Then I changed my Major and transferred schools to earn a 4-year degree. WELL, needless to say, that was probably the worst "educated" decision I have ever made in my life. I quickly fell to below a 2.0 and am steadily headed for flunking out again. I have put all the efforts of studying in and am still not understanding what it is I'm supposed to be learning. So, today I went to Academic Advisement and discussed the possibility of switching back to the major my AAS degree is in. I think that I'm going to do it. Then I'll be done at the end of this academic year. Only problem is, I've already spent $18,000 on this non-existent education that I haven't learned anything from and I feel like shit about it. Not only have I wasted money, but I've wasted valuable time and effort in a field of study that I knew wasn't for me 2 semesters ago. I feel like a real quitter, falling back into that "comfort zone" we all need to get out of. I think that I'm more disappointed in myself than my parents are. They are actually proud of me. I grew up a little in those 6 years since graduation from high school and I have tried to do something with myself. I don't know where this rant is going, but I really needed it. Thanks for listening.