Long story short, I was not ready for my first year of college. I had a lot of issues with the people and the whole college scene. I just didn't fit in with it. Plus, I couldn't cope with everyone I knew being gone. So I went through a depression period during that year where I wouldn't go to class which resulted in me flunking everything and getting my parents upset even when I told them my problems. Anyways, I left for a community college and have been there for 2 years and will at least take classes there this fall. I am looking at transferring out after that to finish up my degree. I have about half of the credits needed to get it. But, it has taken me three years if you count that horrible first year to get this far. I'm just a little upset over having to take even longer (another two to two and a half years) to complete this. I've already screwed up once and come back well. I just feel like I'm going to be wasting everyone's time. I'll be 23 or 24 by the time I'm finished and I just have this odd feeling like I'm behind the 8 ball here.
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