I'd recommend a book by paulo coelho titled the alchemist. the character in that book is in a similar situation that you are currently in.
it's a nice fictional book. i hope you find solace in reading it.
In another note, i can relate well with how you feel, because I feel the urge to escape things too. I'm studying law school and I really hate going to class. It's not how hard or time management that bothers me, it's the stress on being at that specific school, that i don't like my classmates as well as my surroundings.
I just really want to go away. But at the same time I believe that I have to conquer this challenge in order to feel free from that fear of stress.
The good side of all this experience is that I make money without doing anything. I wrote a book about how to memorize, because that unholy school forces me too and my classmates who I wish would just die really annoys me.
My solution is to take my knowledge and transfer school, but I can't till the semester ends.
So I have no problem with memorizing/analysis/funds. I'm loosing to stress.
hehehe, reading that book really helps a lot because it talks about that little voice our hearts tell us when we rationalize that we can do something about it.
The option it showed me is that, listen to your heart, in effect it will no longer bother you as soon as you confirm to your heart that it has been heard. then we can decide what to do without regrets.
I do believe even though people would say, i have no regrets, they tend to reminisce the past as time flows.
I hope this little story my help you.
and I myself will find my own answers.