So, beautiful,so simple, so natural.
I just got back from U.S.A. Navy Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Illinois where I trained to become a Navy Sailor as a Navy Recruit.
I was only there for about 2 months and half of that time was training. I didn’t complete my Navy training because I was separated and discharged from the U.S.A. Navy as a result of being diagnosed with a ‘condition’ that was ‘disqualifying’.
Basically, it was because of my history in high school: I struggled to adjust to high school and I didn’t ‘adjust’ successfully resulting in me leaving high school to get my GED instead, I was also having trouble ‘adjusting’ to the ‘military lifestyle’: the doctor I was talking to thought because of all of this I “might” not be able to successfully ‘adjust’ to the U.S.A. Navy thus he ‘diagnosed’ me with a ‘condition’ which disqualified me from the Navy.
I have since realized that the Navy, nor any ‘military’ lifestyle, is not the life I want, but I remain grateful for the experience, knowledge, and every thing else I have been given as a result of all of this.