Viva 4 days later. Hope it's for borderline classification not some freaking fail/pass-my-whole-degree thing. Things could have been so much better and now I regret every bit of it. Pride, arrogant and ignorance kill.
When you were a kid, you always want the things to stay the same. The same teacher, the same house, the same friends. But you can't move on until you've let go of the past. Letting go is the easier part. It's the moving on that's painful. So sometimes we fight it, try and keep things the same. But things can't stay the same though. At some point you just have to let go, move on. Because no matter how painful it is, it's the only way we grow.
If your wife have got pregnant with a defected baby, let's say any birth defects that impaired his/her ability to think/walk/eat, would you still deliver the baby? To me, I can't, I would choose to end it's life before it's too late. I would choose abortion. It's not everything about the burden, have you ever thought about how the baby would feel? of the stigma? of the pain that would constantly follow throughout the rest of his/her life.. I wouldn't choose to deliver the baby. And that's my choice. You may not agree with it and came out with all kinds of 'it's a life sort-of-argument', but that's your choice. I stand by mine.