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what should I do about schools next year? help please feeling depressed

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ecangl01

Hello!

So I’m a sophomore and I play soccer. My school is really competitive and I made the team freshman year. I got cut this year and it threw me into depression. My dad recently moved to another school district so I can dwitchif I wanted to because I have also had a pretty bad year with teachers. I’ve also gotten this vibe from coaches that they aren’t going to stop me from coming back but they don’t reccomend it. I was the only person on the team who got cut last year too. Soccer is my passion and I want to go to college for it and I know I can. The school I could go to next year would help me excel academically and stand out athletically. I just don’t know anyone which makes me nervous. I’ve been praying to God about it and I think God may want me at the new school but idk if I’m just not listening well enough or not. Sometimes if I really have doubts I’ll flip a coin and it usually lands on the side with the new school. I want to make a decesion soon because preseason starts tommorow for the school I’m at now and I’m miserable thinking about it. I spent all day yesterdah crying about it. I feel lile I’m on the verge of an anxiety attack going back. It’s not the rejection, I’m over that now. What should I do? Thanks.

May 10, 2015 at 20:44
pinkopal100

pinkopal100

I can’t tell you what you should do, but if I were you I’d take that leap and switch schools. From what you said it sounds like that’s where God is leading you, it would definitely be a leap of faith, but sometimes that’s what you have to do. I hope that helps! 🙂

May 13, 2015 at 11:16
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