Oh I am in trouble this semester! I have a heavy workload of critical thinking and problem solving based education this semester. After doing some homework this weekend I am ready to run and hide. I was doing some math questions and crying because I was so frustrate I cannot do this kind of thing anymore. I use to be very good at problem solving and critical thinking. It was a hull mark of my skill set and if you put a problem in front of my I could solve it. Now I just get frustrated and have to get away from it. I failed both math reviews, 49/103 and I will not even mention the other one. Now I want to guit school and go back to work. I just want to get away from the overwhelming frustration and feeling I am a failure. If I stay in school this term will be so frustrating for me and my stress levels will rise causing more PTSD symptoms. If I leave school, I am doomed to having difficulting finding a job, it will be low paying and I will alway think of myself a failure who cannot handle the tough going. I have to stay in school, but it will be a really difficult semester and one I will be lucky to pass. There will not be a 4.165 grade point average this semester
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