Ok..I know that I need to release some stress from my life and start making better decisions. But I also know that you can only do/take so much at one time. I have been told never, never make any long term life altering decisions when your mind isn't clear. Here's the thing with everything going on, I am failing my nursing classes...need a 78 and currently am at a 72. Lack of concentration, motivation, shear energy. I have to make the choice to stay in and finish this semester...3 weeks 2 more tests, might be possible to pull it off if I were in a better state of mind. Got a 60 on this last test and it was the lowest grade I have ever gotten throughout my whole college career. I just can"t think and get it together. Now I am faced with making the choice to suffer it out, and really needing to take care of me, family, home. or withdrawal which puts me into a real state of panic. If I withdrawal I might not be able to get back in right away, put back on the waiting list. which took me 2 and 1/2 years to get into my program. I would also have to take classes during the summer to raise my GPA back to a point of acceptance because this would count as an F. Or suffer it out and try to get through...would take a divine intervention for God himself to pass at this point. Wanting to know what you think?
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