#whatif prompt 9-5-2018

Today’s prompt over at what if we all cared is:

high school regrets

Ok, do I have some? Of course. So what are they?

Well not finishing, is my biggest regret. I got sick in my 2nd last year. I was having severe PTSD symptoms. That was when I transferred to mainstream school and was doing my final 3 years at a school here in cork. Not a school for disabled people, but a mainstream school.

I got sick, and was hospitalised for a few weeks. After coming out of hospital, I didnt go back to school. Of course I was also being bullied then, so that didnt help matters.

Thats my biggest regret though, not going back. It hasnt stopped me from going to college though. Getting a degree and an education. I still did that in later years as an adult.

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Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

2 thoughts on “#whatif prompt 9-5-2018”

  1. Well yes this is one of my regrets too. I would have had another 2 years until I finished then I could have gone to highschool. Then my father died at the age of 44 I was 16 then and I could not continue. I was admitted to a psychiatric hospital for the first time for 3 months. I was the youngest with 17 and it was awful. I was there with rapists, child molesters and different people. Everybody together. If I had another chance I would like to become a therapist and do EMDR but it is TOO late. We have “chosen” the wrong side. One thing is good I can help my children at school with languages and I sometimes write their presentations when they do not have enough time.


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