I think most people here would agree. However, remember that every story has multiple versions and most often we focus on the negative ones. It’s choosing to be positive will allow u to baby step it out
By any normal standards, yeah, a massive one. I don't particularly care for the normal standards though, which plays at least some part in why I'm a fuck-up. Though there is a bit of a chicken and an egg question there.
To an extent. if looked at 'from outside' there are people my age doing much worse than me, and those doing much better. I had and still have some opportunities not to be one, but that may only be an illusion, I am way too discouraged and think of dying 24/7... what possibly can someone do in that state. But I do see a loop in here.
Everything has always went wrong for me, but that is down to luck and chance and also the fact that I am not meant for this world and I struggle to cope with life. I think overall, the problem is existence in general rather than myself as the fact that I was born in the first place is the cause of all of my problems.
I've been somewhat of a fuck-up my entire life; but the past four years, and especially the past year, I manage to fuck up everything I even go near. I have fucked up my (previously very fortunate) life to an unimaginable degree.
Yes. I dropped out of high school and I'm 23 years old and have only had 1 job when I was 18 for 2 or 3 months. I'm also a virgin porn addict and alcoholic. Fucked up the 1 romantic relationship I've ever had in a disgusting way when she just needed me to show some basic human empathy / compassion like she always showed me.
Yes, I had everything going smoothly until I got out of high school and started becoming lazy and selfish. At this point, everything that ends up happening to me will be deserved because I fucked up a life that anyone else could've used to launch themselves to a successful life.
Lots of us here never even had a chance to start, mentally speaking.
I used to think I did, not bottom-of-the-barrel financial status and all, ""being able"" to manage school, etc... but after a while I just lost it. I completely broke and lost my mind from all the shit and stress I went through and just "internalized" or tried turning a blind eye to.
And now I'm older. And I don't have the opportunity to change any of it anymore.