are sort of difficult, due to some mounting medical bills- but nothing horrible, kwim?). i figured they would want me home and concentrating on school...but it seems like they want me doing more than i can handle at the time. is it normal for parents to sort of flip on this sort of thing after a few months? i'm afraid to bring it up because i hate making them mad...so, for all you lovely parents, is there a way to bring this up without upsetting them (by saying i can't work right now)? or should i just not worry?