“It was really bad.
I think I had a terrible break down after I wasn’t accepted to any of the universities I had applied for. All of my friends were so worried because their admission letters had come in the mail and they had already started planning and getting ready for school. I chose to be honest with them and I shared what had happened when they kept asking “ Have you gotten yours?“.
We weren’t all going to the same place, but when you have friends that care about you so much that when they want you to succeed alongside, It’s like that.
I felt like I was two steps behind them and I was happy for them but you know, you will be always be happier if you also had yours. you won’t really be able to relate to certain things they say about university and I felt like I’d lag behind because I wasn’t going to be sharing in the same experiences.
It took me well over 2 weeks before I really cried about it, because I didn’t want to accept it , I wanted to live as though things were normal and continue laughing and doing all the things I’d normally do.
That day, I came back from school early, changed my clothes, I switched off the lights and started crying, crying and crying. Then the funniest thing happened, I started praying and somehow it felt like a wave of reassurance flooded my heart and I knew everything was going to be okay. I didn’t have all the answers but it felt like i did
I got out my journal and started writing about who I am, what I am doing with my life and stuff like that. I read it to myself and I really believed it and I still go back to it, when I feel stressed or confused, I have changed somethings but the core is still there. It has really helped me.
I knew I wasn’t alone in all this, most people forget this but I guess they have this blog to remind them.
This is such a God story (lol)”
~Written by Anonymous
Doctor prescriptions by Anonymous
1. Know that when you get serious about God the devil gets serious about you but God gets more serious about you.
2. Things never come easy your big problem this year might be so small by next year
3. No situation is permanent even friends you need to learn to let go
4. I’m only 5’3 and short sighted, So if you are not a person of faith get something you can hold on to, cause you need someone to see ahead
5. Have a great support system
6. Have faith in yourself