well, the first failure happened.
july 2nd, i needed to apply by july 1st ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL!
well thats fine, i can start first thing next year. =D
My dad used to say to me: "accidents don't just 'happen', they are caused
If nothing else, it's usually failure to take actions to prevent the accident.
This is a good example, the failure didn't "happen", it was caused
. Fix what is causing it, or you'll be doomed to repeat it.
i keep thinking no matter how hard i try im not gonna make it, my whole life keeps replaying in my head, and just get the feeling that fate might be real, and i just wont be able to overcome it and start college. like im in a desert (ghetto) and i keep seeing an oasis (college), but its really a mirage.=(
Step number 1: Stop deluding yourself into thinking you try so "hard" and that things are so stacked against you. Just about every kid I knew growing up had it much much
worse and tried much much
You are one of the most fortunate people on earth. The overwhelming majority has it much
worse than you do. Stop this self-pity and get off your ass! This wasn't caused by some cosmic injustice, you just procrastinated on the thing you claim matters to you the most.
And no, it's not
fine, your lazy ass just lost another
year. What do you think "seize the day" means? If college is your "oasis" you shouldn't have been anywhere near the deadline. You should have been applying when they first started accepting them.
"Look, if you had one shot, or one opportunity...
To seize everything you ever wanted... One moment...
Would you capture it? Or just let it slip?"
Seize the day. You have nothing but yourself and your own excuses in front of you as an obstacle. Instead of explaining away to yourself why the failures "happen" make sure that they don't or that you overcome them when they do. But whatever you do, stop playing "poor me". That will only make you excuse your own failures and accept your lot in life. And yes, they aren't your parent's they aren't bad luck they are your