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what do I do now? I'm out.
 
December 22nd, 2013  
anaisbored
 
what do I do now? I'm out.
I have no interset in the military, I was forced into it because of financial situations. I have no interests anymore. I'm so worn out. I don't feel anything normal. I don't feel anything but sadness.
December 22nd, 2013  
MontyB
 
 
I am sorry but none of this makes much sense to me, you are upset at not being able to continue what you were doing but then you didn't want to do it any way.

It sounds to me like you should get treated for depression and then be very happy you are no longer trapped in a career that you did not want, then go and find something you want to do.
I understand that change can be overwhelming but what you are feeling passes and it will pass a lot quicker if you put the effort into moving forward but it seems to me that you are looking at everything from the perspective of finding road blocks and barriers and not solutions, we have all been through it at one stage of our lives or another and for countless different reasons but for the most part come out of it stronger for the experience.
January 17th, 2014  
anaisbored
 
ok so I kind of wanted to do it...but not really. i don't remember anymore. it was all so long ago.
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what do I do now? I'm out.
January 17th, 2014  
udaka
 
why you disability? IN the training or in war?

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Originally Posted by anaisbored
I'm out of the youth group/israeli military school I was in and on disability. Having been prepared my whole life for the military...what do I do now that I'm on disability and have no friends, no income, and no personality? On top of that..I'm not in Israel...I'm in Canada, so all my buddies from the school are god knows where.
February 11th, 2014  
brinktk
 
 
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Originally Posted by anaisbored
ok so I kind of wanted to do it...but not really. i don't remember anymore. it was all so long ago.

You're acting as if you just came back from the front in 1945...stop being so dramatic.

People find themselves at square one all the time. I know I've had to start over and I'm sure many on here have found themselves in situations where they have had to start over themselves. Any of us could have wallowed in our own self pity and done nothing to take control of our own circumstances. That's called remaining a victim.

Your mettle isn't tested in the good times in life. It is tested in times where you are submitted to the whims of what life will throw at you. How you respond to these things is what defines your character and you as a person. People of character pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start over again. So, I ask you, what are you going to do to take control of your life and your future?
February 11th, 2014  
brinktk
 
 
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Originally Posted by anaisbored
I don't feel sorry for myself...I'm just sad thinking about my life. It's a sad story. Nothing good came out of it. I can't help but cry.

That's feeling sorry for yourself. You're young and don't have anything to compare your experience to. 10-15 years from now you won't think it was so bad.
February 26th, 2014  
Hutchie
 
You need to see a doctor and get treated for depression. It's a very common ailment and pretty easily treated. Try to get a job, anything,even cleaning motel rooms, or working at a hospital, heck, even volunteer at a nursing home, library, school etc. You gotta get on your feet and off your ass. Canada is a beautiful country, it's not like your trapped in a North Korean prison. Set some goals, like#1 get a job #2 earn some money to be independent, you get the picture? Good Luck, you can do it, put 1 foot in front of the other.
April 6th, 2014  
anaisbored
 
well actually i studied library technology since then. i was about to be a military teacher of some sort, but it didn't work out i became severly ill through all the training I don't know why i cry...it's really weird. i think it's from being so tired...my body is completely exhausted. like permanent exhaustion no matter what i do and how much time passes. i'm not sad actually. i think i sound more dramatic than i am.