So I am a 20 year old guy who is in his first year at university, which I commute to just for the record.
Uni has been good, I have been getting decent grades and even landed a really good job at my uni, so I am not doing too bad.
I am happy with my life as I feel as if I have direction, but after all these years I feel like I am fed up of being stuck in a rut, and I feel as if I'll never experience some things in life.
Allow me to elaborate:
I've only ever had one GF which was last year, and that only lasted three weeks.
I have never been good with girls but every time I try, they literally lose interest in me almost instantly; it will start off well but always fade away, has happened so many times and I am fed up of it to be honest.
In my own right, I have never been called ugly or unattractive. Also, I am still a virgin but that's not something that bothers me.
I have tried dating apps but they never come to anything.
Like I said, uni has been good. However I worry about it a lot, especially when essays are due.
I have always had this cloud of doubt over me, which I blame on my secondary school as I had some terrible teachers. One openly told me I was never going to make it to university.
At times I find myself overthinking. For example; on my commute home on the train or when I am relaxing in my room. But there is seemingly nothing I can do to avert it.
In general, I have lived a bit of restricted life; never been abroad, had a proper relationship and it took me years to make proper friends.
I just want to be able to stop thinking about everything but do not know how?
Sorry if I seem really stupid or even arrogant, as I am not in a bad position at all.
Any advice by any means would be appreciated!
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Overthinking too much watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-02-2018 20:49
- 17-02-2018 20:54
have more belief in yourself
continue to prove the doubters wrong