After 4 years, I've finally had it with my dual Philosophy/Psychology studies and decided to quit them. I've passed all the Philosophy classes I liked or was good at with ease on the first go, but have failed near half a dozen times on a handful of subjects, which yet remain. Psychology is more of a side-studies which was going to be my main one later on, but due to it requiring high mastery of statistics -- a subject that's been harder for me than French and Latin for Christ's sake -- I can't make the switch to a full Psychology study either.
At the end of highschool, people often get the option of doing tests to decide what studies fit them, or what jobs fit them. I was never formally offered the option, nor decided to do one online on my own, because I was much less independant back then and had far less self-knowledge and self-confidence. I'm currently taking some of these tests, but honestly, I'm not sure how much they'll help. In the past few months I've consistently grown more cynical and pessimestic, whereas for years I've been the one person to always turn situations positive or cheer people up, and that thought alone adds further weight to my pessimism.
Frankly, I'd like to break out of that and start a new study, something that fits me better, preferably something also that could earn me plenty of money in the end, but that's much less of a concern, really. As such, I'd like to ask y'all: what did you do to pick your study?