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Recent graduate from Evangelical College, having job problems, family problems, and relationship problems.?0vollleybal gal 2012-10-02 06:57:03
First of all, just wanted to say that this is more to me for advice, instead of doing a specific question. To begin my story goes back to high school. During this period of my life I was very into partying and drug use. However, he became a Christian law school. This was a great help to me as I was off drugs, and took me to hang out with people healthier and more moral. I decided to attend an evangelical college, make this complete change in my lifestyle. For the first part of my time at this university I had a great time, and got a long with good people. However, I found the school to be very difficult, as I began to struggle with anxiety and depression. I think many of these feelings and emotions may have come from me trying to hide the fact that I was gay. In college I was told this had to change and honestly accepted that being gay was wrong. I never really acknowledged that this position may or could be wrong. I also led to believe that culture was a sinner and not to be the "world." This really had a very negative effect on my relationships with my family and friends do not like many of my family or friends "old" to be Christians. Sometimes I used to judge them and try to stay away from them. Essential I was brainwashed, without thinking anything through me. Now I feel very distanced from my family, but trying to resolve broken relationships, not to mention I still struggle with a lot of anxiety and depression, social anxiety and have my family around. I cut a lot of relationships in my life, for me to think people were absolutely sinful for partying. Now I feel quite miserable, because I'm still trying to find my identity as a person, also trying to get as slowly as homosexual and maybe a little agnostic / un-Christian fundamental. I am also very discouraged about my future. I have a degree in psychology and biblical studies. However, the only job he could get was working in a homeless shelter (which I absolutely hate today). I'm really horrible at making friends, and really wish I could have another experience in college, but this time be open and honest with people about who I am. I feel I do not really grow as a person I was in school. I grew up in the fanaticism and somewhat messy view of reality, but not how to socialize and have a good relationship and learn how to be successful. Currently I have a lot of student debt, and is also overwhelming. I just get overwhelmed with my current circumstances, and keep wanting to go back in time and change everything, but I can not. Sometimes I go to sleep and had no desire to wake up, I know it sounds horrible, but it's really how I feel. I am extremely poor, and my family can not help me out on top of this. Any advice? lol I know it's a lot.
Where should my family move to avoid the problems caused by inflation of the US Dollar?1Cortesha2012-10-19 22:42:03
Clearly, as soon and how badly the dollar is devalued to speculation , but suffice to say that we want is gone when it happens . Inflation is driving down in value every day , please do not waste your breath arguing this point , if you do not agree just move on. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus About me: MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I currently a salary of 100K per year ( plus equity in the company ) for my current employer as a computer programmer (I have a BS in Computer Science and an impressive resume ) . My employer is willing to let you work remotely from outside the United States , but since work is subsidized by the government could end at any time . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus About my wife : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus She has a Masters in Social Work and a BA in Psychology and currently works as a therapist makes $ 45K a year . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus My husband and I were born and raised in the U.S. , so we both speak / read / write fluent English . None of us has a criminal record or any charge whatsoever , lawsuits or litigation against us . We have about $ 50 billion in assets , $ 90K in debt ( student loan U.S. only) and $ 30,000 in cash ( all values ​​in U.S. dollars ) . We have no children . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus We have been looking in Canada , Uruguay and Costa Rica so far. Any advice is appreciated .
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?0Kgomotso2012-10-12 06:25:53
I am currently a freshman at the University of California at Santa Cruz, however, I want to return to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My main proposal is cognitive science, and I am also considering psychology. The main reason I want to go is because I'm back with classes specializing in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter = (I'll have to wait for specific classes that need to that become available next year (due to state budget cuts). MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So I am really annoyed that the classes I need are not offered, so I could not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, always going to be difficult .... So I prefer to go back to my family. I also feel like I did not fit .. people here have very different personalities. I do not think this is the school we want to be in the next four years. 'MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So my question is ..... UC Santa Cruz I leave and go to a community college? Then transfer to a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine ... or one in New York? Another option I have is to leave the University of California Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been admitted to the summer of 2011). However, I also would like to transfer from Long Beach to go to a better school like UCLA. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So considering what I want to be closer to my family, I want to fit in, I want to live in a larger city, and I want to graduate on time .... What do you suggest I do? Leave after the winter term is over, or leave after completing one year at the University of California Santa Cruz (after spring quarter) ... then go to SMC for me to go to UCLA?
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?1Chloe2012-10-22 19:47:02
I am currently a freshman at the University of California at Santa Cruz, however, I want to return to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My main proposal is cognitive science, and I am also considering psychology. The main reason I want to go is because I'm back with classes specializing in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter = (I'll have to wait for specific classes that need to that become available next year (due to state budget cuts). MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So I am really annoyed that the classes I need are not offered, so I could not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, always going to be difficult .... So I prefer to go back to my family. I also feel like I did not fit .. people here have very different personalities. I do not think this is the school we want to be in the next four years. 'MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So my question is ..... UC Santa Cruz I leave and go to a community college? Then transfer to a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine ... or one in New York? Another option I have is to leave the University of California Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been admitted to the summer of 2011). However, I also would like to transfer from Long Beach to go to a better school like UCLA. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So considering what I want to be closer to my family, I want to fit in, I want to live in a larger city, and I want to graduate on time .... What do you suggest I do? Leave after the winter term is over, or leave after completing one year at the University of California Santa Cruz (after spring quarter) ... then go to SMC for me to go to UCLA?
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?0Lesley2012-10-07 18:28:09
I am currently a freshman at the University of California at Santa Cruz, however, I want to return to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My main proposal is cognitive science, and I am also considering psychology. The main reason I want to go is because I'm back with classes specializing in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter = (I'll have to wait for specific classes that need to that become available next year (due to state budget cuts). MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So I am really annoyed that the classes I need are not offered, so I could not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, always going to be difficult .... So I prefer to go back to my family. I also feel like I did not fit .. people here have very different personalities. I do not think this is the school we want to be in the next four years. 'MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So my question is ..... UC Santa Cruz I leave and go to a community college? Then transfer to a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine ... or one in New York? Another option I have is to leave the University of California Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been admitted to the summer of 2011). However, I also would like to transfer from Long Beach to go to a better school like UCLA. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So considering what I want to be closer to my family, I want to fit in, I want to live in a larger city, and I want to graduate on time .... What do you suggest I do? Leave after the winter term is over, or leave after completing one year at the University of California Santa Cruz (after spring quarter) ... then go to SMC for me to go to UCLA?
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?0Clement2012-11-05 13:00:08
I am currently a freshmen student at UC Santa Cruz, However, I want to move back to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My proposed major is cognitive science, and I'm also considering psychology. The main reason why I want to leave is because I'm behind with classes to major in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter =( I will have to wait for specific classes I need until they become available next year (due to state budget cuts). Therefore, I am really upset that the classes I need are not offered so I might not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, it is always going to be hard....that's why I would rather move back with my family. I also feel like I don't fit in...the people here have very different personalities. I don't think this is the school I want to be at for the next 4 years. ' So my question is.....should I leave UC Santa Cruz and go to a community college? Then transfer from a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine...or one in New York?? Another option I have is to leave UC Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been acepted for summer 2011). However, I also would want to transfer from long beach to go to a better school like UCLA. So considering how I want to be closer with my family, want to fit in, want to live in a bigger city, and want to graduate on time....what would you suggest I do?? Leave after the winter quarter is over, or leave after completing 1 year at UC Santa Cruz (after spring quarter)...and then go to SMC so I can go to UCLA?
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?1kiearia2012-10-19 22:01:02
I am currently a freshman at the University of California at Santa Cruz, however, I want to return to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My main proposal is cognitive science, and I am also considering psychology. The main reason I want to go is because I'm back with classes specializing in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter = (I'll have to wait for specific classes that need to that become available next year (due to state budget cuts). MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So I am really annoyed that the classes I need are not offered, so I could not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, always going to be difficult .... So I prefer to go back to my family. I also feel like I did not fit .. people here have very different personalities. I do not think this is the school we want to be in the next four years. 'MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So my question is ..... UC Santa Cruz I leave and go to a community college? Then transfer to a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine ... or one in New York? Another option I have is to leave the University of California Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been admitted to the summer of 2011). However, I also would like to transfer from Long Beach to go to a better school like UCLA. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So considering what I want to be closer to my family, I want to fit in, I want to live in a larger city, and I want to graduate on time .... What do you suggest I do? Leave after the winter term is over, or leave after completing one year at the University of California Santa Cruz (after spring quarter) ... then go to SMC for me to go to UCLA?
HELP! I'm having problems at school....Should I leave my college so I can transfer to UCLA?0nadia2012-11-04 20:01:49
I am currently a freshmen student at UC Santa Cruz, However, I want to move back to Los Angeles to be with my family and my love relationship. My proposed major is cognitive science, and I'm also considering psychology. The main reason why I want to leave is because I'm behind with classes to major in cognitive science, and also some of the classes I need are not offered next quarter =( I will have to wait for specific classes I need until they become available next year (due to state budget cuts). Therefore, I am really upset that the classes I need are not offered so I might not graduate on time. I realized that no matter where I go, it is always going to be hard....that's why I would rather move back with my family. I also feel like I don't fit in...the people here have very different personalities. I don't think this is the school I want to be at for the next 4 years. ' So my question is.....should I leave UC Santa Cruz and go to a community college? Then transfer from a community college to a better school like UCLA, Pepperdine...or one in New York?? Another option I have is to leave UC Santa Cruz and go to Cal State Long Beach (I have been acepted for summer 2011). However, I also would want to transfer from long beach to go to a better school like UCLA. So considering how I want to be closer with my family, want to fit in, want to live in a bigger city, and want to graduate on time....what would you suggest I do?? Leave after the winter quarter is over, or leave after completing 1 year at UC Santa Cruz (after spring quarter)...and then go to SMC so I can go to UCLA?
Do i have problems?!?3maggie r2012-10-15 18:44:04
I need someone to answer that I have a lot of screaming yelling anger batting symptoms , depression and panic attacks can be? ! im desperate
I'm having problems with this one........?2Everle2012-10-14 05:50:03
I'm thinking about going back to college to do a degree in Psychology and Criminology in September , this would mean giving up my 22k + a year of work and become a penniless student ( at 27 ) . I have a credit card debt and a house that I rent on my own, but appears to work part-time I will be able to continue paying these payments each month (hopefully ) . my problem is that I want to do then the master's degree, possibly a doctorate , which means 7yrs + back into education . what I can claim financial assistance while I 'm back in college , so I am unable to complete the course and live in general? i desperately want to do this so that I can learn more about it and start a career. HELP ! I'm all over the place as I'm worried about everything goes wrong .
I'm having problems with this one........?1Tammy2012-10-23 15:10:51
I'm thinking about going back to college to do a degree in Psychology and Criminology in September , this would mean giving up my 22k + a year of work and become a penniless student ( at 27 ) . I have a credit card debt and a house that I rent on my own, but appears to work part-time I will be able to continue paying these payments each month (hopefully ) . my problem is that I want to do then the master's degree, possibly a doctorate , which means 7yrs + back into education . what I can claim financial assistance while I 'm back in college , so I am unable to complete the course and live in general? i desperately want to do this so that I can learn more about it and start a career. HELP ! I'm all over the place as I'm worried about everything goes wrong .
Capitalization problems!?2Marussa2012-10-24 17:17:02
Would you title capitalized ? MedlinePlus " I want to get a BA in Psychology . " Is this correct ?

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