-Transition HEALTHY into this No Contact situation.-Finish this Chemistry class, hopefully with a B.-Take the next Chemistry class over the summer.Apply to graduate with my Associate Degree in Applied Health Sciences. (Ya, only 110 credits, took me a long time to figure out what I was going to do when I grew up [I'm only 46, you can laugh, I've learned to])-Take Microbiology in the fall.-Take Mathematics for Pharmacology in the fall as well.Apply for RN program.-Continue for the next umpteen years classes towards my Registered Health Informatics Technology degree.
Failure? Failure???!!It sounds like most of it is out of your control. You can't do those subjects at the time you wanted to because they're unavailable at those times. You'll probably find after you manage to complete them that they were available at the perfect time for you.And your Chemistry result. Be proud that you did your best under the circumstances. I don't even know what chemistry is, let alone Applied Health Sciences and Microbiology.All I can do is tootle a bit on my flootle.Keep going. You are not a failure.AOD
So, Tootsie Roll. Phossie Jaw essay, lawn mower baggy thing, doctor's appointment, hair makeover and dog belly tickling grass.How has it all gone? AOD