It’s OK To Give Up

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What up! What up! What up my peeps! Today is Tuesday July 17, 2018 and it marks my 29th sober day and as always, I feel like Tony the fucking tiger… GRRRRREAT! No anxiety, no depression, no hangover, no regrets… I mean nothing! I just hope that wherever you are in this crazy planet of ours, you are having a good morning, good afternoon, good evening or good night. Always try to enjoy it to the fullest and don’t let nobody fuck it up for you no matter what happens.

On a giving up note! Growing up, we are told never to give up, that the sky is the limit and to follow our dreams. The reality of it all is, that we can’t listen to all that bullshit. I know that we have to try our best in life, but one thing for sure is, that we can’t go crazy while we are at it. Hey look, I’ve dropped out college three times… Yes you read that right… Three times. The thing is, that I already gave up on my dream of getting a college degree. The reason for that is, that I’m happy where I’m at in life right now. I’m not saying that my life is perfect, but I feel comfortable the way that everything is going. I do have my share of financial, family and mental problems, but they are not things that a degree is going to change or fix. I used to kick myself in the ass a lot before, not anymore, because I’m OK with who I have become.

With that said! I am Audi 5000 y’all!

4 thoughts on “It’s OK To Give Up

    1. I used to feel like shit, because I dropped out of college three times. But I have come to accept, that I might not be college material after all. Let me tell you, it is good that you are working on accepting yourself, because that is the most important thing in life.

      You can have cars, money, homes and companionship, but if you are not happy with yourself, then all of those things are not worth it.

      Good luck my friend.

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  1. I almost dropped out of university because my dissertation gave me so much stress and anxiety it made me depressed. The only reason I kept going was because I didn’t want to disappoint my family, who put a lot of money towards my education. However, I don’t think it was worth feeling so bad for so long and I should’ve put my mental health before other people’s expectations. I don’t know your reasons for dropping out of college but I think it takes a lot of courage to give up on your dreams, and sometimes following them against your better judgement is the easy way out.

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    1. I can imagine that it must have been hard for you to continue, even though you were feeling so bad. I always wanted to be a recording engineer, but even if I was to get my degree, it will be hard to get a job in the field, I will have to start from the bottom, plus I’ll be up to my head in student loan.

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