Our expert says:
Well, whatever else you do, immediately stop mentally tormenting yourself. That doesn't help find any good solution to anything. It's hard for anyone else to give you a firm answer on this, even with far more details than you could give us in this format. So much depends, not so much on what happened, or is happening, as on your attitude to it. You have made "HUGE progress" --- well, that's something to be proud of, and could share with those who remember you at all fondly. And to those who do NOT remember you fondly --- well, getting better and better is an excellent form of revenge.
If you don't go, you'll enter a whole new phase of tormenting yourself about what might have gone so well IF you had gone, and you'll never know how well you might have coped. But don't go accompanied and preceded by all this profiundly negative thinking and catastrophizing ( I'll be awful, everyone will notice how awful I am, and that'll be a catastrophe and nothing will ever go right again ) --- but with a positive atitude. You made a reasonably choice to step aside from University for a time, and things have been going well for you. You're curious about how other people have ben getting on. The more time you spend being interested in them and encouraging them to speak about themselves, the more they'll be impressed. You say your wounds as practically healed by now. Well, put a bandage on them, and they needn't be damaged anew.
When the weekend's over, I'm sure you'll get many comments from other readers, too.
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