Signup date: 05 Jun 2008 at 1:04am
Last login: 11 Jun 2008 at 5:52am
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do you think 25-29, starting a professional career is normal? like i havent worked before, im not ageist and admire people and have lots of friends who've worked and then went on to phd.
However, I haven't really worked, so 25-29, working on a profession i.e. with a phd to become a lecturer. my relatives think, omg, are you still in college, your just lazy and don't want to work? (its really discourging when you know you're working nearly 24-7 studying) I've done supervision in a secondary school for the year, but not teaching.
im re-starting in september - focusing for 20mins, i brain feels overloaded, ive to do something else.
had really bad year, last year, this year im trying to repair myself- failing miserably at that too....
feel crappy...crappy boring life, no boyfriend, no money, barely living, no grounding....and needing lots of hugs to take away all bad things and make me feel better
i did 5 years of college straight in a row after school, and in my 5th yr for the masters, it was becoming more and more difficult to concentrate for more than 20 mins, i didnt finish the masters but i will be next yr and even now at the moment, i can just about concentrate for 20 mins without feeling overloaded...help! anyone else experience this? had low iron last year, not sure if its a contributing factor. But its been getting me down and ive a million things on my mind which i cant stop worrying about (distractions ease it)....between inability to concentrate and wanting to snuggle up with a warm blanket and bouts of sleeping loads, and bouts of feeling completely exhausted, im trying to fight it - but failing miserably and I feel I'm screwed before I've even started to start the masters again next year!?!
Plus my supervisor hates me
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