Of course I understand that ultimately, I am the only person responsible for answering that question, and I am the only person who can answer that question. But I would like some advice and guidance. I am currently a sophomore who is lost in what she wants to do. I am very very very passionate and interested in Psychology (especially when it involves biology), but I don't like the options that are opened to that degree. A B.S degree is Psychology is often regarded as an "useless" degree. And I agree. It is one of the most popular degrees and most people who hold that degree are unemployed or have jobs that don't require those degrees (fast food, etc). I am also interested in Economics and am considering majoring in Psychology (with emphasis in Biology) and minor in Economics. Even if I do manage to get a job with that degree, I won't like it. I'm not interested in being a therapist or social worker. The only thing I think I wouldn't really mind doing is maybe research in the psychology field. I am confounded by how I could like a subject so much but hate the jobs that involve knowledge from that subject. Is that common? I was an Engineering major during freshman year but I kept being afraid that I was going to fail. This anxiety caused me to procrastinate a lot, to the point where I've failed most of my classes. I've never been very good in math. In high school, I suffered from an eating disorder that disabled me from learning math well. So my foundation in math is very shaky. Plus, i don't think I'm bright enough to be an Engineer. I am very interested in technology, fascinated everytime an invention betters my and other peoples' lives. But i understand that aptitude and interest are two different things. Also, I don't deal well with stress. It seems to me, through a lot of research about the profession, that Engineering is an on-call job, and one where you have tremendous responsibility in. When I am stressed, I wash my hands a lot. I don't know why. I think I have OCD, but I don't understand why being stressed exacerbates it. Stress also played a part in my eating disorders in the past. But I digress. The point I'm trying to make is that I am not someone who can deal with stress well. My grades are so bad that I got kicked out of university, and am now attending a CC. I have to complete the lower division courses before I can go back to university ( i have signed a contract with them). I feel that without majoring in Engineering and without a GPA high enough to get into Pharmacy,medical, or grad school, my degree is really worthless. I'm wasting time and money to get a degree that will give me no return. I am already 10k in debt from freshmen year. Given my already ruined GPA (around 1.3) and my inability to be an Engineer, should I still continue with college? Should I pull out before my debt begins stacking even higher? As for money, I don't need to make too much. I don't plan on having kids or marrying, so I will only have myself and maybe my aging parents to feed. I'd like to take them on a vacation or two, but other than that, I'm content with living in a small studio apartment that has plumbing, a warm bed, internet access, and food. I think 30k-40k would allow me to have a very comfortable living. Of course I'd like to make more (who wouldn't?) but I would be able to sustain and be content with that amount of money. Thanks very much. All opinions are welcome and appreciated.