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The End Of The Year And The Start Of A New Decade
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The End Of The Year And The Start Of A New Decade

1 Name: Anonymous : 2019-12-01 07:13
What are you doing to prepare for a new year and decade?
Do you have specific goals already set in mind?
Are you working towards to achieving them?
Is there something holding you back such as depression, anxiety, and/or something else?

I personally plan on finding some sort of stability in my life. I'm not looking to get rich, reach "internet" fame, or anything special like that. I just want to finally get off of my ass and do soemthing for the most part. The 2010s was more or less a massive waste of time. I spent most of this decade as a NEET but I did spend a lot of my time learning a lot in technology, develop better creative skills, and even found more or less the road to my spiritual/philosophical path. I know who I want to be and what I want to do with my life. I know it's not going to be an easy path but I finally have come to realize that nobody is going to hand that life to me. I'm going to have to work hard with my own strength, admit my own weaknesses, and open my life up to some risk. I must overcome my depression, my fears, my anxieties, end my bad habits, work on my self-discipline as well as my self-control, and stop doubting my own abilities that lie within. I understand my position in life and what I need to do to fix it. I have already been working out and focusing everything into my mental health this year. I know it's not going to be fixed with a "snap of my fingers" or in the matter of a short time. But I know with dedication, determination, and never giving up. That's the only way I or any of us can get what we truly want out of life. I'm finally at a point in my life where I don't give a shit about what other people may think of me. That was something that always consumed me whenever I was younger growing up as a teenager and even during my early adulthood. I'm beyond all of that now. The biggest problem and what causes a lot of mental illnesses in our lives is the fact we try to keep our true selves locked up tight with the key hidden from us. Well it's high time that I take that key and unlock my heart. Regardless what anyone else thinks or feels towards me. In the end it's my damn life not theirs. I plan on trying to find some type of job, doesn't have to be anything special, and if I don't like it I don't have to stick with it until the end of time. Just long enough to use it to climb up to the next stage of life. I also need to come with terms such as acceptance. Accepting my flaws, my weaknesses, my own self problems such as the mental illnesses I suffer from, and remember the strengths that come with some of those "mental illnesses". I believe honestly a lot of us that don't fit in with the norm of society have been tricked into thinking we're nothing but victims. That something is wrong with us to not have the lives we truly desire. I say "SCREW THE RULES OF SOCIETY" I'll be my own person. I'll be creative and make what I want, what I enjoy, and not let others opinions get in the way. Because I won't be doing it for them, but for myself. Find my passion and let it burn like a fire that's hotter than the sun. That's my goal for next year as well as the rest of the 2020s.

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