Can I say
I got to be reluctant to go to school.
In the morning, I thought I wanted to go to school (for evening class). But after lunch, now I don't want to go to school. My feeling changed. I've come to be reluctant.
In this context, which is correct in order to express my current changed feeling?
I got to be reluctant to go to school
I became reluctant to go to school.
I'd like to ask expression using "get" and "become". Or both is inapropriate for this situation.