Cloud_of_Twat_Mist123 karma2018-11-14 00:44:09 UTC
I don't have words...thank you. Thank you so much.
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Cloud_of_Twat_Mist96 karma2018-11-13 23:09:43 UTC
How do you do it? How do you deal with the guilt? The constant, intrusive, horribly reminiscent thoughts reminding you of the once amazing person who no longer has a future. Thinking of every beautiful thing about that person, wishing you could've made them see the same things you do.
I'm not being an ass. I'm just having a hard time coping.
Cloud_of_Twat_Mist24 karma2016-05-27 23:13:55 UTC
You talk about your time with McDonald's with almost a disdain. Did you just become complacent and roll with it? Why did you stay for so long if you didn't really enjoy it? I'm quitting my current stable job because I fear exactly this happening.
Cloud_of_Twat_Mist11 karma2016-05-28 02:06:22 UTC
Sounds like you're already in the process of starting over and are smart enough to do it but never saw the opportunity before. I'd say no fuckin way is it too late to start over with something you actually enjoy and props to you for doing something about it instead of throwing a pity party. You're going to school which is the obvious first step, and in just a couple years you will be at a place in your life, and in your kids lives, to fully commit to whatever you decide. Keep your options open, think about it with a "fresh" mind. You'll find something you enjoy, and money wont be as big of a stressor as before.
Cloud_of_Twat_Mist7 karma2016-05-28 02:12:29 UTC
Your McDonald's sounds like one in a movie.
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