"I could not have done it without the wonderful program SNHU offers and the support of my instructors."
Everyone defines success differently. To some it is about achieving a goal; to others it is about becoming a better person; to me, success means overcoming the past and the present. My path to a B.A. degree in child and adolescent psychology has taught me many lessons. I have learned that it is not my past that defines me; it is the person I strive to become. There was a time where I doubted my strength, a moment where I wondered if all was in vain. But every time I think about what I can do in the future, the plans I have made to help adolescents and families, I gain strength. Despite being recently diagnosed with an immune deficiency, I have found the passion to carry on.
I could not have done it without the wonderful program SNHU offers, support of my instructors, support of my advisor or the support and encouragement of my family. There is no greater feeling than looking back on the past and saying, “I have survived and conquered.”