(Original post by Anonymous)
I feel like I'm running out of time, pretty fast.
I achieved 2 A's, 3 B's, 5 C's for GCSEs, and I've completely failed my A Levels due to extenuating circumstances. My mental and physical well-being was affected prior to the start of my first AS exam, and this is still ongoing. I still fought my way to stay in college to complete my A Levels, and I tried my hardest to put all of my energy and effort I could. But, the outcome was never near what I expected nor wanted. I almost gave up on several occasions to leave school, I still persisted, carried on and gave it my best shot.
I really wanted to study Sports & Exercise Science at university, but now I can't even think about going into further education because of my consistent failure.
I don't have a job; I've been sending off hundreds of CVs, completing online application forms, applying for volunteer/charity work, and I'm still getting nowhere. I failed my theory test, lol, which has de-motivated me even more. I'm pretty sure I may not have the motivation for my sport I've been doing for the last 14 years (I'm 18, by the way), and I really don't want it to slip away through my fingers.
I've applied to join the Special Constables Force (sent off in May 2012), and I've yet to receive a response. This is something I've been interested in, since last year.
Currently, I'm being treated for my physical health by visiting hospitals/doctors every few weeks. I am also awaiting my appointment to be held with a psychiatrist, so I'm hoping this helps me psychologically.
I'm pretty lost to know or understand what I can do with my 'all over the place' situation, and I really don't want to be sitting at home and doing nothing about it!
Can anyone offer me some advice or help on what I can do for the time being to get myself back, up and running, and whether there are any other options I have. Please?
Thank you so much, and sorry for the very vague writing. I'm panicking, a bit.