I left school over stress, and a personal issue that was created with the school. I'm glad I'm not studying this particular term as I've had a family member loss.
I don't think the school will prevent me from coming back. But I want it to be like "that issue" just never happened(wish I could literally erase it), and I really want to trust there will be a way to line things up class-wise to graduate under the level of financial aid I have left and take a super important class.
I want happiness, and part of my dreams right now is actually finishing this degree. I feel I have allowed myself to end up side tracked for a term, and I want to reestablish a normal situation/student relationship within my dept. easily in January and take courses germain to my degree for sure.
I`m seeing your post just now. It was definitely a good decision that you took a break. I basically wasted two years after school with not committing and studying the wrong thing. I was so devastated, because I thought I`ve lost all this time and wasted a lot of chances. A year ago I started studying again, and I actually found a way to make up the time I`ve lost.
I`m so sure that you are finding a way to finish your degree. You could join my discussion or send me a pm. I found it very helpful to think out of the box/ from a distance. That way you are going to find a solution a lot easier.
I'm glad to be easily returning to my old school, and plan to just complete an equivalency to a second BA degree in credit numbers. Thus I can attend grad school with this just as easily as if I had completed another BA.
I am back in school, at the old school I once attended once again.
I am gratitude that I am finally able to absorb gratitude knowledge from last October not that I was skeptical from 10 years ago. So I can complete my CSU degree easier from now on. According to statements from "The Magic" day-14, The magical day, I think those will help easy your thing well.
Whatever your plans are for the day today, whether it’s traveling, a meeting, work project, lunch, exercise, dropping off dry cleaning, playing a sport, going to the theater, meeting a friend, yoga, cleaning your house, going to school, or buying groceries, turn today into a magical day by saying the magic words, t h a n k y o u , for each plan going well – b e f o r e you live it! If you’re a person who writes daily lists of
things you need to do, then you can go through your daily list and be grateful for each one having gone well. Whether you do this magical practice in your mind or on paper, the most important thing is that you feel the result of each plan or activity was the b e s t it could have been.
When you use gratitude ahead of time to Have A Magical Day it wipes out unexpected problems or difficulties before they happen.
Thank you for have a time to read here even my communication is still in process of improvement!