>20 yo KHHV male
>5k population town not near any metro areas or bigger towns
>studying electric engineering at local public college and hating it (really bad at it, flunked)
>parents too controlling
I don't have hobbies, friends, I'm not intelligent or hard working, I'm not well read or knowledgeable, I'm really skinny and lack energy to do anything.
Help me, I'll do anything in my power to get out of this. I posted this on /adv/ but got the formating wrongs so the thread will die with no responses.
As a 24 year old trying to get his life back on track my best advice for you is to start trying to figure out what actually excites you and you enjoy doing.
Furthermore, people tend to say 'don't work in what you love' but that's bullshit. Just attempt to find what you love and try to get a job at it.
I got a long road ahead of me but at least I have some direction in what I want to do in life.
i'm not exactly sure what advice you're looking for if you say you don't want to do anything.
if you want to get out of it, it's going to be a lot of effort and energy, it doesn't sound like you have the option to have shit handed to you.
any other courses that actually interest you in college?
You need to build your self esteem through setting yourself achievable goals that emphasis personal development.
They can start small and really basic like
>I will learn to cook a new meal and share ti with my family
>I will build a small piece of furniture.
Set yourself a task, achieve it and not only will you feel good you would've actively improved yourself in just a small way doing it.
I set myself the goal of reading a novel, in full this month. I'm almost finished. Like I could almost start a second novel.
This. OPs life looks pretty fucking on track to me
>Still young, whole of his twenties ahead of him.
>lives in cosy town
>Studying a highly employable degree
>has loving, helpful parents.
And then he doesn't have any hobbies, friends or bullshit generally taking up his time. He has an open slate in front o him. Getting life on track? His life is at the fucking train stations nd he can go anywhere.
I feel like I would enjoy manual jobs that you can dedication yourself to like cooking, something you can feel passionate for. Maybe even be a car mechanic.
Our school system doesn't allow me to go back and study a trade.
I am really bad at maths and physics. It's hard for me to grasp even the basic concepts of maths on a college/university level. My acquaintance at college all have autism and play video games and smoke weed. I don't enjoy the environment and I don't know what an electrical engineer does so it confuses me.
I tried talking about transferring with my parents but the college is really cheap at 150 euros a year and they won't let me live away from home.
I already said my father is controlling. If he ever saw me in the kitchen he would throw a fit and call me a pussy.
He doesn't let me do anything but study electrical engineering to "be successful like he is". He once caught me reading The glass beads game and he ripped the book apart.
>I already said my father is controlling. If he ever saw me in the kitchen he would throw a fit and call me a pussy.
>He doesn't let me do anything but study electrical engineering to "be successful like he is". He once caught me reading The glass beads game and he ripped the book apart.
Those were just example goals. Maybe your goal should be
>beat the shit out of Dad