I’m 30 years old, working a boring desk job, with a piece of crap boss. I have no friends. I come from an abusive family so I don’t have any family either. I don’t have a girlfriend, I haven’t had one for more than 7 years now. I’m alone, and lonely. I don’t have any hobbies. I’m overweight. I don't have the money to buy fancy things. There is literally nothing positive in my life right now.

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I guess I fit into the stereotypical image of the 30 years old loser.

I’m miserable, and most days are spent either being in pain or being bored. Most of all, I’m feeling powerless to change anything. Plus I’m likely to get fired soon.

Do you have any advice on how to turn things around ?

Sorry if this sounds like unnecessary ranting, I feel really down.


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The first thing I would recommend is therapy. Seriously. "alone and lonely...nothing positive in my life...miserable"

a therapist can help you with these negative thoughts. You might not even realize if you're dealing with depression or anxiety. Call the number on the back of your insurance card, and they should be able to help you find therapists in your area.

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Try to address the mental first. It'll make facing the other things–weight loss, finding hobbies, building up relationships– much less daunting. Take it from someone who was in your exact position.


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Second this