Hi PLL; welcome to Healing Well. I'm sorry for the anguish and uncertainty you are dealing with.
Is this your first year of university? Some people find they have to
change to a different one after there first year. Do you suppose that
I think it's a shame that your school doesn't have a councillor, but
you may benefit from seeing a private councillor. I would deffinetly
give strong consideration to discussing this with your parents. Do you have a good relationship with your folks? If you have a healthy
open relationship with your family then I would discuss this with them. They may have health insurance that would cover the cost of
Also, have you considered some of the questions that Tim Tam has posed? ie : do you have any idea what you might do if you leave
the school? Could it be that you are missing the life you had before
starting university , such as your group of high-school friends, or
perhaps you may feel that you chose the wrong studies? If the later
is the case, I think you can switch courses without losing credits during your first ( and maybe second ) year.
I think you should continue to find the answer to your question.
I encourage you to get as much feedback as you can before you make the decision to leave the university. I will go as far as to
suggest that you keep studying until you know of a better plan for your future happiness.That may include studying at a different university.
I applaud you for seeking answers. That is a great start
Feel completely free to continue writing in with your thoughts and
questions. I'm sure you realize that the choices you make now will
play a big part in what you can do in the future.
With kind regards,