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« Reply #25215 on: March 28, 2017, 01:12:48 am »

Time for my own update.

Things are not looking well.
I'm 24 now.
And all the things that I had going for me, are gone.
My girlfriend left me 7 months ago.
I was an intern at Electronic Arts for the second time, but they told me they wouldn't hire me back.
Learned that my grandpa has had untreated prostate cancer for two years.
Financially and health-wise, my family isn't doing great.
I fell in a depression and while I'm meeting with a psychologist, my family doctor and two career advisors, I don't feel like trying anymore.
Everything I try fails miserably and I can't focus on anything.
Being at the same school as my ex is too hard for me.
I'm leaving the city at the end of April, going to live with my cancer grandpa for 4 months.
It's ironic. I was gonna graduate by the end of August. But I don't want to anymore.
I don't know where to go. I don't want to go anywhere.
Right now my only focus is keeping active the part of me that still wants to be alive. And it's getting really tough.
Got my antidepressant prescription two weeks ago, so chemically I'm working on it.
Plus all the other daily exercises I'm doing.
But dreaming every night that I'm back with the woman who lit up my world... most days I'd rather not wake up.
I used to be such a success story... it's a shame that I'm where I am now. Wasted potential.
Oh well.

Sorry to be such a downer.
I like you guys.
Godspeed.
I'm sorry about that Rosim.
I hope your Grandpa recovers and your family improves in terms of health and finances.
Make the best of your time with your Grandpa so you have no regrets.
Failure happens to everyone, but don't let it define you. Failure is something you do, not something you are.
You didn't succeed because of your girlfriend. You succeeded because you worked hard.
And while it sucks that someone who was clearly very dear to you left your life, life goes on.
Try to appreciate what you do have. I know that's way easier said than done. I'm not saying to ignore
all the bad. You should accept the bad as part of reality. I'm just saying to try to appreciate the good too.
What you appreciate could be anything and something I can't answer for someone else.
But it could even be basic shit like food, water, sunlight, or a nice breeze, as silly as that sounds.
Sorry if I sound preachy. Take it as you will and form your own conclusions.
Wishing the best for you dude.
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