Hey, I'm new here to these threads. I am currently attending community college. I came in as an engineering science major at my cc. To start things off, I dropped out of high school when I was 16. I felt like my high school was a joke which it was. I never learned anything. I was suffering from depression/bipolar disorder. I hated the people at my school. I was doing average in all of my classes. Math class I had a good teacher but she spent more time yelling at the students. I never found math interesting. I failed GED math twice because I was unmotivated for life and didn't care. Then I took GED math classes and passed. I had this tutor who inspired me and made me love math. Due to me never finishing Algebra 2 in high school I had to take Intermediate Algebra at my college but passed with an A and enjoyed it. I tried out PreCalculus during the summer time and ended up dropping it due to it being too hard, my professor was horrible, everyone in the class seemed smarter than me, and I felt dumb. Again I felt discouraged and started thinking I am too dumb for engineering. Over the summer I was also thinking about doing Nursing but that also has it's downfalls for me. My mom is a nurse and she comes home miserable. My cousin is a nurse too and she hates it. I like engineering because you get to build things and that sounds cool! But I just feel like I'm dumb and have an embarrassing past with math- never doing well in it when I was in high school and failing the GED math test twice. But then I think, "That was the past this is the future." I'm just confused and angry because I can't make up my mind! p.s sorry for the typos. I was in a rush.