Hi all. First time poster here. Just wondering if anyone else is dealing with a similar situation. I’m 25 and in high school I excelled, straight A’s, high ACT score, have a full ride scholarship from a private donor for my bachelors degree. I graduated a year early from high school but after my first year of college my mental health went downhill hard and I left school. Now in fall of 2018 when I was 23 I went back, but none of my credits transferred so I’m a freshman again. My classes haven’t been difficult and in day to day life my anxiety and depressive episodes aren’t super debilitating but when it comes to school I shut down and can’t handle it and I don’t know why. I have an appointment with a therapist in the first of the year but I’ve already committed to taking spring semester off (halfway through my sophomore year). I know “college isn’t for everyone” and I have a decent job that doesn’t require a degree, but is there really a limit for how difficult school should be before I consider not finishing it?
Thanks for reading. Hope you’re all well.