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I'm 19 yet feel like my life is so unexciting and just passing me by :( please help watch

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    (Original post by BOB2014)
    What would u advice me? :'( i feel like crying
    Definitely go to local events or volunteer. I do a lot of volunteering for fun and I got to know a lot of amazing people
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    From reading your post, you seem quite similar to me except I'm 3 years younger than you. Maybe you should try doing some work or volunteering if you don't already? I pretty much wasted my last summer doing nothing so I'm trying to get out more this time.
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    Dont worry about commuting to uni .. my mum still see friends from uni and shes 50 .. they all have there own jobs but are still friends and make the effort travel to meet up you just have to start doing it sooner !! its only 3 years and will be worth it and uni is an experience people remember for the rest of there lives !! If you have been working on your gap year and can afford it prehaps you could do 'camp america' google it .. my cousin went on her own knowing noone and came back with tons of friends and had a fantastic experience
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    Consider moving out in first year. Really you'll be so much more grateful for it. You'll meet far more people and you'll be able to getter integrate with the ones you meet on your course. I say only first year as you can make a good friend base then move back home to reduce cost. It's not too late to sort accommodation out.
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    (Original post by BOB2014)
    I'm a girl (ignore the silly username) who doesn't have many friends and currently on a gap year. All I do is stay indoors and i'm an introvert so I don't like socialising much. Once people get to know me, i'm quite bubbly and have a really fun, outgoing personality. I just feel like my life hasn't really been exciting for the past 19 years and I haven't made much worthwhile memories. People say "you've got your whole life ahead of you" which is a little comforting but at the same time, nobody knows when they will die. I'm going university soon (this autumn) but commuting as my uni is less than an hour away. Will my life become more exciting from then on?
    I know there will be a few boring people who will disagree with this, but maybe socialise with guys? (If you're attracted to the opposite sex that is) and have fun. Socialising can lead to all sorts of things and university will definitely open up doors for you to do so, don't worry.
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    You really should of moved to uni, moving into uni is probably one of the most important parts of the experience, and to meet more people
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    (Original post by Joshale)
    You really should of moved to uni, moving into uni is probably one of the most important parts of the experience, and to meet more people
    I disagree with this. I had a better time renting a big apartment outside of university and having flatmates who did the same course as me in the uni.

    Turned out cheaper and we had no problems with stealing food
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    (Original post by JulietheCat)
    I disagree with this. I had a better time renting a big apartment outside of university and having flatmates who did the same course as me in the uni.

    Turned out cheaper and we had no problems with stealing food
    Won't the OP be stuck at home though because they said they can't move out as far as I can remember?

    Agree with all the other people that you should move into halls but If you can't OP then I wish you luck as you're missing an opportunity to start a new life and change it around for the better.

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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    Won't the OP be stuck at home though because they said they can't move out as far as I can remember?

    Agree with all the other people that you should move into halls but If you can't OP then I wish you luck as you're missing an opportunity to start a new life and change it around for the better.

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    Well, yeah, but I'm just saying that halls aren't the be-all and end-all. Many of my coursemates are not in halls - they either commute about an hour each way or share a close-by apartment with their coursemates. They all have good social lives regardless.

    Only thing the OP may be missing out on would be "house parties" but I'm anyway allowed as long as I wear pink.
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    (Original post by That_Hijabi)
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    Lmao
    what's so funny.....?

    I was guessing she was short or overweight....that's why she's depressed....
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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
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    why the long face kiddo:?
 
 
 
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