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Hello,

I just want to express what I have been feeling since I left my program. I have no one to tell except for ALL NURSES forum. I would tell about it to my friends but I am pretty sure they'll tease me.

So I was in Nursing program in 2013 till the end of first semester and while I was in the program, I met this girl who I began to like. We didn't really talk much about personal things but just usual school conversation. I don't know why but whenever I was with her I felt happy even though I was depressed (Due to psychological burnt out and unfortunately I withdrew from the program but I am re-applying back!), it felt like I had no worries at all. Her laughs always made me smile. Last time I was in contact with her was in the summer, just talking about school and what I have been doing since leaving, nothing personal.

I just don't know, I wish I did not leave the program but at the same time I felt like I was drowning due to overload with school/work. I can't get my mind off. This is the first time I really liked someone and I have never been in a relationship before, I really wanted to know about her more :(

Thank you for reading :)

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Get your mental health and goals in order before trying to have a relatinship. A relationship shouldn't be what cures you, it can't, but enrich a life already moving forward. Be the man who will enrich her life (or someone else's) as a whole healthy person.

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I was wondering if you ever talked to her? In life, I have learned a few lessons. First off, live your life fully!! Just live it. It's what you are here for. Second, you will never know what will happen if you don't try it. This applies to absolutely everything. What's the worst that can happen? She says no, then what? You are at the same place you are now. Nothing ventured, is nothing gained.

I do agree you need to be mentally ready though. If you are having emotional or mental issues, take the time to get those fixed first. Especially if you are reapplying to school. Most people go through nursing school without having to withdraw due to being overloaded with work. Being a nurse is being overloaded with work all the time. You need to get that under control first. Plus how will you handle a relationship in addition to school? Get your mental health in tip top shape before doing anything else.

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