Today, I wanted to share with you why it took me ten years to complete my college education.
Before I get into the narrative, though, I have a question for you: What do you think my GPA was after two years of college? Just put it down below, and I’ll share the answer around halfway down the post.
I attended Montclair State when it all began, where I majored in business administration rather than computer science.
I was continually disoriented and struck a brick wall shortly. I felt like I didn’t know how to ask for help because I didn’t know how to use the system, register, submit assignments, etc.
I felt more and more isolated from the rest of my peers because i was like wow they have it all put together, they know what to do next and me I’m just out here lost.
My Story of Depression – Aaron and Ash
I don’t belong, and whether it was sadness or not, I didn’t want to leave my room and preferred to remain inside all the time.
Sometimes, in order to stop my parents from bothering me, I would just drive and only leave my house. My parents would then stop bothering me and believe that I was going to school, and I would just park outside, not get out, listen to music, and wait until six, seven, eight, or nine to arrive at the end of class before returning home.
I didn’t do that just once; I did it numerous times. and in retrospect, that was like me going through like this difficult moment like depression.
It really affected the way I viewed myself, and my self-esteem. it affected like like my ability to learn and inside of me I was like hey I know. I’m smart I know I can do things. I know I can do better why am I feeling so down.
Where Did I Work After Graduating From College?
After graduating from college, I worked as a laborer, a demolition guy, a painter, a carpenter, a mason, an accountant, a bookkeeper, a photographer, a graphic designer, a bookkeeper, a cashier in retail, an Amazon warehouse, a carpenter for many years there, a garbage man for a day, and even as a garbage man in New York City. I didn’t work at these jobs because I was seeking my passion; rather, I just took them all when opportunities presented themselves without really being purposeful or working toward my goals.
Final Conclusion on Aaron and Ash: From College Drop-Out to Software Engineer
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