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#163418 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
Hi Fj I am really into this I met. But, I need your opinion on how to confess to her. Any tips FJ?
User avatar #163432 to #163418 - superafromanxd (11/18/2014) [-]
walk up to her and ask her out to some place, that simple. if she likes you enough she'll say yes. If she says no move on
#163430 to #163418 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
The best way to win a girls heart is to aproach her when she is at her busiest and surrounded by as many girls as possible. Instead of getting to know her beforehand and finding interest, whether or not she is single, or whether or not you are her type you should put all your cards on the table in a singular 80's romantic comedy fashion. Bring flowers, a blue tuxedo, poetry, and a BOOMBOX not a cd player, to play your favorite love hit jams.
User avatar #163424 to #163418 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Send her a letter.

"With our future lives in mind, I have filled this letter with all the magic I could muster, Love you forever"
User avatar #163413 - hwangw (11/18/2014) [-]
I don't really know how to do this so I'm just going to start typing. I've been in love with my best friend (Kelly) for a few years now but we live on opposites sides of the country. We've talked about it and everything, she doesn't want to hurt my feelings, but it's one-sided. I'm not angry with her or anything, I'd really just like to find a way to get over it that's not never seeing her again because she was my best friend before this and I'd like her to continue being my best friend after.

She's been telling me forever that she wants to move in with me in a couple of years. She always says she wants to "be with me" and although she doesn't mean it romantically the wording throws me off. Same thing when she tells me she loves me or texts me random hearts. We had this "plan" made before I told her how I felt that if we were both single when we got old read middle-aged we'd get married that she still talks about. It just gives me a weird false hope for things that I know aren't going to happen but I feel like it makes me take a step backwards.

I thought I was over it but whenever I have a chance with another girl I ruin it for myself. I wait too long, or I make up excuses, or I start to compare them to Kelly. I usually tell myself it's weird for a 19yo guy (me) to date a 17yo girl Most girls I'm interested in tend to be 17. I don't know how/why it happens. . Is that really that weird of an age gap? I know 2 years isn't a big deal it just feels like those specific 2 years are.

Sorry ahead of time guys, I'm not great at writing about these kinds of things. Thanks.
#163434 to #163413 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
You need to just come out and tell her that you want to be with her romantically. I know this seems like shitty advice, but let me explain why I say this.

My best friend since childhood is a girl i'm a guy, were both ~28 years old now and over time I started to develop feelings for her and eventually I fell in love with her. I never told her how I really felt and now its too late, she is married now and the relationship is pretty solid. I still hang out with her, I went to her wedding, and i'll probably continue to see her for many more years... but only as a friend. Every time I see her or talk to her I feel a pain in my chest thats more unbearable than anything i've ever experienced before.

I never told her how I feel and now our relationship (as friends) is so developed, and because she is married, I feel as though I will lose her forever if I were to tell her how I feel at this point.
#163435 to #163434 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]


Pretty much tell her how you feel, get it over with now. If she rejects you then move on, don't be like me and waste a portion of your life wishing you could be with someone that you know you will never be with.

Also, age gaps matter less and less the older you get (kinda). A 19yo and 17yo isn't weird.

English is not my native language, sorry for any mistakes.
User avatar #163415 to #163413 - assdoreponyfucker (11/18/2014) [-]
nothing wrong with a 2 year age gap. that's all i can offer in this discussion
User avatar #163421 to #163415 - hwangw (11/18/2014) [-]
Thanks bro.
#163412 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
help with math homework, posting as anon because of the shame:
find all the zeros of the function and write the polynomial as a product of linear factors.
f(x) = x^4 + 3x^3 - 2x^2 - 12x - 8
if you show me how to do this one i can do the rest please
User avatar #163427 to #163412 - ferrettamer (11/18/2014) [-]
Do factor theorem and then divide polynomials.
Find when f(x)=0. In this case it can be + or - 0, 1, 2, 4, 8, because these are the numbers that divide 8 evenly. Mathway says -1 is one of them, so divide f(x) by (x+1) (plus one because the theorem states that if f(c)=0, then when divided by (x-c) you get a remainder of 0)
repeat until you only have polynomials of degree 1
#163410 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm thinking of joining the military.
Any tips?
#163476 to #163410 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
Join the air force, work your up to being able to fly nuclear bombers. that'd be rad as shit.
User avatar #163465 to #163410 - advicedude (11/18/2014) [-]
Yeah I considered it but I knew for sure my gf would leave me so nah
User avatar #163417 to #163410 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Don't get a girlfriend.
Expect to die.
Send all money to parents in case you die.
Expect to be traumatized.
Expect to be treated like shit at training.

And don't join the navy.
#163429 to #163417 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
Like anyone who goes on FJ could get a GF
I will eventually this would just make it come sooner
Thats where it would go anyway
Already am
#163411 to #163410 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
kill before you get killed
#163408 - logickid (11/18/2014) [-]
Well gosh golly gee would you look at me? A same old, same old guy who's having the troubles with the girlie's...

So, I've got some things down... Make them smile, be nice, (relate to them), y'know... Watch movies with them and give them gifts, be good in the haystack...

I also have aspergers so...

How do I talk to them as a regular person / friend?
User avatar #163466 to #163408 - advicedude (11/18/2014) [-]
The best girlfriend, is a best friend.
User avatar #163439 to #163408 - iridium (11/18/2014) [-]
You treat them like they're, you know, people? Sheesh, being friends with a girl is not that hard to do and I guarantee I have worse Aspergers than you do.
#163479 to #163439 - logickid (11/18/2014) [-]
Well I never said how bad my Aspergers was but it's only minor, but other people see it as not so minor, I always on a personal level wanted to be treated the same and on an (actual) educational level to be treated a little bit different since everybody learns in different ways.
#163401 - deckbox ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Fixed things with girlfriend, but the main issue still persists - Talking on skype It is just me looking at her while I am on Mute, whilst she talks to other friends and plays games or whatever, with only the occasional bone thrown to me, no actual conversation just both of us looking at eachother in the corner of our eyes whilst doing our own thing.

Seriously how is this a relationship? I am set to go out again to go see her, and is it just going to be this with the occasional fumbling and bonking or whatever? Have our sexytime then i just sit on the sofa for the next 12 hours. And because of her long sleeps she is asleep for 12 hours a day.
User avatar #163399 - thisistheguy (11/18/2014) [-]
I need to watch the movie Paradise Now for a class, anyone know where to look to stream it for free?
User avatar #163404 to #163399 - bidgick (11/18/2014) [-]
www.thedarewall.com/tv/watch/paradise-now-2005

click movie links (purple), then you should be able to figure out the rest
#163387 - ilikelizards (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm 16 and wanna get a job. Anyone know of any good ones? Ive been interested in a banquet server kinda job because i heard they make bank and I have a good reputation with the owners of a close one i might work at.
User avatar #163398 to #163387 - thisistheguy (11/18/2014) [-]
Restaurant business pays well
User avatar #163393 to #163387 - nigalthornberry ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Walmart
Bestbuy
Kmart
User avatar #163389 to #163387 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Well sounds to me like you want to work as a banquet server so you should go ask them.
#163383 - hosa (11/18/2014) [-]
hey guys, cant search nsfw content help?
User avatar #163409 to #163383 - logickid (11/18/2014) [-]
You need to login to view this link or some shit, seriously, just lie to them and you'll get what you want.
#163375 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm an obese, highschool dropout with no friends, and unemployed. Lately I've been applying to jobs around me and beginning to get desperate. (aka I don't want to work in food related jobs but might end up applying soon) Any advice?
#163414 to #163375 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
start doing push ups, situps, jogging, etc. You literally need 0 money to lose weight gym only necessary to get muscles. Get inspired from the internet or some shit you do not need a gym at all. Seriously, dropping out is not going to help you go anywhere but be a bum. Either do some online classes or go back to school or something. According to what you've said so far, you seem pretty dumb so just go ahead work at McDonald's they hire people like you. Shit man get your life together.
#163385 to #163382 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
How do I "work out"
User avatar #163390 to #163385 - awesomerninjathing (11/18/2014) [-]
really? go to a gym
#163391 to #163390 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
We now go back to my original statement, no job.
User avatar #163394 to #163391 - nigalthornberry ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Push ups and sit ups
#163400 to #163394 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
What are those?
User avatar #163402 to #163400 - nigalthornberry ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Go to the Fitness board
User avatar #163384 to #163382 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Yeah do this.

Also go ask around family/friends if they're hiring or something.
#163386 to #163384 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
I have no friends though.
User avatar #163388 to #163386 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Well then you've completely wasted your life till now, good job.

Go start a franchise or sell shit on the internet.
#163392 to #163388 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
That requires knowledge of stuff.
User avatar #163416 to #163392 - sugoi (11/18/2014) [-]
Well then without knowledge you're completely useless.
I recommend moving into your parents basement and just spend all day fapping to MLP:FiM and hanging around dubious websites like FJ or 8chan or whatever the kids are into these days.

You're already half-way there to my knowledge!
#163443 to #163416 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
I don't want to be you
User avatar #163366 - adviceweed (11/17/2014) [-]
I'm tired of tfw this, tfw that, tfw no gf.

I guess the gf is the most stereotypical of them. My problem isn't that I'm afraid to talk to girls or w/e, its just that I'm not really ever around them alot. I go to school, which is mainly CS classes, which are like 99% male, and then I go home. I tried school clubs relevant to my interest, no dice there of any girls (nerd shit for the most part if you didn't guess). Not 21(~5 months out) so I don't go drinking, and my friend life is modest atm. There's 1 ok girl at work, and we just started, so I'll swing at that I guess.

I wouldn't even mind trying to meet girls online, but I haven't the slightest clue on how to start that. (I'd like to avoid paid dating sites, not that desperate yet) I tinder as a joke, but, that's really all I do lately for girl searching. Between school, work, and needing me time, its prob not a fantastic idea, but I feel like its what I need right now.
User avatar #163440 to #163366 - iridium (11/18/2014) [-]
Don't go online to meet girls in most cases. Young people are the most socially and sexually active people out there, so unless you're over 30 the only people you're going to find online are people who have a serious red flag Extremely unattractive, mental issues, inability to hold a job, really fat, etc Unless they're not straight in the first place, you're more likely to find the more "normal" ones there who choose online because of the social taboo...but then if you're straight it pretty much doesn't work. .
User avatar #163470 to #163440 - adviceweed (11/18/2014) [-]
Yea, I thought the same kinda thing. I'm only 20, so I got time. I'm just impatient.
User avatar #163367 to #163366 - adviceweed (11/17/2014) [-]
*I do like to drink and smoke tho. I like parties once in a while, but I like going with a posse of people I know, otherwise I'm more or less that meme pic of the feel guy standing in the corner. I'm sociable enough, I just don't have opportunities to be social is my problem I guess.
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User avatar #163361 - agreatusername (11/17/2014) [-]
Ok, so...
My girlfriend is pregnant.....
#163631 to #163361 - fefe (11/20/2014) [-]
simply meet her by a staircase and when you feel the time is right push her
User avatar #163363 to #163361 - ScottP (11/17/2014) [-]
Start saving up money for the kid's college. Maybe then he'll be able to go through college and make something out of himself
User avatar #163364 to #163363 - agreatusername (11/17/2014) [-]
We decided she doesnt want to keep it, and neither do I.
Shes already got 2 kids and she doesnt want more for a long time.
And i dont want kids for a long time.
Im freaking out, not because she may be pregnant, i knew the consequences of not using a condom, but because shes allergic to latex, and the latex free rub her wrong and hurt she always rips them off me.
But because im worried this might split us apart, this wouldnt be her first abortion and she feels terrible about it.
Shes so ashamed with herself.
Im trying to assure her that I wont let this come between us, but I dont know what shes going to do.
I dont want to lose her.
User avatar #163396 to #163364 - nigalthornberry ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Wait is her name megan?
User avatar #163376 to #163364 - ScottP (11/18/2014) [-]
How is she paying for her other two kids?
User avatar #163377 to #163376 - agreatusername (11/18/2014) [-]
Full time job and a very helpful family to take care of the children when shes working.
User avatar #163378 to #163377 - ScottP (11/18/2014) [-]
Wait so what issue are you thinking will split you apart? Both of you want t the abortion, right?
User avatar #163379 to #163378 - agreatusername (11/18/2014) [-]
Yeah, as horrible as it sounds.
Shes just so ashamed to be getting another one.
we talked tonight and shes been avoiding me for about 2 weeks because she thinks she is.
She hasnt taken a test yet, she has one but i told her I want to be there when she takes it.
User avatar #163381 to #163379 - ScottP (11/18/2014) [-]
Well make sure she takes at least two tests to make sure
User avatar #163395 to #163381 - agreatusername (11/18/2014) [-]
I know, Im a medic in the army, and while I dont know much about pregnancy indicators in the early stages, i know enough to warrant suspicion.
Im pretty sure she is too.
im just worried about whats going to happen regardless of the outcome.
If shes pregnant she will probably leave me.
If she isnt she will probably leave me to prevent another scare.
Thats what I dont want to happen.
I still want to be with her.
User avatar #163405 to #163395 - ScottP (11/18/2014) [-]
Then it's important that the two of you take time to talk, lay everything out on the table. Be as brutally honest as you can be with each other.
User avatar #163406 to #163405 - agreatusername (11/18/2014) [-]
We already have, thats where all this information came from.
Weve gone over this before as a just in case.
She just told me she got her period just a few minutes ago.
So fucking relieved, but im gonna make her take the test just in case.
User avatar #163407 to #163406 - ScottP (11/18/2014) [-]
Well that's certainly a good sign. I hope you two are happy. God knows there's not enough of that going around
#163362 to #163361 - fefe (11/17/2014) [-]
on purpose?
on purpose?
#163359 - fefe (11/17/2014) [-]
I've been having some trouble lately with a girl i really like, maybe even love. I don't know if she feels the same, but it's starting to get really complicated. We've been hanging out the last 2 months, and i've started getting feelings for her, obviously. She's kinda like a friend with benefits, and i really want it to stay that way, but my feelings just boil over. Recently she has started to be more loving, than just meet and fuck. Here comes the complicated part. She lives with her EX-boyfriend. Last week me and her spend 4 days straight together, and her ex got really sad about it, and mad at her. He's going through a difficult time right now, with some problems in the family(very serious illness), so she wants me and her to stop seeing each other so much. Obviously i got angry and sad about that, however i don't know what to do next. Should i let her go, or let time pass by and see what happens?
#163371 to #163359 - fefe (11/18/2014) [-]
Well that New Girl episode I watched the other day says that you should bail like hay.
#163360 to #163359 - fefe (11/17/2014) [-]
I should add that she spoke about moving away from him last time we saw each other, because she's started to get annoyed by him. I am not sure if she if serious about it anymore, however.
User avatar #163370 to #163360 - adviceweed (11/17/2014) [-]
encourage her to drop him. He sounds like a log, and just holding her back from having her own life.

That or he's not as ex as she says.
User avatar #163342 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
I'm just trying to air out some thoughts that are nagging at me. Last night I finally got a boyfriend he asked if I wanted to be with him and I said yes, FBO and all that jazz I'm really ecstatic about it cuz I really do like him and want to see where this goes.

BUT my best guy friend (calling him Anon) and I had a thing for the past year that HE ended over the summer that I finally just got over. Enough to actually try dating again. He's been going on dates with other people too. Anon and I still tell each other everything and are really close. When I told Anon that my boyfriend and I are finally together though, he got really upset to the point where he got trashed and called me confessing how he feels. saying I'm perfect for him, he's sorry for fucking up and never claiming me as his, wishing he was a better friend, wishing he wasn't so scared of his past to not date me, etc. It caused me to bawl because he rarely talks about how he feels (even when he's drunk off his ass).

I just don't know what to do about Anon cuz I love him to pieces and he's the greatest person in the world, but him and I dating really cannot be a thing right now. I'm in college with 2 1/2 years left and Anon has graduated and is trying to get his career rolling. There's too much of a "life gap" for us to try anything without destroying our friendship.

And I really like my boyfriend. I don't have any doubts about him but Anon getting upset about this is really confusing me because it's unfair.

TL;DR my best guy friend is beyond upset that I just acquired a boyfriend and poured his heart out to me when I told him about my boyfriend. It hurts because I feel guilty when I shouldn't.
#163350 to #163342 - fefe (11/17/2014) [-]
Unless Anon is moving I don't see the problem with dating him. Life paths sound like an excuse. I mean really, 2.5 years difference? You are an adult, not in 8th grade.
User avatar #163351 to #163350 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
Anon lives 2 1/2 hours away and is trying to move to California soon. Life paths isn't an excuse, it means we both are focusing on completely different things in our lives that actually clash with each other. Like he can easily up and go somewhere but I'm still tied to school and seeing my family. I'm financially dependent on my parents still while he's independent.

Read a little better. I have 2 1/2 years LEFT of college, not 2 1/2 years of age difference. I don't care about how old he is, that's completely unrelated.
User avatar #163355 to #163351 - mllerayael (11/17/2014) [-]
if it was love you would make it work. You clearly are not a risk taker but don't go making yourself miserable over the complications that can get in the way and think about what its worth to you to see him. if you can honestly say that you would travel to the other side of the world just to see him for a day then you love him and you will be able to see a future where one day your lives will be able to work together instead of focusing all of your energy on how difficult it is right now.
#163353 to #163351 - fefe (11/17/2014) [-]
if he is moving soon, then the problem solved itself.
User avatar #163341 - charizarddad ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
trying to write a resume, all the help i find online is for people with way more experience than myself in more professional career paths, or ones for no experience. i applied about 3 months ago using a no experience resume to the place i now currently work at(retail). I want to apply to another store and am having trouble make the resume, it feels so blank with just my information and previous work experience(which still isnt much.) I have had a short time with athletics(3 or 4 years on a swim team and 1 year with gymnastics, both of which i hated doing)

I was recommended to this other place by two of my co-workers, both of which work there and we are sort of like family so id love to get a position there, im still in high school and applying for a part time position
User avatar #163343 to #163341 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
So what do you need help with exactly...?
User avatar #163344 to #163343 - charizarddad ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
What should I write? Should I put down my interests, which is pretty much only video games, or is that a bad idea? Should I put down my athletic experience? Should I try and fill the resume with what I can or stick to the basics? And how personal can I be? Or should it all just be professional?
User avatar #163346 to #163344 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
Ok I gotchoo brah. I had to write a resume for college jobs and I like to think it looks pretty solid. I have it ordered from top to bottom:

-My name and contact info.
-Education (list where you go to high school, your current GPA, what degree you're aiming for my school had advanced and normal , what you're involved with, academic achievements)
-Leadership/volunteer experience (list anything that you have held positions in and describe what you have done)
-Professional experience (list any jobs you might have had and describe what you had to do)

DO NOT make it personal. A resume is a profile of what you have done in a professional setting. They will likely ask about outside interests during an interview, that's when you can get personal. Interests are too personal for a resume.

DO put down your athletic experience. Talk about what you did in it. Spruce up what you did without lying about what you did. Like what were you expected to do in your positions? Answer that when you describe those experiences.

Also, at your age and experience level, your resume should only be about a page long. If you want, I'd be more than happy to look at what you have so far and give you more pointers. I'd show you mine but it's really personal (as in I don't want to show a random stranger what school I go to and my current work). If you've been looking at resume templates and example resumes you should be solid on everything else.

User avatar #163347 to #163346 - charizarddad ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
This will work, thank you! Also, would you recommend a header size/spacing or something? I don't want to make the page look too filled with bullshit. Ive just got like 16 point bold headers and 12 point times new roman font. Don't know if that's really a big deal
User avatar #163349 to #163347 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
I've got my margins set to "Narrow", which is 0.5" all around.
I used Arial font, but Times New Roman is perfectly fine.
My name is the biggest on the paper at 24, with my contact info at 12.
Headings at 14 bolded and normal stuff at 12.

That's what I recommend cuz it looks clean but what you have works just as fine. I'd also say put your headings centered as well
User avatar #163335 - bananaforlife ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
Long story short, broke up with long term girlfriend (a good thing), stressful couple of weeks coming up, I hate myself most of the time, and school is wicked hard. All of this is causing hella stress, any advice on how to deal with the stress?
User avatar #163352 to #163335 - drakenumen (11/17/2014) [-]
Though working out, drinking tea, and masturbating are good ways to relieve stress, its also important to remember that taking a break is a really good way to calm down and put stuff in perspective. Find a time where you and some friends are free and just hang out, its amazing the release you can get just from spending a couple hours with people you like doing things you enjoy, and it really makes up for all the stress in life if you ask me.
#163340 to #163335 - grandthefthollow (11/17/2014) [-]
Keep your eye on the prize, at the end of all this schooling. Sure it's a lifetime of working but it's still a lifetime of not finding a bloody chemical equation.
also hsm does have a point
Workout
Drink Tea
Masturbate
User avatar #163336 to #163335 - hsm (11/17/2014) [-]
Workout
Drink Tea
Masturbate
#163333 - profkitty ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
Hey Advice, I'm an 19yr old overnight stocker at a store and I can tell my back is going to give out soon, it's killing me in these points or experiencing pinching pains. Any tips to recover quicker laying down certain ways, epson salt baths, anything.
User avatar #163368 to #163333 - adviceweed (11/17/2014) [-]
I have that same problem in the lower spot, and I just started my job. Laying on a heating pad as I type this.

Just try to relax it when you can.
User avatar #163372 to #163368 - profkitty ONLINE (11/18/2014) [-]
Are you a 1 1/2 months in? Also it all started after moving 280 lbs of water softener salt to the basement, personal usage, 640 lbs of donut glaze to the bakery (sent it to the baking isle and had to move it all to a cart and take it to there.)
User avatar #163373 to #163372 - adviceweed (11/18/2014) [-]
3rd shift. Working retail. Its not so much lifting as it is standing for extended times. I had iffy back problems to start with.
User avatar #163348 to #163333 - schurftinator (11/17/2014) [-]
Hey! I have a pretty bad back to and got a lot of stretching exercises that might help.
Most of them lie on your back, and pull up your knees with your feet on the ground just below your butt. In that position lengthen the spine by pushing your lower back to the ground, hold this for a few seconds, and then curl your back up pushing your stomach to the ceiling. Repeat a few times. Then keeping your feet to the ground, both your knees sideways to the same side to further stretch your back, and then to the other side.
I'm sorry if this doesn't make sense, kind of hard to explain this through text! Sure there are some good back stretching youtube videos however?
Training your back and stomach muscles can also greatly relieve the pressure on your spine btw! (swimming is awesome for that)
User avatar #163334 to #163333 - notred ONLINE (11/17/2014) [-]
Go to a doctor. I'm canadian, but to get my back adjusted it only cost about 70 bucks. Might be different in a different place, but that's like the only way to get it to stop hurting.
User avatar #163331 - metzgermeister (11/17/2014) [-]
Alright guys... I've been trying to accept more fault for my position in life. I'm 19, college, and live with my mom and brothers, but I feel as if i should have moved on somewhere else already. I've noticed that I blame everyone else for my situation even though I think I'm accepting the blame. Anyway, I'm thinking this college isn't right for me, if college is at all with how the system is at this point. I'm thinking I want to just move to the state over and start my life very soon, but I don't want to make drastic decisions or burn any bridges I'll regret. Im not exactly sure what I'm expecting for an answer, but anything would be great to hear!
User avatar #163356 to #163331 - mllerayael (11/17/2014) [-]
you are coming up to the stage where you need to accept more and more responsibility but don't rush it, trust me. Maybe just to move out on your own would be a start it doesnt have to be in another state sometimes just the town over can feel like a world away
User avatar #163345 to #163331 - solareyes (11/17/2014) [-]
I would definitely recommend getting a job and saving up money. Look for entry level jobs as well, even though those are considered college degree type things, others minimally want a high school/GED thing.

Find a passion and take a few classes in that field or even acquire some certifications to complete for it! If you don't want to go to college, whatever, that's your preference and how you are, not society's. But you still need certifications and other kinds of training that some college classes provide. That's depending on what you want to do though.

Also, talk to your mom and brothers and see what they think!
#163337 to #163331 - grandthefthollow (11/17/2014) [-]
I think someone is going to contradict me sooner or later, but in my point of view and some of the people I know, a degree is just a title or a rank that you've achieved. Degrees differentiate the people with potential and those who don't, and while people without degrees have made it in their life ,I just don't think it's the case nowadays. My advice to you is finish college. It does give you an upper hand in life, but really how important it is is determined in what you want to do in your career, or life.
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