-spent last 5 years on art, but I've been too depressed or lazy to put in a real effort
-hard to maintain eye contact
-Dress like a slob
-eat like a slob
-considers suicide every day
So close to doing it. Considering trade school for medical assisting/pursuing a job in the meantime to pay for said education/etc.
Just hard to find happiness or structure/routine.
Get a job. Right now. Any fucking job, even a shitty ass McDonalds one
>Dress/Eat like a slob
Stop that. It will help you by a mile.
Nobody cares but you
These need to be done, other stuff can wait.
My experience is almost nothing (a few months at a shop as a temp help.)
Ideally want to do a cleaning service job (cleaning houses/offices, etc) but like said, I'll shoot out my resume anywhere I may qualify. is a cover letter even worth it, though? I would say I can write well in essay context.
im not going to pretend like you'll take any advice on the other 'issues' you have, but as far as acne goes, i managed to manage mine.
>tretinoin in the morning
>salicylic acne wash in the shower
>erythromicin at night
>moisturizer as needed (especially after a shower)
tretinoin is a prescription cream you can rub on your face, it peels the skin fast, basically killing acne.
salicylic acne wash is pretty generic, geti t at rite aid or most any store that sells soap. it dries out the face hella hard, getting rid of any oils that cause acne.
moisturizer should be something without a scent. i use aveeno naturals with sunblock.
erythromicin is prescription anti biotics you rub directly on your face. do it at night. kilsl the bacteria that cuases acne.
pic related is me. acne comes and goes but they are more manageable and i can still get laid, etc.
i recently switched over to accutane and its great so far. after 5 months of use i may never get acne again. wish me luck