I want to join the Army Reserves so badly, and I'm talking to a recruiter coming up very soon. I'm not going to join until I have had a year of college experience so I can adjust to the independent university atmosphere before adding on another commitment. As a high school senior, this is all I want in life for the next few years, but I'm nervous that I'll love college so much that I'll not join the Army. I guess I mean that at that point in college, I'll be enjoying life (being independent, partying but not excessively) so much that I'll be blind to the fact that I ever considered the military, when I know for sure that this experience is something I'd love to have. I cannot do ROTC so enlisting is my only option to be a regular soldier in the Army Reserves in college. I'm just worried that I either am overthinking this, which is most likely true, will forget about the military and then it'll be too late, or maybe this is only a REALLY long phase I'm going through that I want to serve my country, but two/three years into my four year enlistment, I'll want out?