Anonymous asked: What would you suggest a 20 something year old do if they have anger issu
Find what is triggering your anger and work on strategies to deal with those triggers before you express your anger in potentially dangerous or ways.
I would also encourage you to talk to a counsellor to get some professional help because they will help you deal with your issues properly.
Nothing will fuck up your twenties more than thinking you’re supposed to have your shit together.
theportraitgroans asked: you sound to be doing alot of generous things. it is something to be proud of, not stressed about. keep at it, you'l find a way ! if you think it is too much or not your niche, or not rewarding... just drop it and move on to better suited things... that is the beauty of volunteer work. no obligations and no guilt. that doesn't mean you can't be humble and such. anyway! best of luck finding some rewarding sources of income in the future ^_^
While it is volunteer work, I would still have a lot of guilt if I quit now. A friend of mine is in a similar position as me waiting for her certificate before she can start her contract, but she has been told to record the hours she worked so she can be back-paid later (which is actually dodgy as). She’s asked me to join her at that school so I would be working now and getting back-paid for it but I don’t know. I’m already forming relationships with the teachers and students and it would feel wrong to just leave now.. But I understand where you are coming from!
Thanks so much for your message though, it means a lot that you took the time out!
Anonymous asked: Keep busy because the whole 'if you don't like it, quit' bullshit is not good advice, small amounts of misery is a lot better than worrying about bills and rent. Don't stress it'll get better kd
Yeah you’re right, this is what I really want to do, and I love it, so it is worth the struggle for now.
I guess I just had to vent it out because I felt so damn close to getting what I wanted before meeting yet another setback. Thanks for your message.