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Book Nov 24, 2023 at 09:44 AM
Iíve decided to study business administration
Iíll study soon after my therapy gets done
Iíll study in my dadís house
Because it is more peaceful here
Iíll use resources like books to learn
I need to get over my fear of failing, since I had dropped out of engineering a few months ago
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Default Nov 24, 2023 at 03:21 PM
Well, engineering probably is one of the most rigorous disciplines you can study. Some aspects are so abstract that they're difficult to grasp. Imaginary numbers, negative frequencies, Coriolis effect are just three that come to mind immediately.

I'm glad you've made a decision and I wish you luck and success!

BTW, your post comes across as poetry.
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