Originally Posted by MBE1
But I have fears of those feelings returning that I had at the MTC and fear that I am too old. I know the old saying, "feel the fear and do it anyway" but somethings need to be pondered about and seriously thought over.
I began my mission at age 21 and I knew that if I had left at age 19, I would not have fully appreciated the opportunity to serve.
However, we need to address those feelings. When completing the paperwork, you need to include your current medical information and current prescriptions. You probably won't be serving any foreign missions.
If those feelings return, even with medication... then you need to understand that missions aren't for everybody. You may be more of a drain on companions and hinder their
work. There's nothing wrong with that... except that you won't be able to serve a mission.
Some hindering reasons for being unable to serve are physical... and some are mental. You may have a brain chemical reason... and the hardest part for you may be in accepting that.
Something else to consider.