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Last March my school made a decision for certain students to follow the new curriculum they have enforced which would require that I go back to a 3rd year to take the extra classes that they have added in the new curriculum. Sadly, while I was trying to accept this from God's hands, my body did not, and I have been experiencing anxiety attacks, breathing anxiety, and postprandial hypoglycemia. I am trying slowly to overcome all that, but I am getting really tired of it, and of my life being like that. Recently, we found out that we are 13 students in this situation, including the student government president who is also one of the members on the Board of Pharmacy. We met with the Dean of the College of Pharmacy and he said they will reevaluate our situations again. Today, we got the letter that nothing was changed for us except one class was taken off our required classes, while some other students including the student government president, was granted that they would go back where they left off in the school and matriculate normally. Two other students and I are still mandated to take four classes through 4 semesters which is making us loose 4 years of our lives. If I keep fighting this school's decision, am I fighting God’s will? I don't know what to do anymore. Should I fight the school with a law suit; should I let it be and lose 4 years of my life; or should I leave the whole career and try to pursue a different one. I feel that I am drowning in all this.
What would you do if you have great discrimination at work? For example, they promote the people who came after you and don’t have a degree, you have a very good evaluation from your supervisor. How would you overcome this “bitterness” and “unfairness” that you feel?
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