So this is the second week of the semester, and so far, I have spent at least two hours every night working on homework. On Sunday, I was working for 6 hours on my psych homework. It gets a little tiring after a while, but I am trying to tell myself that it is worth it, and when I have my degree I can tell myself that I did the best I could. Still, does anyone else ever just get the urge to start letting things slide? "Maybe if I don't read, or don't finish the study guide, I'll still do just fine". I want to do my best, so I know these things must be done, but it gets a little frustrating from time to time. I made a goal on DS, that I want to get a 3.5 this semester. That would be amazing. So, I know most of you reading this won't care, but for me it would be a big deal. When things start to get stressful, my PTSD picks up pretty good. If I can fight the PTSD and still pull off a 3.5, despite how bad things get, I think it would do alot for me in my determination to seek/continue treatment, as I am not being so vigilant with that now. So, these are my thoughts. Also, please feel free to leave me tips or comments, or things that might make it easier to fight through my PTSD to get to this goal. I am hoping if I keep my mind focused on school, then the flashbacks and PTSD won't be so bad as if I let my mind wander. However, I might need some help to do this. I hope to hear from you guys soon...
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