I don't have a job. I am graduating with bad grades (not because of lack of effort, but because 1 of the years I had some pretty serious issues and it caused my cumulative to be mediocre).
I am pretty, maybe beautiful, but I don't want to be someone else's doll. I just don't know how I'm supposed to get out of this. I always wanted someone who would be my equal and consider me his equal, but I'm not even sure who I am anymore.
I figured maybe I should start looking for internships and then just focus on work so all these fears will go away.
Most Helpful Guy
You (and the many Ladies below) confound me, truly...
Love is boundless, Love is hard, Love is the worst tears you will ever Cry. BUT, without Love, what is Life? What will do without Love?
NOW - before I draw fire from every corner, let me first explain that that I understand to a certain degree that "love", as you perceive it, may be "difficult" to find. And I get that many men can be assholes.
So can Women. Do you think we men are immune? I was hurt many times, when I was very young.
My point is, never shut the door to Love. You might find it where you least expect it. And sometimes, Love finds you.
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Most Helpful Girl
I think you should look for jobs and gain experience because you can't really do much with bad grades. but that is done so there's no time to worry and regret. it is going to be difficult, but stay strong. Everyone is going to be successful as long as they work hard. If you are going to do something, do it without fears, that way you won't crumble as easy as an insecure person.
I understood you have a fear of getting married because you don't want to be loved like a queen. That your partner puts you always first and so? I don't know what you mean by that.
you don't know who you are because you are empty. What defines a person is the things they love and are passionate (is that a word?). So the only thing you need to do to know one self is having passions. Also accepting you rights and wrongs, be it physical, mental or actions) knowing your limits is important too.0