Uh, hi guys. I know I don't really talk to anyone here, but I'm needing some advice. I am not too sure where I am going with this, but I am at my wits end. I picked the wrong major. At first, it was just a small thought that I pushed aside but it kept creeping back and before I knew it, it became something that occupied my daily thoughts. It has caused me to feel like absolute shit. I literally spent hours googling "I picked the wrong major" and researching on what other majors I could transfer into. Unfortunately, it was too late. All the other viable majors required extending my college years, which is something I cannot financially afford. I was lucky enough to get an almost full-ride scholarship for 4 years, and it's one of the only reasons why I'm able to be in college right now. I'm currently a sophomore double majoring in Social Work and Psychology and I feel like I made the biggest mistake of my life. I went into these majors because I love helping people. Seeing them happy from something I did literally brightens my day. But as I progressed further into my major classes, I got this immense sense of dread -- I can't do it. The comments on how a liberal arts degree is useless keeps replaying in my head, and how I'm not learning anything "quantitative" like formulas or coding just makes it all the worse. My social anxiety keeps on getting in the way, no matter how much I try to work with, and around it. Being around vulnerable people makes me super uncomfortable. I just don't know how to communicate nor help people. I've tried countless times to work on these issues, and I don't want to give up but I'm beginning to lose hope. I feel like I'm wasting the money given to me. It's funny how I'm in a major revolved around helping people when I can't even help myself. I know there's people here with more life experience than me, and those that are even college grads. Any ideas on what I should do / how did you overcome this problem? TDLR; Picked the wrong major, cannot financially afford to extend college years, any ideas on how to go about this?