I’m only a month and half in school and already stressed out. Once again, I moved. Jumping from different family homes, working only 6 hours a month (but will be starting my second job tomorrow FINALLY.
Am I the only one who finds “being in the process of settling”, dreadful and torture to the brain? I work with children (so I am juggling with going back and fourth with bringing in required paperwork). Plus my current job as a waiver service provider working for children in foster care, it is required to write progress notes. I feel like my brain is about to EXPLODE. I am so upset, so worried, feeling like I am not capable (at least I’m aware these feelings are only temporary cause I’ve experienced these feelings before in elementary and high school). But now as an young adult this feels like torture, nothing but torture. I can’t stop crying. And my older sister who doesn’t understand my mental health is over telling me I don’t need to cry about this. I told yes I can, and I definitely don’t need someone to tell me how I should feel. I am human. I am aloud to cry for the moment.
I haven’t got my college accommodations yet because I still need a proper evaluation. (According to a letter I received from Access- VR I will be receiving one this Friday). How do I feel about it? This process makes me feel upset. I really wanted to prevent these feelings of un capability.. and now that things are getting real intense I now get an evaluation. Where I feel humiliated because I also have been effing up at work with progress notes being processed the day before it’s due date, and also I made a huge mistake with budgeting.
Has anyone experienced not receiving accommodations in college? Do you think it would be pointless to email professor about gave me more time to hand in an assignment that’s due tomorrow morning?