So, I had a talk with my therapist. Apparently, Everybody supported me when I went to college and ITT Tech. Now, I'm a permanent failure. So, this begs the question? Am I a failure because I didn't go to college?
It’s in the past, draw a line and move forward in a positive way. Look to the future. Life is so very short. You could be writing your own personal funny book about living with Autism. Have you ever read a book called Look me in the Eye by John Elder Robison? You are if you think about it, uniquely placed to write your own best seller if you want to.
Autism doesn't actually automatically come with the talent and luck required to write a best seller like John Elder Robison any more than ALS automatically comes with the raw genius and talent to educate laymen in the realm of astrophysics like Stephen Hawking can. By placing the credit on a person's disability you take credit from the human being. They, the human beings, did amazing things, their disabilities just made it harder.
It is never too late to go to college now
Most of the hugely successful people in our world have failed more often than they succeeded. You're not done yet.
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I went to college, but failed. I went to ITT Tech, but failed. I'm asking a simple question: Is college a requirement for success in the modern world?
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