Post # 16
stay in school and definitely agree with PP who said talk to your advisor, they will help you and they don’t want you to drop out! I speak from experience when I say it’s easy to say you’ll go back, but once you drop out going back is SO much harder than it seems especially working full time!! I mean, obviously do what you have to do, but if you can make it work I would definitely try to get the financial assistance to stay in school! Best of luck OP, try to keep in mind that this too shall pass!!
Post # 17
if he sees a therapist and gets diagnosed it may also help him realize where his short falls are. Honestly it seems that he does not even realize what he does wrong or if he is incredibly slow at doing something because his mental capacity isn’t what yours or mine is. Many of this type are extremely smart but they lack the social skills and the mental ability for that type of a fast paced environment.
Depending on the age of your children you may qualify for WIC on top of food stamps. I pray for you guys and I hope everything turns out well. I saw the update about his old job and going back to third shift if this one didn’t pan out so I hope he gives them a call. The hours may suck but he does need to realize this is a must for the family.