If it's anything like me, it's because you've done nothing with your life after high-school. or made a huge mistake and still paying for it You're now realizing this is the age people start to set into their careers/plan for families and you're starting from step fucking 1.
lol sweetheart this is normal as fuck. This is one letter that made me smile because I'm absolutely sure on this because I'm 45 - genuinely older than fuck. And it's fine.
25 is the WORST AGE EVER. Everyone feels "old" and there's a reason why - adolescence lasts from age 12-24. 25 is your first year of adulthood. In my experience all 25 year olds feel bad about themselves.
you're unfulfilled anon... you're feeling like this because you don't have anything going on for you... get stuff going on and that feeling will go away, and you'll start to actually look forward to the future rather than dread it
One of my friends is 22 and already has two kids. She is living with her mom and has no one to watch her kids regularly so she can't work for more than ten hours a week. She only has enough free time to take one or two classes per semester.
She'll get there eventually, she just has to manage to not an hero before she does.
>>16726952 in fact I would argue I had more opportunities at 22 or 25 than 18. No one wants to hire a snot-nosed kid right out high school who is entitled to the world and thinks he knows everything.
OP, get out of your comfort zone. Do something you wouldn't normally do it and do it every other week. It is extremely challenging at first and very nerve-racking. Eventually you'll get to the point where you embrace a new challenge.
For example if I wanted to talk to women more, I don't expect myself to be a Don Juan day one. First off I'd just have to initiate some conversation, nothing sexual, then go from there. Eventually you're comfortable with women, and gain more confidence with them, etc.
It works this way for anything you do in life. Guitar, chess, learning a new trade, learning a new skill, your hobbies, etc.
Keep building, keep learning, keep reading. I think if you challenge yourself you'll look forward to life.
Bro I've seen the quarter life crisis so many times within the past few years. Always at 25. And I'm talking everyone. Men, women, attractive, fat, educated, lazy, I think it's just a common thing for the first few months of the quarter. At least for our generation. Good luck! And know that it's temporary
More common than you think. But then again I am 25 too and stuck living with my dad. He demands I have a plan ready to somehow get my life together and get out of his basement in the next two years, and he wants an answer in the next two days and I'm at a loss. Got a full-time gig making only $1200 a month and that isn't shit. I need to locate something better that could gain my independence and soon. Colorado is a shit state to live in when you're trying to get your life together.
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