Dating advice
for women over 30

Stop Anxiety
and panic attacks

How to overcome
your loneliness

Save Your Relationship
No Matter How Bad
Your Situation Appears


Stories submitted by real people.

[Tell Your Story]


Abuse  Addictions  Alcohol  Anger  Anxiety  Appearance  Attitude  Bad Luck  Childhood  Crime  Death  Disappointment  Drinking  Drugs  Environment  Failure  Family  Friendship  General  Health  Independent circumstances  Job  Justice  Juvenile problems  Life Story  Loneliness  Meaninglessness  Mistakes  Money  Philosophical  Poverty  Prank  Racial  Relationship  Religion  Reputation  School  Sexuality  Society  Sociopathy  Stepdad  Stepmom  Stress  Tragic Events  Unemployment  Violence  

Archive by Month:
July 2012
2012 June
2012 May
2012 April
2012 March
2012 February
2012 January
2011 December
2011 November
2011 October
2011 September
2011 August
2011 July
2011 June
2011 May
2011 April
2011 March
2011 February
2011 January
2010 December
2010 November
2010 October
2010 September
2010 August
2010 July
2010 June
2010 May
2010 April
2010 March
2010 February
January 2010
December 2009
November 2009
October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
June 2009
May 2009
April 2009
March 2009
February 2009
January 2009
November 2008
October 2008
September 2008
May 2008
February 2008
January 2008


untitled story

Posted by Kali at January 22, 2012
Tags: 2012 January  Money

10 000$ debts. High school diploma, no more. Unemployed boyfriend. Full-time job, but unable to save money due to multiple payments and bills. 21 years old. I don't wanna work my life away. On some days I feel so awesome, as much as on some other days I feel stressed out and only want to kill myself.
My parents won't help me ($) to get back to school, but I can't afford it and I have to keep a full-time job to pay off my debts. Plus I'm not really sure what I'd like to study. I love arts, but arts won't guarantee me an income.
What should I do then? Stripper? Prostitute? what the fuck, seriously...
I don't want to work full-time for my whole life. I feel that some day, I'll just go for a random trip somewhere and never come back, and maybe find myself out there.


New Comment

By anonymous at 10,Feb,12 00:09

Oh my god, I'm sure at some points you must be miserable cause I was at that age (a few years older now) but seriously, you might not feel it, but the good news is you are really young. Your parents are doing you a favor making you pay off your own debt, just keep paying off as much of it as you can. $10,000 is not a lot. Some people have hundreds of thousands in college debt. come up with a realistic plan of how much you can pay each month, and try to find better work. It sounds super lame but if you do some hardcore work and planning now, you'll be sooooo happy you did several years from now.

By at 10,Feb,12 06:17

Prositution is good, you can earn 100 dollars per hour at a brothel for makeing meatstick to squirt like water pistol. That way, you pay off debt and buy your first home quickly. Trust me it is a physically easy job comparing to most jobs that require less education and bum wiper at nursing home.

After buying first home at an asian immigrant area you can sell it asap and repeat the process for several times to be that someone who does not have to work her ass off 8 hours perday and 5 to 6 days per week for 50 years until she retires.

You have alredy considered it, shall you have the courage and beauty for such easy task that is bestow upon you by your maker. Australia, Canada, Newzealand and Holland may be your choice. Find out from travel agency and their embassies about backpacker trip and working visa there, then you can earn your foreign currency in where no one recognises you.

In case if you think stripping is an easier option, then know this, a stripper has to pitch her services with reviewing cloths on all the time, and she keeps her-self slim to attract customer to stay in this dancing service job. Also many strippers work with their fake tits which make fake tits an ideal equipment to that line of work.

By anonymous at 10,Feb,12 18:54

i know how you feel, i was in a similar position. work hard for a few months, dont go out, dont spend money, reduce your expenses. pay off your bill. itl be a really hard few months but itll be so worth it, trust me.

By pills for weight loss at 01,Feb,13 03:25

lkPq6f Really informative blog post.Much thanks again. Fantastic.

By anonymous at 10,Apr,13 21:30

I am 65, a Vietnam vet, and grandfather. Life really pretty much sucks for many of us thru the many decades. The hope that it might get better is merely a chimera to keep you hanging around.

By best link build at 15,Oct,13 17:57

VCotZA Thank you for your blog post.Thanks Again. Much obliged.

New Comment