Hi, please keep anon as people know me.
I am concerned that my life is not going anywhere. I feel I have no friends at Uni and finding it hard to meet people. I have done all the usual societies and stuff... maybe it is just me. I am also concerned that I have wasted the last three years of my life not trying hard at Uni and now I will be 24 when I graduate. I was at camp this year and would love to go back. Maybe because certain people were there but because I loved the enviroment.
I hate being overweight and I feel I can not change the way I look or am. Since being back I have text people but they have not text back. I hate my life of reading magazines and watching TV. I also drink alot and have low self belief.
I know it may sound silly but I do not have enough clothes for Uni as well, finiding it hard to find anything to wear.
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- Thread Starter
- 26-08-2008 04:09
- 26-08-2008 04:11
get in shape for a start by joining the gym and doing plenty of cardio work
- 26-08-2008 04:15
Well, as Alonso has said, the gym should make your fitness levels improve.
From that, your friendship range will improve and so will your confidence. You will make friends from the gym, and maybe join a local sports club?
- Thread Starter
- 26-08-2008 04:18
i am part of the uni sports team but it hard to socialise without drinking. No one is replying to my messages.
- 26-08-2008 16:26
I know exactly how you feel. It's been the same for me. I'm an overweight guy who watches too much TV and finds it hard to socialise. If I do, there's always someone to take the piss and as I wear my heart on my sleeve that leaves me very vulnerable.
In June, I met a girl who made me feel different and I've even lost 10kg of weight since then but she walked out on me by leaving, knowing how I felt (and still feel now) and later she wrote she thought nothing could come of this since she's in her final year of uni and won't have any time for boys as she will be stressed out which made me even feel worse about my own life;
but reading the line in which she wished me good luck for my further studies, I really got a bad conscience...
She had invigorated me in a way and made me hopeful about my life but since she left my determination is fading...
I really miss her and I'd like to call her but I know I'm not supposed to, considering her friend of one year called me her "lover/stalker".
I'm sorry for writing yet another unrequited-love story if it is off-topic...