Now what? Divorce after starting school. - page 2
I have a question and hope I can get some good feedback from this thread. Here's the deal- My husband (of almost 23 years) decided he thought it would be a good idea to divorce during my first... Read More
Dec 3, '12Quote from lollylee1969Yes, it is tough to not have something to divert your attention and energy towards. I feel like (especially mommies and nurses) do not do well with idle time, we need to keep ourselves busy and productive! But usually with these . It's all or nothing: if only you could do one class right now, that was low impact (ha ha ha, like there are any of those!).Yes, I do feel like my world is falling apart and I thought if I could just drown myself in studying I could forget about the pain. I know you are right. I need to work through the heartache and actually deal with this. This year is a wash as far as school goes. If I begin again next fall then I will only be one year behind my class and I will probably be much better off. I just feel like I am going to lose my mind. I was so busy with school and now I am so NOT. I have found a job working part-time but not in the medical field because I don't really have any training in that. All my schooling has been basic classics. I would like to work in a hospital but wouldn't know where to start. I have gone to the WorkForce Commission and maybe I can get my CNA- which would be quick. If anyone has any other ideas I would love to hear them...