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I hate my life and feel hopeless I am 30 now but still living with my parents. I have never felt fully happy because even as a child I was semi-conscious of the fact that my parents were dealing with heavy things.
I feel that I have made a complete botch job of my life. I have generally made poor decisions in most facets of my life.
When I was about 19 I decided that I didn't care anymore and I was just going to drink a lot and have a lot of sex. I have always had very low self esteem. I realized around 23 that I wanted a better life and started making attempts at getting that but the booze had hooked me and it took a very long time to give it up.
Meanwhile I was searching for someone to love me and take care of me and perhaps save me I kind of gave up on that but yet still found myself waking up in bad relationships. I did manage to get a degree but, unfortunately, it was in dance which I don't have any interest in anymore I despise it in fact.
About four years ago, after trying to find happiness by changing locations something I have tried many timesI came back to my parents completely defeated. I still made a couple of escape attempts after that but none of them were successful.
I have read so many "self help" and "find your calling" books it is ridiculous. I have been on and off of numerous medications. Life coach, career counselor, psychiatrist, psychologist, church, yoga, meditation, you name it, I have tried it. I usually don't stay consistent with anything, though right now I am attempting to form a consistent relationship with a psychologist.
I do have some practical plans right now which I am not terribly excited about but I do see as a way to solve some of my problems CNA route to nursing school.
I just don't know how I am going to survive with the sadness and frustration that I feel so much of the time. I hate living here and I see no way out for about a year. I see no way out of the sadness and suffering that I feel and the years just keep on passing.
I attempt to feel grateful for what I have but then I just start crying. I really am a cool person I am very isolated and feel unappreciated by my family.Nov 04, · Best Answer: I hate studying as well, but you got to do it! What I do to try and make my studying as fun as possible is to write down the key facts that I need to learn on post it notes and then put them all over the house, so when I go to that place I can read them over and over again, so it gradually stays in your torosgazete.com: Resolved.
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