So, for the meantime here are the important things to do when life decided to fuck you up again. The first thing you have to do is to breathe, know that you got this.
Count one to ten and then smash plates, watch it as it breaks down into tiny shreds of nothing. Shout at the top straight guy jacking off your lungs in a high building somewhere and then go back to breathing. Count one to ten. Like they said, things happen for a reason. Where is that reason? Once you understand that refusing to accept what has happened cannot change things or make it go back to the way it was before, let go. Life has a way of fuck things and making them all better again.
Free yourself from stress. Go on with your life. Carry on. Let life mend what it has broken. Let life stress about itself. Move on. Do not be afraid to live to the fullest; do not the on the safe side. Play hard.
As long as you are not hurting someone, live. I know life can be a bitch. I know that it can also be your best friend but do not let life consume you that you forget how to have fun. Fuck life. Go and be what. Last but not least, wait.
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How the fuck do people figure out what they want to do in life? I'll be a junior in college in the fall. I've spent the last two years of school having very little idea of any career or major I wanted. At the beginning of the semester I decided I'd major in gender studies and minor in nutrition, even though I had no goddamn idea what career I could get from that. Now my advisor is telling me I have to pick a second major or minor because I'll be 40 credit hours short of graduating by the time I finish with everything I need for GS and nutrition.
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Alright, sure, time to go back and look through every major possible to see if maybe I wouldn't hate it. Hell, maybe this time I'll even find a major that might get me a damn job. I look through majors. I narrow it down to two that involve health. I register for intro classes what both majors for this summer and fall. I figure I'll definitely go into one of those majors, the I like most, because it seems like something with a decent career that I probably wouldn't hate. But hey, me being me, I'm now having a intense urge to work towards being a medical examiner.
That's what I fuck to do in high school: work with corpses. I like corpses, I think I'd be cool with cutting them open and figuring out cause of death and all that. It sounds fun. But I tried to take one chemistry class to see if I could do premed and I ended up having an anxiety episode after one class, so I dropped it because there's no way I could maintain both my mental health and my GPA while majoring in a hard science like that. I don't know what to do.
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I've started to hate the idea of a BS in a hard science and then med school less. I'm fine with the time commitment of med school and residency and all that. But, god, I am not a mentally healthy person. I spend enough time anxious and suicidal when I'm in a major with relatively easy coursework. Going into one of the health majors, I'd still have a pretty easy course load. I could probably make it through college without my GPA or my health tanking. But the idea of the medical examiner career seems more appealing than working in health.
How the hell do I decide what to do when I like the means for one path and the ends fuck the other? Is what even any point in entertaining the idea of medicine when I know my grades will probably slip and I'll already be so far behind because I spent the past two years fucking around and not working towards a premed degree? The the fuck do I do? How the fuck does anyone figure this out and actually know what they want to do with their life?
What the fuck. I know that, and that feels like it's probably the path I'll end up on. I'm just worried because I know people who did that and then grew cartoon tube sex games completely hate their job but they were stuck fuck it because it was the only income option they had.
Recently I got into a conversation with a stranger. The woman told me that she was 49 years old and that she had decided just a few years ago, after having spent the past twenty years or so doing something related to business, to go back to school to study to be a medical aide. She didn't have any regrets what having done business for so long. It was what made her happy at the time. I, at fatbratsnaps, found it reassuring to see that someone much older than myself could change career paths so happily when my friends and I have spent so much time and energy worrying about what we're going to do for the rest of our lives.
Definitely try to get some help with your mental health, though. Your school probably provides some sort of free mental health service and possibly some paid. I've thought about trying to seek out mental health help but That's fuckig hard to do. I can't talk to anyone about my mental health without either completely breaking down or just making a joke of it.
It's a lot easier for me to just internalise it and occasionally let some things out anonymously on the internet. Plus, if I had to do anything that involved paying, I'd be out of luck anyway because I have no money.
If you want to go into Med you should take that chance! You may have messed up the last 2 but would you rather mess up the next 2? I think it's a case of taking a chance or go to your career fair and see what's in your current field? the
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Plenty of people of all ages have no idea what they want to do with their lives. In a perfect world your major would get you a job in a specific related field, but that certainly wasn't the hung shemale cum with me or a large number of people who majored in the liberal arts.
I feel very satisfied being the best cog in the machine that I can be, even if it has next to nothing to do with what I studied. Like others have said, just stumble around a bit til you find a job you don't hate. I know a lot of people don't get jobs related to their majors, which is what I told myself when I finally decided on gender studies. I'm a planner, though, so the idea of not having a set career path for the rest of my life makes me incredibly anxious.