Therapy is too expensive, and it seems like I've done all I can do.
I try to improve myself little by little, but I don't feel anything when I make progress. I've grown a lot as a person over the past year and a half. I do well in school, I'm moving up in my work place, I'm saving money, but I don't feel happier or accomplished about it. Just nothing.
I barely have any friends and I've isolated myself for so long that I've become distant from people. I barely talk and can come off as dry. I've lost the ability to correctly express myself.
I have this recipe that I like to make, but the problem is that after and hour or two I get hungry again.
1.5-2 cups of rice
Various vegetables that I steam with the rice
Cooked chicken breasts
And some butter and cheese
Basically I cook all of it separately then combine it all to make a good size bowl. It's a lot of food that fills me up for a short time, but it never lasts? Any tips??
I like to sit upfront in lectures. I also move a lot when I'm in a seat, so I'm a little paranoid that I might be distracting the people behind me.
I'm a junior that lives off campus (but close enough to bike). Recently, I've been feeling trapped since I'm confined to only go as far as my bike can go. I can barely go anywhere without having to plan a small trip.
I've been offered a promotion at my job that'll help me save money, but I'd have to work 40 hours a week. I'm also going to school full-time and really don't want to balance school and work.
What are my options? Should I go part-time at school and be in school longer? Just have to wait until I graduate to save up for a car?