back in high school, my school counselors, my dad, and my disability support workers all wanted me to go to a life skills college (for people with autism). I refused and went to the college of my choice. I'm glad I went with my decision but sometimes I regret it. I feel like I could have learned a lot at the life skills college
Anxiety (Including GAD)
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
You can still learn plenty of life skills without college. I’m not sure exactly what life skills you’re talking about though. Usually parents teach their children a lot of the life skills they need.
honestly I feel similarly. I’ve been feeling like I could really benefit from something like that, but I don’t know enough about supports that are available (especially the ones for adults).
I may be wrong, but can't you still go that college even if you already went to a different one?
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