It sounds like you have way too much time on your hands, and stagnation can lead to further depression and frustration, especially if your life isn't exactly the best to begin with.
If you're going to be an alcoholic, you might as well have fun rather than wallow in your own misery. Then again sometimes that's exactly what someone needs to do. The Power of Positive Drinking-Lou Reed.wmv
>play with a knife
Put those skills to good use and work on whittling.
>I tattoo myself out of bordum.
Draw on paper rather than your skin and perfect your artistic talent before applying it to ink.
>Now for the question. Do I get a new job, go move back with my mum, or run away to California again to sell crystals?
That's for you to decide. Welcome to life.
>There's no reason for me to not be working, I'm a phisicaly capable young woman that wants to take charge in her own life.
Saying it to yourself is one thing, to know yourself and communicate with yourself. It's the first step to making a change. The rest is all up to how you deal with the cards you've been given.
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