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Do whatever you choose to do, and be mild about it. Willpower and stress are natural enemies. There are no have-to's in life. You don't have to do anything. Focus on what you want to do now, given the circumstances you are in. Choose. Whatever you choose, it will have consequences. Watching youtube all day has positive and negative consequences, doing your ...


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If things get bad, follow these steps. If you can, print them out and keep them about your person, so you can read them again and again: If you get lost or confused when reading through this list, go back to the top and start again: Hang in there. Things can and will get better. If things don't get better immediately, be patient. Take things one day at a ...


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Firstly - depression is actually quite normal, in that it's quite common and affects a lot of people at some stage of their life. It's a product of your brain chemistry, not a reflection of your personal worth. This is relevant so that you understand that the way that you thinking and feeling aren't a result of your essential essence, but is a product of ...


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This advice is 2 years too late, however at 50 years old ( but still feeling young) and after going through multiple tests for highly gifted people and living exactly the same set of challenges you describe, here are the learnings: I crapped out on many academic subjects because my teachers didn't create any passion in their courses. Simply stated, the ...


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I find there are three major drives in life: Survival Greed Ambition Survival is a very powerful motivator, but you actually have to suffer to get it. You can try selling all your belongings and trick yourself into survival mode, if you dare. Greed, while it has a negative connotation, is not always bad. We're greedy when we want more than we need. This ...



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