Im 23 and i will be 24 in two months, i feel like i wasted my whole year to people who wasted my time who where extremely pessimistic and negative beings, toxic people because of them i fell into a depression and i wasted my 23rd year which was supposed to be fun. I fell into a depression and it was the darkest period of my life, they guy i liked rejected me and i just wasted this year by not doing much, just school thats it and i dont even like my degree, i feel im getting old and i am losing hope slowly, by nature i am very extroverted open and i m not afraid to take on challenges, new hobbies, the people around me are very negative , very 'stable' same boring group of friends and make barely any changes in their life... like they are afraid to dream. How can i forgive myself and live my life and gain hope? i regret i wasted this year by doing nothing much, i really regret it, im not getting any younger...
Most Helpful Guy
I feel you answered your own question. Pursuing your dream goal while in school is best feeling. Also pursuing hobbies is not bad but meet up in clubs, or ground that's doing the same thing and keep it pushing. Ghetto style is if ain't talkn money or career then ya ain't doin nothing. I hate it but I kind of get what they mean. Your here on earth to learn and grow. To go forth to peace and joy and if anyone disturbs those two things ( peace and joy) then I am to cut them off no matter how hard it seem.1
Most Helpful Girl
Quarter life crisis.. we all go through it. You'll be great, and you realizing this is going to help turn it around. Get rid of those toxic people in your life, or at least limit your exposure to them, and focus on yourself and doing things you enjoy that bring you happiness.
Also, your worth is not dependent on a guy. You'll find someone who loves you the same way you love them and your relationship will be fantastic. That guy just wasn't the right one.
As for school, that's not a bad thing to focus on when you have a hard time.. do well, do what you're supposed to do for yourself and everything else will eventually fall into place. If you don't like your degree, change it, or maybe pick up a second one in something you DO like. But also remember that most people don't even end up in the same field they studied anyways.
Don't think so much about age and time, focus on the now and finding what will make you not dread getting older. I honestly would suggest taking a trip. Reach out to friends who you're not as close to, you might find that they're still there for you and that they'll welcome you with open arms.0