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Have you ever looked at other people in your age group and thought to yourself, 'what's wrong with me?'
Oh how I wish to be a kid again.


any reason why you feel this way?


I'm sort of in that same boat. being depressed and who knows what else probably is the foundatn. I never really had much of a social life growin up. I'm 23 with hardly any memories from highschool


Literally same here. 23, mdd, no friends.
But more often I think 'what's wrong with them' when seeing some bs going on. Besides, doubting oneself while in depression or having some related disorder is a highway to hell. Been here, done that, don't recommend.


Have you ever seen other people have their dreams crushed because of their poor decision making?
Have you ever seen these people forcing other people to live with the results of their decisions as if other people made the same poor decisions?

Stop telling me to find some girl to settle down with.
Stop telling me to have children.
Stop telling me anime is for kids.
Stop telling me which job to take and why to take it.

I'll live my life the way I want. Fuckers.

P.S. I'll take the fucking trash out whenever I want. I don't create that much fucking trash. Go fuck yourself. I pay for this fucking apartment. You wanna take the trash out more often? Take it out shithead.


I see all the people from my school, class of 2016, all grown up now. Jobs, family, friends, a life past childhood and careless teenage days. Yet, when I look at myself all I see is some lost child, waiting for something to change.


That sort of thing bothers me but at the same time, others are at least trying to progress, even if in flawed ways, while I just stagnate.

Wait 'til you see people from younger generations "growing up" in that way. I'm strangely apathetic about it.


It always kills me a little inside when I talk to people at my uni or work and everyone seems to have the double of life experience compared to me, even worse when they are younger than me. Makes me feel completly inadequate.



You guys know that they have their own problems, right?

When you work a job, you have to constantly plan for the day you get laid off. You have to give up your days to work the job. A lot of your free time is spent keeping up with the next thing you have to learn on the job.

When you have a family, you have to be there for them all the time, compromising other parts of your life. You have to pay a lot of money to raise your children or buy things you wouldn't normally buy alone.

When you have friends, you have to keep in touch, help them out, and do things that you otherwise wouldn't have fun doing yourself.

All of these things have good and bad aspects to them. It really comes down to how much you want to sacrifice for the things you want in your life. There's not really any reason to envy these people who are living differently than you. Anyone who shits on you for not having something that they have is just a piece of shit.


Hence why I don't really care. I'm better off not having any of that but it's still a strange feeling to watch everyone moving forward and taking on the extra responsibility.


>Stop telling me to find some girl to settle down with.
>Stop telling me to have children.
>Stop telling me anime is for kids.
>Stop telling me which job to take and why to take it.

I can relate to this so well, both as a person receiving this and a person who used to do that to others. I've recently decided to take a more live and let live mentality, but I'm taking it a step further and actually respecting people's choices, even if they aren't the kind I'd make. I still have a long way to go, like all people who try to change a behavior it doesn't come to you in one night.


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Wow, same. Yesterday was my 23rd birthday and no one said "Happy Birthday" to me (except my parents texting and like 6 people on facebook).

Normally this doesn't bother me but it just really hurt this time.

I know that I should start saying Happy Birthday to others if I wanted them to return the favor (or just start talking to people in general), but man, this soul-crushing depression and social anxiety is getting to be too much.


>waiting for something to change
I've been in the same boat for the past few years, but something dawned on me recently. I keep waiting for something to change because I'm afraid of messing up if I take initiative to change anything. Meanwhile, everyone around me is changing things, messing up constantly, and learning from the experience.

I just learned that a friend with no programming experience went to an IT networking event today, just to see if someone can hook him up with a traineeship where he can learn to program. I've been putting off those kinds of things because I figured I wouldn't be good enough. The worst that can happen to him is that someone tells him what he needs to learn to become good enough.

>just start talking to people in general
If I could go back in time 10 years, this is what I would tell myself.



I have gone through this before, but it was usually about not having a gathering for Christmas. Eventually, I just accepted this as part of my world. I started to let go of these types of holidays, and I live without them now. If only it wasn't for the constant advertisements, I would be able to live peacefully.

However, I didn't just relinquish good times. I learned that these types of traditions are really excuses to feel good together with people you know and sometimes meet people you don't know. As you get older, most of the onus to create the environment is on you, and it becomes another thing you do to build friendships or other relationships. In other words, like most things, you don't have parents or school to do these things for you anymore. You have to do them yourself. Sometimes it isn't worth it. Sometimes you realize why your dad might have been mad when you and your siblings decide to skip a meal or open presents at the wrong time.



Not at all. Actually, I have asked "What's wrong with 'em?''


I was literally just about to post the same thing. Damn mind reading sushi rolls they're everywhere!


I think what's wrong with you is that you want to be a child, as you said so yourself.

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