In Too Deep? Then Get Out When You Can
Each human only lives once. So they should ensure their life is a full one and one they enjoy and not regret. As such, there are various aspects of life in which you can get bogged down for years, even though you know it isn’t for you. You know it isn’t right, but how do you get out? This article can help push you in the right direction if you think there is something amiss in a part of your life where it shouldn’t be and help you find and strive for new opportunities.
People spend most of their time in or at work, so it stands to reason that they should ensure they enjoy the work they do. If you don’t enjoy your work, then what is the point? Sure, you may make middling to good money, but if you don’t enjoy it then you should seriously consider you life. Doing something you don’t enjoy or even hate can lead to serious depression and a downturn on a quality of life. Think about what you love, what’s your passion? Work it out, then try to get a job doing it, if you need qualifications then go and get them. Life is too short to do something you hate. Perhaps you just need a slight change, challenge your supervisor, tell him/her you want something different. Changing career can be stressful in itself, and challenging, but if it makes you happy in the long run then it certainly worth embarking upon.
You can get stuck in a relationship rut easily enough. Perhaps you have kids holding you together, or maybe you just feel like there’s nothing better out there. But the truth is it doesn’t matter what's out there, just that you yourself are happy. As such, if you’re feeling especially unhappy, then leave. It is easier said than done of course, and if you’re married you’ll need a good Divorce Mediator, but you should try to think in the long term. Otherwise before you know it you’ll be old and regretful. Regret is the worst thing that can happen, so try to mitigate it as best possible. You want to spend your time with someone whose company you enjoy and makes you feel special, if you haven’t got that then it is time to have a long think about what’s really best for you.
Going to university is a great and exciting time in anyone's life, regardless of what age you are. But there are sometimes occasions where you may realise the course just isn’t for you. Don’t stick it out just to get a degree. Instead, get out and try something else. Do a course in something that really gets you excited, find your passion and explore. If you find yourself doing a degree in law because lawyers get good money then that isn’t the correct choice. Primarily because you’re doing it for the all wrong reasons. Take a step back and reassess, perhaps education isn’t at all right for you and you need to try something else in life.