first off- it's taken me 6 years to graduate. that's not that unusual for the school i'm at, only i didn't do it in a very good way. i should have taken a break from school, but i come from a really small town that kind of sucks people in and destroys them (there were only 5 kids out of my graduating class that actually went to college), so i was scared to not register, even for one semester. so instead i took F's in all of my classes and for 3 semesters. i am now retaking all of those courses and made the dean's list this past semester. how much do you think this will count against me? i'm completely committed to the peace corps and i know two years is a long time and it definitely won't be like getting burned out with school and not knowing if i even wanted to pursue the subject i was majoring in. during that time i also went to therapy and for a very brief period went on anti-depressants. i was on like half the normal dose and went off after three months and have been off of them for over a year now, i am still in therapy though. is that going to be a huge issue too? i'm completely committed to jumping through whatever hoops there may be, but i'm just scared that my record might be too much to overcome. so... any advice?
and my therapist said that because she was seeing me pro bono and there are no insurance records that i may not even have to disclose that i was in therapy... any advice on that?