• Safe career vs Do what you love
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I'm either gonna fire you
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    • This is so freaking awesome
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    • I'm kind of stuck in the same kind of dilemma to his boss honestly. My dream would be to play in an orchestra or work in music production when I'm older.Its what I would love to do but I feel like it's a dead end career for me and would be much better to go into IT security.
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    • I understand this completely. My dad came from poverty in India. There were days where he didn’t eat, so his younger siblings could. He came first in his school, landed an IT internship, and made it to America. He makes well into six figures but he lives as if he barely makes five.
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    • Throughout my whole life I've always been let down by everyone, don't do this don't do that. Oh, you become a cook? Quit now. You want to be what I've been? Don't, it's a suffering path
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    • Im not 26 - When I was 20 I was accepted into one of the best audio production schools in Miami but decided to stay for my best friend and girlfriend at the time. I remember talking to them about it and both of the cried and begged me not to go because they “needed me”. 3yrs ago I detached from them
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    • I recently decided to drop college and enroll in pastry school, I love baking, and I can objectively say I'm good at it (I'm nowhere near pro levels, but there's obviously some unrefined talent there, I've nailed difficult recipes first try) I start this fall. And I still haven't told my parents
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    • I don’t wanna be that guy, but often times, doing what you love doesn’t pay the bills. My son is my life and for many of you, your kids will be your lives too. Putting food on the table for them is doing something I love.btw, your job doesn’t have to suck,Imcontent with my job as an equipment operat
      jstone507 10 aug
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    • I’m 20 years old and I work in a dead end factory, I’ve been meaning to quit to pursue a career in entertainment, or perhaps even video game development, as both are things I’m very passionate about and things that I consider myself to be decent at, to an extent. But right now I make a very good-
      Wynter54 11 aug
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    • Having a realistic fear of diversity in other words the extreme High chance of not making it is rational. Not everyone has an opportunity to have a good career of what they love & not everyone Is good at something that can make them money. Follow your dreams Only after you get a secure job
      LexxsH 11 aug
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    • I’ve got this same issue, I’ve always had a passion for space, and humanity exploring the stars but I thought I had to give that dream up when an 85k a year job fell in my lap. It was perfect for supporting a family, I have a wife, she wants kids and it’s a good paying job with security and benefits
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    • Beautiful. Me personally when I turned 18 I enlisted into the Marine Corps and unfortunately it didn’t work out for me and got crushed. Then I went to college and flunked out because I spent too much time with my gf and friends and I hated my degree and classes. Later on I found what I loved to do-
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    • I wonder if this is a sign.. I'm good with my current job, my stats are incredible. But I'm unhappy as hell tbh. I don't have a bond with anyone not do I feel like I belong. I often come home crying because I am always criticized for something so minor despite my great performance.
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    • I will be getting into animation this semester. I rather fail than never try at all.
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    • Since childhood I've always been into creative design in many forms and my passions lied in video game development but my separated parents actively discouraged it. I lost my passion and will to strive for my dreams, I'm a good wage worker now. Married and liable for a mortgage. I can't go back.
      EXIMUS_ 10 aug
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    • I have a crazy story and a pretty big obstacle in at right now and sometimes it just feels better when i tell it. But no one really likes a comment that goes on for 5+ comments because of the character limit. So I kind of don't want to be that guy but yeah its pretty crushing sometimes.
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    • I had done music since I was little and was able to pick up most instruments and learn them, play by ear, etc. When I was nearing the end of high school, I thought I wanted to play in an orchestra as a career so I went to college for music performance. 1/?
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    • What I want to do as a career requires a 4 year degree. So obviously I’m in college now. I’m miserable in college because a school environment is just not where I belong. I’m truly interested in my major I just don’t belong in school. I’m going beyond what most people I know would ever do to 1
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    • My entire life I’ve watched people make videos on the internet and it always brings a smile to my face and all I’ve wanted to do with my life is being that joy to others so I make jokes and make my friends laugh but I’ve always wanted to be a creator on the internet to bring joy to more than just
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    • There should be a third category: doing what you can. For people who aren't smart enough for a safe career but aren't talented enough to do what we love.
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    • My dream is to work on robots and computers and at the moment I’m working as a forestry firefighter and a volunteer firefighter in my community, I decided after saving up the stimulus unemployment, I had enough to do my first year of college so I enrolled for an Information Systems major so I can do
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    • I'm an overnight security guard for a large corporate company, I make good money I can't complain. But I wanted to be a mathmetician growing up but my parents never supported me so I ended up going with the safe job since they convinced me math wouldn't pay my bills, but now I'm putting myself-
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    • Stuff like this is why I’m honesty scared of working. I’m afraid that I’ll have to work my life away, slaving away just to be paid by a boss who doesn’t give a shit about me and can fire me at any time & for any reason. Money may as well be a fucking RELIGION due to how important it is.
      iNeptulon 11 aug
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    • I’m still young, I haven’t made my mind up about anything. About my future. About my interests. About college. I enjoy editing but I wouldn’t say I’m really good at it. Right now I’m working in what’s called the IB program - something that sets you up for college and makes you work hard.
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    • Awwww this puts a smile on my face and a chuckle in my belly.
      Tsutarius 10 aug
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    • I'm 18 and I'm stuck in a diffrent way because I have no clue what I'm passionate about and I don't have any skilIs or talent outside of classroom academic stuff and life is just overall pointless in my eyes so it's pretty hard to know what I enjoy
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    • Its tough. I have degrees in both physics and computer science and I would love nothing more than a life of physics research. But I didnt go to any ivy league school nor have I discovered anything amazing. The roles I could fill persuing physics would be underwhelming. I also love tech so software
      Petrov051 11 aug
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    • Do what you love to do. Dont worry about the other people who failed and are struggling and sad. You wont be them.
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    • :) I would love to have a story like this but I honestly have no fucking idea what I want to do in life. I'm not majorly passionate about anything in particular and for most of my life I assumed I'd go to school, do a Uni course in something that I kinda like, get a degree, get a job. Not anymore...
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    • Don’t have dreams. Work towards goals. Dreams imply that they’ll never happen.
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    • Don't let me speak for the entire graphic design Community but I went to school for graphic design and was discouraged from it by my counselor and I thought it was super rude but I did it anyway and it may be because of the fact that I had to work full time and couldn't commit all my time to it but
      intelletc 11 aug
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    • My parents just drank excessively and beat me
      brogles 11 aug
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    • I cant seem to find what I love, honestly I'm stuck but my goal is to have money so I can support my parents the way they supported me, I want them to ask me for money and send 3x the amount they asked for, but I feel like I'm not good at anything and the best way to get large money is to be good t-
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    • Beautiful. I have many things I love and what to do. My big one is coding. Programming is just so fucking fun to me. And photography and music, I write lyrics and make cover art and all that. Nothing more than just for fun with all that as of right now though. Right now I'm working in a factory
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    • Don’t get caught in the trap of seeking validation from people
      luhFella 11 aug
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    • This hits close to home for me. Im studying cyber securuty because its finanically stable, but my passion lies in game design. I wanted to go to school for that, but my dad told me i should pick something more likely to make a living on. I decided i would do cyber as my career and game design as(1/2
      zenkaya 13 aug
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    • Right now I'm in Film school and studying to be a film director. I hate my part time job. And when I graduate I don't want to get another dead end job. I'm a creator and love directing the shorts I have made. If anyone out there has connections, help make my dream come true.
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    • Just do both, you can do it. Have a safe career and do what you love. make time for both and i promise it will be worth it. Dont quit King and Queen😘
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    • Oh that’s nice a huge cooperate business owner just saved some money on payroll in a very clever way.
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    • I’m gonna follow my artistic dreams. Whether it be graphic design for video games, fashion, food, something in the arts I’m gonna follow my dreams. Wish me luck I don’t have much time left
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    • Im lucky my dream coincides with my job
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    • I am going to support my daughter in ANYTHING she decides to do. She has and always will have my total support
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    • At 18, I moved across the country to attend college. I knew I needed a job, and I knew I liked dogs. I stumbled upon a young grooming shop, and was hired on immediately. I moved home the following year, started school somewhere else, and found myself at another dog grooming salon.
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    • I went to school for IT and am currently in college for it but I seem to have lost a lot of interest in it. I'm probably gonna stick with it for awhile because there's so many opportunities but worry I'll get to that point where I hate it but don't know what else to do
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    • Fuck you now I hate myself
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    • What was his job before magic though?
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    • That is just outright beautiful
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    • Always wanted to do anything with animals except work in a zoo but I’m becoming an electrician rn but hopefully soon I can do both or make plenty of money doing stuff w animals
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    • I'm 16 and im worried about going INTO the wrong career because I don't know what I'm best at or what I'm interested in, shit sucks man
      NinjaTwit 11 aug
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    • My dads the same way. My dads from Brazil and he came from a very wealthy and respected family as his mother was a dentist and his father was a dentist and major in the Brazilian Air Force. His dad paid for him to go to engineering so he could be a pilot and while he did good on simulations, he(1/2)
      LiveVibes 11 aug
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    • My parents didn't support anything I did until somebody else does it. I loved playing sports but never let me. I wanted my dad to see me on my first grappling tournament but didn't care. Dragon boat races, didn't care. Running races, didn't care. But as soon one of his friends kid did it then,, 1-2
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    • "Fuck what they talkin'! It ain't like life come often. The only thing worst than death is a regret filled coffin. So try before you die, or always wonder "what if?" I thank the Lord for this wonderful gift. Lookin' for strength in this crunch time" - JCole
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    • I’m currently working at a DQ and am planning on becoming a software engineer/programmer in the near future. But I’ve always had a soft spot for pokemon ever since I was a kid. This weekend I’m starting my YouTube channel for pokemon. I’m a little awkward and I don’t have the best equipment but I..
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    • Engrained in me is the thought I need to have a safety net. I believe I should go to college for a degree that will always be relevant, electric engineering. But the other half of me wants to make board games and have my own board game company. I guess I'm scared of failing at one and being doomed
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    • Is there somewhere where I can listen to all of it?
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    • I honestly don't have a dream career. I never have, even when I was a kid. It's really hard to commit to something when deep down you don't really want to do it. Also I'm not exactly school smart so I dropped out of college. Idk what I'm going to do, the stress of it all is affecting my health now
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    • I’ve always wanted to join the ADF “Aussie army” since I was little because of my dad, but he was in the US army, anyways recently I’ve been thinking and I just don’t know if I wanna join anymore. I felt like I brainwashed myself from a very young age that that was what I wanted to do, now that I’m
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    • zerosober 13 aug
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    • I was a carpenter for 28 years.. had my own business for 14 of those years. I had 4 surgeries (right & left knees, shoulder and ulner, carpal, cubital tunnel & ulner nerve impingement in the span of 3 and a half years. Have osteoarthritis and tendinitis in hands, knees and shoulders. Have torn.. 1/2
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    • What if you don’t like your safe career but also don’t love anything?
      sonmon 13 aug
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    • I got fired from my job because they were losing money from covid and looked for quick excuses to fire people and save money. But, I worked my ass off for 3 years to get a raise. Denied every time. I started at 13.30 and ended on 14 bucks. But I had taken over the head position in my department for
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    • Retired and living the dream
      oldjoeace 11 aug
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    • I love this. I was strongly discouraged from getting in the culinary field, but I was head strong and went in and I haven't regretted it. I have people say they wish they loved their job as much as me. If it scares you and excites you at the same time, do it my friends.
      Crypto20 11 aug
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    • I love that. My mom helped me take a leap of faith, too; I was studying science and was great at it, but it didn't make me happy. My mom eventually told me to change my major and quit my job so I could gig more. It was the best decision I've ever made. I made more money gigging than I did at my job-
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    • I’m gonna be a junior in hs this year and I have absolutely no idea what I want to do with my life.
      JagerJem 13 aug
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    • My mom has been selling food for as long as I've been born, she makes amazing food, she has so many customers that love her cooking, I love helping her and seeing the same customers always happy to receive my moms cooking. I've been helping her since I was like 12 in actually cooking but before(1/2)
      GochuGaru 13 aug
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    • I’m very academically smart and I’m graduating highschool with a 4.0 GPA and even took college classes during highschool and got 3.8(?) GPA at my community college. There’s not enough scholarships to allow me to get through school and become a biologist or doctor. I’m dropping out of college to
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    • I'm 19, how do you find a career your passionate about?
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    • Risk or regret. Pick one and move on
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    • Do you think it’s cool to make me cry?
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    • This man speaks the truth. When I was young, I worked in high positions in the medical field. Regional Director of Paramedical Companies. I'm glad I was able to end up chasing my passion of baking before being diagnosed with schizophrenia and slowly degrading. Do what you love, my friends.
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    • My parents never finished college and worked really hard to get where they are now and I think because of that, they continually push me towards a “safe” lifestyle. They even tried to pick my college major (I’m an English major because I love writing) because they don’t believe in the arts.
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    • Maybe one day I'll find something I'm good at and enjoy doing. Not even necessarily to get paid for it, I just want to be good at some specific thing rather than simply being smart and knowledgeable. I'm competent enough at whatever I do, but no real talent, no ability and no drive to excel.
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    • I want to do music, but that don't make money at all, so I'm going to school and keeping my passion separate from my trade work, if my music alone can keep me stable then I'll quit my job and do music my whole life, until I die.
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    • X but heartwarming
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    • mate i’m 15 and i don’t know what id love to do. i keep hearing that i should know what i love to do but i just don’t know
      7up_can 12 aug
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    • I got steady hands and my family knew this, they always tell me to put it to good use to become a welder or a doctor/surgeon. I didnt want to go to college for a long time since I never really had good grades so I became a welder and I'm not the best but I'm better than an average Joe. 1/?
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    • Now tell the story about the guy who shot for the stars and wasnt successful
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    • Honestly, dont judge, but i love singing. I have never taken any chorus courses, or done any singing in public. In fact i played trombone in school, and was told i was brilliant at it. In fact i was pushed to master every brass instrument, and so i became fluent at every one thrown at me. But (1/2)
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    • Same issue with me and my girl. We have very similar interests and normally get along well, but I love to play games and she's not very interested in games or any other hobby I have really. So we get along well enough, but I feel like I'd enjoy life more with a girl who had the same hobbies 1/2
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    • Would love to be a paleontologist, but there is so few jobs in that field. Most require a PhD just to apply.
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    • Do whay you love and you'll never work a day in your life.........LK
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    • I dropped out of 4 year college in Wisconsin at 18 to pursue audio engineering and my music im 20 now working in a grammy nominated studio in LA, nothing feels more fulfilling
      crushal 11 aug
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    • I work in lending at a major financial institution. I have great benefits, a great salary, and a lot of job security, but I’m absolutely miserable. I keep seeing things like this and it’s making me question my career.
      kstripez 11 aug
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    • I’ve been interested in doing graphic design as I enjoyed the one class I did and have been recently seeing signs to pursue it. However my family tells me to do it much later so I can make money in the medical field even when I have no interest it’s my best option.
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    • When I was twentyfive I moved to Beijing to teach at a private school and had no idea what I was doing really. I met my fiance, we moved to Peru (to another school) and are both living our dreams. It can happen, you can do it!
      lilwetnap 11 aug
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    • Ladies and gents, it's a green piece of paper backed by nothing. Be around those you love and those who love back. And never stop going for what you want in life. Money is for nothing.
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    • Yeah I'd love to pursue music, but there's such a small chance I could get it to provide for myself. And even though I'd be happy playing music and being poor, if I don't make it what will become of me? So oh well I guess, gotta play for as long as I can.
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    • My dad used to work in the state penitentiary. He loved his job. But he quit to join the army. Now he’s retiring from the army and his retirement money from the army isn’t going to be as good as if he stayed working at the state pen. He told me the other day that he regrets it and doesn’t want me to
      Mechazawa 11 aug
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    • I'm currently ina struggle to decide if I want to continue my engineering degree, which I do enjoy but is the safe money option. Or switch to what I think i would enjoy more and switch to teaching
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    • I’m 22 with no family no friends. I don’t have the luxury of doing what I love
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    • What are some good careers?
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    • Here comes all the life stories. Yawn.
      JediJ17 13 aug
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    • My dad calls me a lazy piece of shit when I work 6 days a week 10 hours a day at target but says I'm hard working and he's proud when I work 8 hours twice a week doing odd jobs. I hate doing hard labor why do I feel like all my family members think that anyone that doesn't do hard labor for a living
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    • Doing what you love doesn’t always guarantee you a job, it’s save to be a drone and be unhappy, there’s always pills for that.
      Axermis 11 aug
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    • I wanted to be a professional wrestler when I had the money saved up to go to a wrestling school my gf told me she was pregnant that was 15 years ago now I'm a fat truck driver and I hate my life. Use protection kids
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    • Wow!!
      amocat 11 aug
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    • Imagine being afraid of disappointing your dad when your a grown ass man
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    • I mean working at a oil rig, I’m genuinely not sure
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    • It's great when you have... Nothing, that you're good at. At all.
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    • I was in the wrong career, unfortunately i don't have that job anymore because I got fired, so now I don't have a source of income to pursue what I love
      fluffgurr 15 aug
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