Navy Seperation

So its not looking good. I can appeal, but there's a less than 5% chance any appeal is accepted, and thats even less for medical ones.All i want to do is come home, but that will take 10 to 20 business days at best, and dad is behaving as one might expect about this (IE, a meanie who keeps shouting at me on the phone and sending me long ranting emails about what a failure I am).
Dad wants me to fight it, but it looks bleak and no matter what i do, ive already lost nuke.
idk what i'm going to do. but now I have to run. will try to post more in detail later. trhanks as alwatys for your continued support.
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Your dad is not only a meanie, but stupid. You can't help what's in your medical history, and if it's genetic, you could blame HIM for passing the condition onto you. I know how hard it can be when all the opportunities that you want seem to be closed to you, but you have to keep your head up. Things can be hard for a while, but I am confident that you can overcome these challenges. I'll be keeping you in my prayers!
Even a 5% chance is something. But whatever happened, you gave it your best shot and the medical thing is Not. Your. Fault.
Your dad is wrong about you being a failure.

My dad missed a chance at the air force as a young man because of a medical problem. However I've certainly never considered him to be a failure. He's just my dad.

You may still win your appeal, but if you don't then you will find something else. You just need some time to figure it out.
i'm not going to bother appealing. there's too little chance. I know i'll find something else, but mostly it's just hollowness right now
As soon as I read your post, I knew your dad was going to be an asshole about this. As if you can help what's in your medical history! I'm so sorry you have to deal with that *hug* I'm also sorry things look so bleak :(

I wish I could do something to help you...

Me too. Dad was actually less of an ass about it than I expected, though I've not talked to him today. Still trying to figure out what I'm going to do. wish me luck.

I suppose it's something that he's been less of an ass about it then he could have. Good luck figuring out what you're going to do, bb <3
*HUGS* Life can be so unfair sometimes. But no matter what happens, you're still a winner in my eyes. I know it's hard to ignore the things people say, your parents even more, but to be honest, *bleep* your dad's opinion. You don't deserve talk like that. Something medical is totally not your fault, or a flaw in your character.

Don't lose hope, or your positivity. *cheering you on*
I agree with everyone else. This isn't your fault and your dad is being a completely unreasonable asshole. It's as if he pinned all of his dreams on what you were going to accomplish and he's acting is if you've purposely denied him this. I hope your mom is able to talk some sense in to him soon before you see him in person.

As for the appeal, it may be only a 5% chance but I think you should still go for it. Maybe they will still allow you to stay in the Navy and choose an alternative career.