My doctor thinks it’s not realistic to go to high school next year

I think that its realistic, I’m just lazy…

Try to progress at your own pace. With negatives it might be hard to study full-time.

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I don’t have significant negatives

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I homeschooled for my last 4 years of school. I couldn’t do public school anymore, I worked at a different pace, got to pick some of my studies.

My grandmother got her first bout of breast cancer around that time, so I stayed home and took care of her.

I feel it was the best option at the time.

I’m sure I missed a lot of socializing due to it, but my symptoms made it safer to be homeschooled.


What about a therapeutic school?

Whats that? :frowning:

Most are boarding schools. But, they are for mentally ill/traumatized kids. They teach life skills too. It’s sort of a cross between a very light hospitalization and school.

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I was at a ”ward school” in the psych ward

I prefer being able to study alone

It’s not a ward school.

Is homeschool an option for you?

yeah ik sorry :confused:

Not really unfortunately

You don’t need to apologize. You did nothing wrong. :heart:

Well then, what kinds of supports do you need to succeed?

Idk to be honest :frowning:

I think you should go to school.
It will be very beneficial.
You need distractions and socialization

Yeah I think that too, idk why the doc is against it

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Did the dr explain more?

They just said I’m recovering

Is it possible to take one semester off or as homeschooled or something if you need more time?

I know it’s different, but I should have taken time off when I was 17/18 and I didn’t. I still regret it. (I’m talking about college though, and not high school)