Re: New Year's Eve
Your the Jenn from the old board right?
It seems you have been "sad" a long time, most of your life.
Thats a terrible way to treat yourself. You should respect yourself more.
You should not keep doing things that make your self sad or sadder. You have to take charge of your life, take responsibilty.
I forget if you have tried meds. If so, you are not on the right one or the right dose.
Sometimes people get into the habit of not being happy or being "sad", it gets to be an addiction or habit. In order to break out you are going to have to make some hard choices and decisions. No one ever said life is easy or fair. Life is tough and sometimes unfair but it is up to each of us to try to make it the best we can. If that best is not what we want we have to try harder.
Staying at home and being sad is only going to get worse and effect everything you do including being a teacher.
You don't want to earn your dues? Well, sorry to say, most people don't but thats just the way it is.
Start your new year out with a resolution that you will try to have a better life,that you will get out there and work toward haveing a life you want.