Everyone is right, it IS all about adjusting to this disease and making certain exceptions in your life. There is one thing you should try before making any decisions, talk to your instructor. Tell him what you are suffering with and see what he suggests. I think once you let your guard down more people will surprise you with kindness than disappoint you. I am finishing my degree in accounting and I have been working on it for 10 years! It has been a long, hard road filled with disappointments and accomplishments. The one thing I have done for myself is right when classes start I go in a talk to all of my professors. I explain my disease and let them know what some of the problems are that could possibly occur through out the semester. I don't think I have ever had a professor turn the other cheek and tell me I am on my own. They have all amazed me with their consideration and thoughtfulness. So, don't count your instructor out just yet, give him a chance and you never know, maybe he will surprise you!!!!!!!!
As I grow to understand life less and less,
I learn to love it more and more.
Age 29, Lupus for last 7 years
Medications: Methotrexate, Lyrica, Celebrex, Flexeril, Theophylline, Bactrim, Xopenex, Lisinopril, Ultram