2020 soon enough

This year has been sad for me. I know it's early but I really can't wait for it to finally be over and done come December 31st. Let's see...I got blinded side by a person whom I thought was a true friend until I realized that he just used me to pay for his booze. Then I found out that someone else from my past died six months ago and I never even got to say goodbye. Went through some job changes over the summer and it's been hard adjusting to a new routine. There are times when I feel like crying because of all this stress, but I'm doing the best that I can to persevere past it.


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Why Dec. 31st

Sep 17, 2019 at 10:08pm

It’s just a day on the calendar. Why not start now?

When in Rome

Sep 17, 2019 at 11:14pm

As I was told by someone a while ago, "Drinking is a friend necessity."
Which makes booze an essential expression of true friendship here. Therefore, legit. He's on point, and you're confused about the meaning of "friend".
He was being one, and you weren't. Tsk. Well, live and learn (and drink, apparently).
I'm a fish out of water in this "culture". Well, more like a fish in orbit: suffocating in a cultural and intellectual vacuum, and freezing to death from lack of human warmth.
Good thing it's not personal. Nothing here is.

Suggest listen to some good music

Sep 18, 2019 at 8:31am

and choose carefully what music truly comforts your soul; not what the mass purveyors push on the marketplace but those musics which really bring comfort and healing.

Things dont change

Sep 18, 2019 at 10:13am

Things dont automatically change like magic when the year switches over. Sorry to tell you but there is no automatic reset button. Stop hanging with losers. Sorry about your friend passing.

I definitely empathize with your bad year

Sep 18, 2019 at 2:28pm

but you know it's not the year 2019 that's causing all of this, just a bad stretch.
It's like people that make New Year resolutions. It's just a mark on the calendar. Make changes now!
You're luck will turn, it always does.
Good luck to you, I hope that it starts getting better now, today, not just in 2020.

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