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#31

Posted 16 November 2013 - 10:55 AM

Don't just sit around playing video games leading a meaningless existence.

 

Existence is intrinsically meaningless anyway. Meaning is an illusion (originating in religion). Only the ones that lie to themselves that existence has meaning reproduce. And so the lie persists.

 

Let's just all make up our own meaning, even if that is staying home playing games and jerking off to porn all day. Or we could just die. That's the easy way out.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:15 AM

I used to do what you did when I was like 10-12 years old, but if you venture from the nest and try new things, you will soon find that this sheltered existence isn't as fun as what other things are to be found.

I didn't wanna grow up either, but then I did, and i'm enjoying it. 


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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:23 AM

Seriously, I really don't want to become a man. Not yet. My behaviour and thoughts are still childish and with this social anxiety things are even harder.
I am 18 years old, turning 19 in January so basically I am a free man, so many times I heard that from different elder people. The thing is that not that I dislike it, but I see no change nor I want to change. I want to stay the same confused teen that fights against the teen problems like depression, not having a girlfriend, looks etc. While those were a pain in the ass few months ago, I started loving them, seeing that life is tougher than what I thought.
But f*cking hell, as I said I am 18, recently moved to a new city whom I had no clue about and I was totally unused to take care of myself. Until now, my mother would have done anything for me, I was just sitting in bed and watch. Easily I managed to get things sorted as they were out of my head, managed to make new friends when I lacked social skills and things were going better than what I thought they would. The fact ia that I don't want to be an independent man with a job, a girlfriend and a car. I think I might not be ready. My mindset is not matured enough. I wanna live playing games, sitting lazy and eventually don't study or sh*t. There's no possibility, right?


You think you're going to suddenly change somehow without knowing?

Just be who you are and do what you can do. There's nothing else you can do.

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#34

Posted 16 November 2013 - 01:00 PM Edited by jln22, 16 November 2013 - 02:25 PM.

I used to do what you did when I was like 10-12 years old, but if you venture from the nest and try new things, you will soon find that this sheltered existence isn't as fun as what other things are to be found.

I didn't wanna grow up either, but then I did, and i'm enjoying it. 

What can I do to venture out from the nest? I don't know the city too well to be honest and I am not sure what I should do to add some fancy to my life. When I first came here I was really determined to change myself, but now it seems that this feeling has died out.

 

Oi, also need some help with the social anxiety, I will speak in a classroom infront of several students about a theme and that just kills me, I am so scared of not f*cking it up, any advices on how to keep confident and push out the fear from my mind?


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Posted 16 November 2013 - 08:39 PM

judging by your posts in the football forum, there is not much chance of it happening anyway. 


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#36

Posted 16 November 2013 - 08:48 PM

 

 

 

I wanna live playing games, sitting lazy and eventually don't study or sh*t. There's no possibility, right?

You could be the next pewdiepie-840460-l-78x78.png in that case. :)
yeah it is pewdiepie. I actually like his videos.
F'ck me, right?
I don't know the guy.

 

That man is Felix Kjellberg.

 

Also known to be the guy named "PewDiePie".

And he makes game videos on YouTube and profits greatly from them. Follow his footsteps and fame will arise.

 

 

Let me correct you, 

 

"scream like a little girl and give your "subscribers" a cool nick name and fame will arise"

 

No body is even original anymore.


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Posted 16 November 2013 - 08:51 PM

 

Don't just sit around playing video games leading a meaningless existence.

 

Existence is intrinsically meaningless anyway. Meaning is an illusion (originating in religion). Only the ones that lie to themselves that existence has meaning reproduce. And so the lie persists.

 

Let's just all make up our own meaning, even if that is staying home playing games and jerking off to porn all day. Or we could just die. That's the easy way out.

 

Couldn't have said it better myself.

 

 

Do what YOU want with your life. Nobody is going to make the decisions for you. I'm turning 20 next week, so my existence is the same as everyone elses. I don't have to get a job to prove my existence, I can be a lazy f*ck all I want, It's because I choose to, and that I have the right to do whatever I want with my life. But in this case, I don't even have vehicle to get to work even if I wanted to, no bike, my parent swon't bring me either. So, i guess I'll just be me, until I'm living in a cardboard box.


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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:26 PM Edited by Unoriginal Gangster, 16 November 2013 - 09:27 PM.

As you get older you'll become more confident so long as you commit to change. I was like you; I was frightened of screwing everything up in terms of classroom speeches and giving answers and therefore I didn't. I screwed up in another way, though. I was the "class clown" and it was only after receiving my GCSE results that I realised it was time for a change. I'd been kicked out just before doing my GCSEs (for almost two years); I still didn't change.

Don't make the same mistake I did when committing to change. Rather than trying to impress, concentrate on the things that are more important in your life. Concentrate on socialising with your peers and most importantly, your parents. You'll realise that your parents are more important than you currently think. I made a mistake there, too and I've only recently made things right. Things said won't be forgotten, though.

Don't let your peers pressure you into doing things, either. Stand up to your peers and try to hang around the right crowd. Put your head down in school, too. School seems like bullsh*t, but when you get older you'll realise that education really is important, especially nowadays.

As for hanging around with the right crowd, it's important. If you have friends that are bad influences, you don't necessarily need to blow them off, just space yourself from them and hang around the good influences more. I ended up in a load of trouble with the police as a teen and trust me, it's no joke.

Concentrate on the positives, not the negatives.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:42 PM Edited by l911, 16 November 2013 - 09:43 PM.

I remmeber when i was a yonger I thought that when i will reach adulthood i will totaly change.

Now im 21 and i can say that i did not change from the time that i was 15/16

Recently i wanted to change my life so i left my home and get to another contry now i work here but im still a strange dude with no social skills and it seems that no matter how old i will be or where i go ll stay this way.

House was right "People do not change"


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Posted 17 November 2013 - 02:01 AM Edited by Saint., 17 November 2013 - 02:02 AM.

Honestly? Everyone would love it man,everyone would probably choose to deal with high school stuff. Chicks,looking good,etc. Thing is that wouldn't do you any good in the long run. I see high school as an experience. You go through all of these said teen problems,and you get out of it. The stuff that you did go through,some of it might benefit you and you learn from it. it's a step by step process into your "adult life" mate,

 

And you said you moved to a new city. That's great,take that as a chance to start fresh. Just tell yourself that the old you(basically staying at home and being lazy) phase is over. Make that change and tell yourself that you'll at least try and take the effort to communicate with people, or by taking care of yourself,etc. Hell,hit the gym. Set a goal. Follow it. You'll be surprised how far willpower could bring you. You cannot change what you refuse to confront mate.

 

And you're only 18,take it slow man. You can still be immature and mature while dealing with stuff that you've got to face. It's all about balancing it out & enjoying yourself at the same time. And did you move for college? if so,it would be much easier to deal with all these,lol.





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