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  1. I'm just gonna go ahead and start off by saying that I really want to move out, like ASAP, but I just don't know if it will be the right move for me at this point. For the past few years, I've been increasingly getting more and more depressed. My parents haven't really helped me with this, because they had a pretty traditional upbringing and they aren't really big on talking about feelings and such. I'm more than aware that my parents love me, but unfortunately their actions (or lack thereof) have contributed A LOT to my depression and it's only getting worse. I have a boyfriend that is currently in the air force, and he is stationed overseas. We have been best friends ever since I was 16, I am 19 now. And we started dating this year. He's been one of the most supportive people in my life, and we were already planning to move in together once I finish school (getting my associate's degree.) However, my life has gotten really really bad as of recently. I left my job because of my anxiety, and my parents haven't really been supportive about it. They haven't even asked why, and I don't feel comfortable telling them why. My relationship with them has been like this for years. We've tried for a long time to communicate and build a better relationship, but I've just accepted that this is how they are and we both have to deal with it. I love them very much and I know they love me as well, but honestly I can't really handle how they show their love. I've been wanting to move out for quite some time now, but the desire is getting stronger and stronger every day. I want to have more freedom and feel more independent. And I want to live with my boyfriend. I'm really scared though, because I've never moved out before. I also will be moving across the country, since that is where my boyfriend will be stationed. I want to move before I even finish my degree, but I don't know if it will be possible to transfer my credits. I'll look for a job in the state where he is in as well. I just don't really know how everything will work, and my anxiety just wants to know all the details and be sure that everything is okay. Basically, I just want to know... At this moment how do I know if I am ready to move out? What should I do about my schooling situation? Tough it out for a year or try to transfer credits? How do I even adult? lol
  2. Thank you so much for the advice and tips, they really mean a lot to me and I think I can go back in on Monday with better confidence than before.
  3. Hello. I am 19 years old, and I've had A LOT of troubles finding a job. I finally landed a job in a call center, and I decided to start working there since I didn't have to provide any assistance, I would only have to contact people who had work done on their car and ask them a few short questions about their experience. I assumed that most people wouldn't be aggressive if it's just a short survey, but I was pretty wrong... lol. My first day was great. I got trained and the rest of my calls were mostly very friendly and easy to do. However, the second day (which was yesterday) there were A LOT of people that were rude and aggressive. Then again, maybe it was just the weekend? I'm glad that I do not have to work today, I already need some time to collect myself and relax. I'm kind of scared for Monday, because I don't know if I can handle working in this place for a long time. I guess I want some reassurance that things will be okay, and some tips on how to handle these aggressive customers and how to not take it personally. I am thankful because so far, my supervisors are kind and helpful, and so are my co-workers. I just feel a lot of anxiety after I am done working, because I seem to block out everything and focus on work (which is good), but once I got home yesterday I felt really terrible. I want to keep working here. It is easy, and it isn't as bad as other call centers. It gives me good experience with communicating with people. It pays pretty well and the people I work with are great. But I don't know if I can handle everything in the long run, and I am feeling very anxious about going back on Monday already
  4. Hi guys! My name is Vanessa. I am 19 years old and I'm a sophomore in college. I was diagnosed with psychotic depression/social anxiety when I was 16, however my psychotic symptoms do not appear as often. I hope I can meet some very supportive and friendly people.
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