Don't chase the past. Figure out what you like NOW, what interests you now, what you wanna do, today. Then get more involved in that stuff. Fuck them. Most people don't keep their high school friends anyway. Focus on where you want to be in 4 years instead
I know, it just feels hard to shake I guess. Sometimes I feel I don't even know what I like to do either. I'm just numb, I feel like I've missed out on major, formative life events. Like I was thrown ahead four years without learning or having any experiences along the way to make any of this make sense. Also sorry for unloading haha, I'm just trying to figure out... anything tbh
What kind of mousepad is that?
I use a desk mat and a mouse pad, they're nothing special but they work
Semi-related, but I read in a thread once about how we technically can't prove anything except our own brains exist, and how literally everything else could be a manifestation from our brain.
Idk it's just interesting to think that we could be nothing but a floating brain in the void... But I mean my life probably really exists right??
Sooo much poison....
The only reason I did it is because I'm so extremely picky on games, I like so few of them, so when I really like one like this I just play it to death.
exactly same scenario for me, and they're the most bizarre unrelated games sometimes. ex. my only platinums are for Witcher 3, Far Cry, and Destiny of all games. And I can't stick with any other games for more than a few hours.
I don't want to sign in to Google in order to fill this out. Can you do something else?
unfortunately, in order to keep people from submitting more than once I need people to sign into their google account. I can't see the account or access any information, it's jsut to prevent repeat submissions
I totally see your point, but that will probably change. One day you'll be sick of being alone and you'll want to connect with someone. But as long as it feels like a chore to try and maintain friends, keep progressing personally.