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Maria Kim

The first thing I'd do is try to figure out what you don't like and why you're unhappy there. Is it the quality of the classes, the environment, the people, the location, the major, etc.? It's normal to feel lost and frustrated when you don't feel like you're in the right place or when things don't seem to fit. If your school offers counseling services, that's usually a good place to start. It can get overwhelming so try to take it one step at a time. If you already figured out what makes you unhappy, you'll have to figure out if it's something that could be resolved where you are or look for alternatives elsewhere. It's important to keep in mind that you won't find the solution right away. These things usually take time and it can cause anxiety, but if you rush to make a decision, you might find yourself in the same place again in the future. I wish I could give you more personalized advise but it's hard to do without much background information.

Answered 7 years ago

Maria Kim