I could not agree more, my problems seem to mostly come from me trying to initiate with other people & I just wish they could see my point of view, but again life would boring. But yeah definitely, people should be more honest.AyumiH wrote:I wish everyone were just honest...it makes life that much easier and stress-free, if only they could see that.
There's literally nothing nicer you could have said, thank youSkelofect wrote:Have to say, after our meeting I did walk away feeling more positive for being around you Adam.
I don't live in poverty
I got a little bit of money and I got a healthy body
Not gonna let stuff get me upset
And I won't let the little things get me depressed
Oh dude, if you need someone to talk to, don't think twice! We haven't spoken in ages!!Skelofect wrote:
But, at the minute I do feel a bit down. I don't sleep well and I think I've got a lot of serious life problems going on that I don't want to be dealing with.
How old are you ?steophonic wrote:I am generally alright. I feel more settled, nice girlfriend, decent job, finally having enough money to afford holidays and things.
If anything, I feel a bit bored and I feel like I'm old now! I miss all my crazy nights out with the lads. I am lucky to have a good bunch of friends and I probably feel the most confident I have ever felt in myself.
I miss the city sometimes and desperately want to move out of my parents house but I can live with it for the time being!
Ugh... I know exactly what you mean - I'm in the same position myself. I want to do a PGCE next year (which basically converts my degree into a teaching qualification) so at the moment I'm trying to a get a placement with a school for some classroom experience.Virgostar wrote:I'm ok right now I guess, but the whole process before you get an job interview is getting me down a bit and my tendency towards procrastination isn't helping either. I've finally got most of my résumé done, but I'm having trouble trying to link experiences with my key strengths (I've got 2 so far, I need a few more). I can think up a few of them (e.g. reliable, hard working etc), but how the hell can I tell a prospective employer that I'm all of this if I can't back it up with evidence? Reading job advice on websites isn't quite helping either, its kinda doing my head in...that and the fact that I want to get out of retail and move into an office environment (purely cos I want a M-F, 9-5 kinda job, none of this weekends or Thursday nights BS for me) with little if any experience (I never went to university or a technical college, therefore I have no other qualifications aside from my HSC and the course that I just completed about 6 weeks ago).
I really miss the days when losing my phone charger could be the worst thing to happen to me.jason2379 wrote:I'm feeling better now. But I still cant find my bloody charger...
Agree with that! No matter how many days you go through a certain level of worry-freeness it's still hard to not feel the same as being young. It's like the transition from having fun, going out, being care-free to dealing with heartbreak, divorce, health issues, money problems, people in life making you feel you're not good enough. It's all such a mess of emotions.jlo17 wrote:I wish we can neevr grow up to be honest as anything is acceptable if you're young