hello, so I'm an A-Level student and my whole life I haven't given a sh*t about anything. literally, the way my brain functions is that of something bad happens I think to my self that there is always a way out. I know that may seem like a good think but when it comes to relationships, school life and employment it really has taken in a toll on my life. For example, in school I don't revise for anything because I think to myself that no matter what happens, I will always leave sixth form whether I get A* or Us. I think part of the reason I have this attitude is because I have no goals in life and think life is pointless. I've also been severely depressed these past few months for no reason.
Has anyone experienced and is there a way to overcome it??????
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- Thread Starter
- 08-11-2017 09:19
- 08-11-2017 09:30
Well you already know your problems.. you don't have any goals in life therefore you are living a pointless life since you have no reason to do good in 6 form or revise or do anything... Firstly meditate or take a bit of time off and think to yourself what do you want in life? Go out with your friends, try a sport like boxing or football and read up on careers that you're interested in. I mean do you like computers, software why not look into a career into IT or software development. Try to be active in your life, remember every second that goes by you can never get back. When you find something you like to do or want as a career when you're older, naturally look into the requirements and then start working towards them. Start making goals and fulfilling them, this should cure you're depression because I think that is caused by you doing nothing but staying in your head all the time and feeling pointless. You will also feel better as a person with a goal in life. Hope this helps because I was in the same situation as you a few years ago and now I have a lot of goals and things that Im working towards, couldn't be happier.