I'm a senior in college, or I'm supposed to be. But several times this semester I missed my weight lifting class because I had no energy to get up in the morning (I have severe depression). And they won't allow me to transfer in an extra .25 credits this summer. So basically I'm likely not going to get my degree because of a stupid technicality. I hate school and I just want it to be over with, but now it won't be. I feel like I've let down my parents who have forked out 50 grand a year for the last 4 years. And the school officials and my weight training teacher are treating me like an unfavorable number they have to plug into their system: the way they're handling it is to "see what they can do" without "jeopardizing the integrity of the course". I just want to stop feeling so miserable and for all of this to be over with, and right now there seems to be only one solution that will provide this. But there's joy in life, too: I have a supportive fiance and some of the happiest moments of my life have been with him, even though I've only known him for the past year and a half, during which I've been depressed, which says something about what a wonderful guy he is. So I don't want my life to end, not really, but the past day or so things have been so horrible I've begun to doubt that they'll ever look up again. So I've come here looking for support, understanding, and advice on how to keep going even when doing so seems futile.