Can anyone tell me when I'm going to move past my current feelings of stress and anxiety and find a healthy relationship (maybe not even romantic, but just a good friendship or something). I am extremely lonely. Also, can anyone tell me how I should handle my music career vs college? I feel a strong pull towards my music but I am afraid of screwing my future up by focusing on it.
Thanks for the help.
Can you provide your birthdate?
August 9th, 1990 and thanks for responding
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Whatever you choose to do, allow your innate but often hidden wisdom to guide you. You have all the answers you need within you.
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Ah, thank you so much. A lot of this was eerily accurate. All of it applies to my life, though. I am with a strict family and they aren't supportive of me being a musician. I also have a bad habit of driving people I love away by being overemotional and brash. I hope to use this as a guide. Thanks again.