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Where do I begin.......

Posted by anonymous at March 17, 2012
Tags: Anxiety  Juvenile problems  2012 March  Sociopathy

I have been diagnosed with Anxiety, Depression and ADD since I was 13 and I have been placed in various mental hospitals and treatment centers throughout my life. I'm only 18 and I've already spent more than a year and a half in total in "loony bin" and I'm sure I'm not even close to being done yet. I missed the experience of a normal high-school and I will never know what it's like to have been a regular teenager. I thought I could turn my life around when I was applying to college but I had no clue what I was doing and no one helping me including my parents. My parents are total assholes who went through a rough divorce and my Dad constantly used me and my sister to get at my mom, including filing a false police report the night before I took the SATs. I have no money and no future and no one helps me because people claim that I'm very intelligent and simply don't apply myself. I don't have a drivers license because I keep failing the permit test and no one gives a dam including my Aunt who happens to be in Governor's administration. I spend most of days playing video games and surfing the web because I'm too embarrassed to hang out with former friends who probably would think of me as a loser anyway. Any ideas about what to do ? Because I'm starting to run out.


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By Cursed at 18,Mar,12 15:50

What part of the permit test are you failing? The written part or the driving part? You gotta have your license! Otherwise, you will go crazy because you will be stuck at home, playing video games, at thirty.
You're 18. What do you want to go to school for? Don't know? Then don't waste your money. Go get a job. After you get your license- you have a job, drive to your job, meet people, save money. Eventually, money is saved, life is good, now you can go and do things...
Going to college? Figure out what you want to do before you start pissing your money away. Seriously. I have 16,000 dollars in college debt. I am making an hourly wage, doing something that I don't have a degree in. Pointless. The world wants to brainwash you into just jumping into another four years of schooling, just because.... Make damn sure that you have a skill. If you're going to be spending thousands of dollars on your education- then you better get something out of it! And A JOB.
That's my two cents-
By at 21,Mar,13 18:46

i totally agree. i have heard of and known countless well qualified people that got their bachelors and even masters degrees and aren't making much of anything more than a bare bones job with it. and i even worked with some PhD's who cant hardly make jack with their degrees as well so bad its pathetic. what higher education doesn't want you to know is that years ago when the government did their study on how much more money you make with the more education you have, those times weren't the rough economic times we see today, that study was also flawed by serious influence by higher education, jobs in the work force themselves have gone overseas or been replaced by technology altogether because it is more cost effective. chances are education will just make you feel better about yourself and not your bank account.

By anonymous at 18,Mar,12 15:54

If you have anxiety depression and add, than you would not have had a normal high school experience anyway so dont worry about having missed it.

By anonymous at 18,Mar,12 19:53

Its actually not that bad of a life. Just get a job and do it without them. I think your letting your past affect your future way too much. I mean whatever mental issues caused you to enter that facility arent bad enough to disable u from doing normal stuff like finding this website and sharing ur story so at the very least u can fill out apps and move out and figure out how to stand strong and become that person who is happy with the things they earned

By anonymous at 18,Mar,12 19:58

And your 18? Your still a baby! You have ur whole life ahead of you. Jesus wants to carry you so go to Him and you can let go of the pain the world will bring and start to feel that internal spirit within u shine

By anonymous at 18,Mar,12 23:10

Apply to college. 18 is very young - I promise you, when you're older, you'll barely remember all of this - it will just be a story, that's all. Reshape the narrative of your life. Take some classes at a community college or if you qualify, apply to a 4 year state school. Leave home. Start anywhere.

By anonymous at 22,Mar,12 03:08

You can Give me your birth date at, the stars won't give you any advice but only a MEANING, what you are here for, the aims of your soul that evolves through many lives and you'll see clearer. That is still a guidance. Keep the faith, and for the moment just appreciating little things makes life more bearable.

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