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    Brookie31 posted:
    I have been through so much in my life and passed up many opportunities. I am living check to check and that is still not working. I just got a roommate and still trying to catch up. I had this life once with my boyfriend for 10 years and he left me. My parents died at 13 so i have no one to help me. I am trying to get a second job but nothing is working. I graduated collage but only with 2.0 gpa and dont know if any grad school will take me. Does anyone know if any online schools will take me with such a low gpa.... I need to find meaning in my life. I have no kids no family no new man...I work for a ok job with benefits but i am so much with bills i want to give up on it all... I really need someone to talk to..... Help in Delaware
    lexismom11 responded:
    The only way to know for sure if a graduate school is going to take you is if you apply or talk to someone in admissions. Don't be discouraged if the first one or two don't take you because I believe there is a school that will take you. Good luck and I hope you find a good school to go to.
    Mrs_LY responded:
    Hey there,

    Sorry things are so hard for you right now. How old are you and what kind of degree do you have?

    Here's an idea--and I can say it comes from personal experience--think about doing some kind of volunteer work. Maybe tutor/mentor kids, do something for old folks, or (my fav) see if there's a Habitat for Humanity house project in your area and participate. It will really help with the Life meaning thing, and a plus is you will meet new people, and possible get some physical exercise with helps too. I tend to pull in when I am depressed. I've found that is not the best idea. It really helps me to step out of myself and help others.

    I am sure you can find some kind of online grad school but before you do that, do you know what you want to do? Being a perpetual student isn't such a fun thing.

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