Hello, everyone. I'm INTJ. INTJ is my MBTI personality type and, by the way, I'm a woman. I'm a former DI member from a long time ago. I re-registered under a new handle because one, I didn't remember my old password and, honestly, I didn't want to re-assume the handle because I didn't leave the board on good terms. However, you live and learn and mature, and I'm very much not the person now that I was back then. Please don't ask me what my former identity was or try to guess. I would like to leave the past in the past and start fresh. Thank you, in advance, for allowing me to do so. I divulged this much so if someone figured out who I was I wouldn't be accused of trying to "fake" my identity. I'm disabled, so I try to stay busy by learning new things. I've always been an autodidact. I was that kid who read the encyclopedia, LOL. I had multiple failed attempts at getting a master's degree (and visited the Washout thread a couple of time, LOL) because of my illness and had given up on getting one. Then the pandemic hit. At the same time, I learned about ENEB. I did a lot of due diligence and finally pulled the trigger on the Groupon deal. The time wasn't right for me to start, so I delayed until it was. ENEB was the only way I was going to be able to get a graduate degree without taking on more student loan debt. It was also self-paced, which was a godsend considering my illness. I really feel that if it wasn't for ENEB, I wouldn't have been able to achieve my dream of earning a master's degree, and I actually earned two. I needed to use two 6-month extensions and both were free. The first one was complementary and came with the program. The second one I had to send medical documentation and they didn't charge me. Some people downplay the ENEB master's degrees, but I don't. The final projects were challenging and some of them were just downright hard. But, I finished both my master's degrees (a month apart) with the US equivalent of a 3.9/4.0 GPA.