No one chose to be here, yet here we are. All we are doing while we are young is studying, so that one day we can work. All we are doing when we get older is working, so that we can live. We are literally working almost our entire life, so that we can afford to live, so that we can work. And those so called friends just end up leaving you, just like that, poof, after 3 whole years, and you are left to drown all alone in your room in the misery of all the pleasant memories, and all that used to be good, which will never be back. What am I doing wrong? How to look positively and lie to myself that it will get better, while in reality it seems it would just get worse.
Most Helpful Girl
Your remind me of a good family friend (who I call my aunt, but she's not by blood). Absolutely amazing and kind hearted woman. She's very smart too. She is close to retiring age and works seven days a week, and makes sure to never miss church (very religious woman). However, she too feels alone, betrayed by her friends and ignored by her family. But the reason she keeps going on is because she doesn't give up hope.
What I am trying to say is that you have to find hope in something, anything to hold on to. My aunt finds hope in God (and me cause she loves me lol).1
Most Helpful Guy
We have it, and we're not gonna get a second chance at it. So you get what you get and you don't throw a fit.1