and then you dig even the rock to see whats under it? if you have like zero friends and chances for a carreer. i won't even speak about girlfriend thats totally unfathomable. when you had all sorts of humiliations, dropped ut of college, and are left completely unwanted and alone. even my very few friends abandoned me. when you are poor as fuck and your folks are poor as fuck too. when when when.
Most Helpful Girl
You have two choices when you hit rock bottom... get buried beneath all of the limestone and granite, a until you become so overwhelmed with despair and depression or struggle to find a way back up.
Life doesn't get better by chance it only gets better by change. If you can't change a situation then you are challenged to change yourself. So you have to find ways to change the things you can and accept the things you can' t. Set goals for yourself and strive to achieve them. Only small goals need to be set to motivate yourself... achievable goals0
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If I was in that kind of situation, the very first thing I'd do would be to ask myself where and how I fucked up. Because to be frank, you don't just coincidentally slip into a situation like that. For example dropping out of college is kinda hard if you live in the US. You don't just drop out of college for forgetting to do your homework a couple of times. Or if I really had ZERO friends, I would definitely ask myself what I need to change about my own personality, my character etc.. I don't have many friends myself but I do have a few who I am very close to. If I had none at all, this would most of all say something about myself rather than about other people. I'd wonder if I have behaving like a total dickhead to everyone around me.
I know people who are in really difficult life situations and they've still made somehow. So if I was in the situation you've described, my first realisation would be that I must have fucked up some things pretty badly, which means in consequence that I have to change my ways.0
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