I've been like this for five years. Just kind of blundered my way through undergrad and then dropped out. I'm meant to be going back next year, maybe I'll find an answer before then.
You need to be motivated to study?
you'll become a hobo and die
A month sounds like a fair amount of time to scrape pass.
Exactly what are you studying?
I've done it on the order of days. Multiple times.
Exactly what I'm going through, what a coincidence. I really don't know what to do about this. I just hope in some miracle because, seriously, it's just hell here and there are also my mental disorders.
So what are you doing in your free time instead of preparing, OP?
You know, I'm no psychologist, but I guess you making this thread means you feel guilty. I don't know what will help you. Maybe you could try devoting more time to doing something you like?
I mean, I'm speaking from my experience now. That was my problem throughout school and college; I was embarrassed of my hobbies for being childish, and that embarrassment prevented me from developing my interests. These days, I don't give that much of a fuck anymore. If I have fun playing crappy video games and watching cartoons/anime, I don't see a reason not to do that. Graduating from college and getting a job have become stepping stones towards being able to continue doing that without relying on others to support me. And if that makes me a pathetic weeaboo autist… so be it. At least I have some tangible goal in life now.
So, that's what helps me push onwards.
Well i'm not doing anything in my free time, i just watch anime and play games all day, i know i will regret it but i just can't study i don't know why, i can't
I did this repeatedly—pretty much every fucking subject. Maybe people like us need to experience a menial job to realise the value of education. I'm NEET again now but I will be applying for shitty jobs soon. I'm going to save up enough money to go back in a few years and make a proper attempt, unlike what I did in undergrad.
>>14490>I did this repeatedly—pretty much every fucking subject. Maybe people like us need to experience a menial job to realise the value of education.
This, holy shit. Some people just need a few months of job experience to fully realize how they will end up should they fail their studies.
Good luck on your serious attempt, anon.
>>14491>This, holy shit. Some people just need a few months of job experience to fully realize how they will end up should they fail their studies.
Fear-mongering? I refuse to believe that the universe is this cruel. There must be a way to live doing things I want to do. Otherwise, why, why.
And more importantly what makes you guys think that jobs the need college eductaion are easier or more rewarding?
I mean sure its not some shitty menial labor job, but still many higher occupations are tough as balls and those that arent involve high levels of skill, disciplne and enteprenuerism.
Next time this happens get adderall from the darknet>>14544
There is a way to live doing the things you want. Its called being born really fucking rich. >>14545
Have you ever worked in retail? Anything, no matter how hard it is, is more rewarding than that. And those jobs you speak of that require a high amount of skill and entrepreneurial tact are actually interesting.