So I am in massage school. I remember when I signed up for this site I talked to a few of you lovely members about if going to massage school full time would be a good idea with trying to recover at the same time. i decided to do it. I thought the structure that it would provide would be really good. However the past 2 weeks i started ditching class to go bp. Not just to bp. today i was so sad i just couldnt stop crying so i ditched a class just so ididnt have to cry in front of people like i had for the pervious 1 1/2hr. Massage school is different they arnt grades but you cant miss a class more then 3 times. i have missed some classes 2x already and i still have 5 more weeks to go and have only been going for 4 weeks. today i went and talked to the administer about dropping some classes i think this many credits is to overwhemling and stressfull. he asked why i wanted to drop and i started crying saying i was just to stressed. he said that was fine and i can drop what ever i want. later today i sent him an email. i said that it is hard for me to talk about this face to face but i am recoverying from a eating disorder (slightly a lie becuase i havent really recovered) and i said me and my therapist thought i could handle full time but it is to much.
I cant belive i told him. But it will be nice that he knows, also massage school is different because i only have 10 kids in my class and they take all 7 classes with me. so they are all getting concerened same with the teachers. 3 students texted me today telling me they were worried about me and that they wanted to talk. my teacher (a big scary guy) also said we need to talk. I dont know if i should tell them too?
thought i would share
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