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Linux447563yI like that!
That is why I spend alot of time being a dad.
Also, gardening is something that I love!
I learnt that the hard way, but now I'm making progress as a human. Thanks for x-sharing
@nsrediron I think that you'll agree that situations and whatsoever will never likely be a "step-by-step" guide on how to do it, but it surely will help you to figure out by applying it into your life.
First of all, as the original post says, you need to find out something (besides studying) that really makes you feel good by doing it, be it taking a stroll, skating, playing a guitar, heck, even going to a bar by yourself and getting you a drink.
I've been through some shit days since the last year, a lot of stuff was going on, but it was time to take the lead and put my feet on the ground. So I began to search for things that interested me before but I never gave them a try, so I bought some skates, began "learning" about beer, wines and food, even did an exchange to another country and spent my time hanging out (thing I never used to do before) with people.
But that's the case for me, because my level of introversion's not that high (1/2)
So just focus on doing things that you enjoy, not that you feel forced to do them.
Maybe try things that you never thought about of, like jogging, going to the movies alone, read up about random things on the internet, just get lost outside your "application area" for once in a while, and slowly but steady you'll find yourself more comfortable and open to the people that surrounds you.
@IllSlapU It's almost 2018 and for some reason we're back to "Hot Topic"... Wait, what? xD
@IllSlapU I was talking about the "Hot Topic" business, but...yeah, slightly hot topics are good with girls if they trust you 🤣
HRT-71316923yWhat if I have no friends and coding is the only thing I have at the moment?
@HRT-713 Then go get you some friends!
But don't take this out of context, what this post means it's that you shouldn't be a "workaholic" or something like that, and instead "do" what you enjoy the most and "create" relationships, because those last are the ones that will help you have a better career, soft skills.
@sslPoodle That's where you're wrong kiddo *insert meme*
Seriously speaking, that's up to you. Being unqualified doesn't mean you'll burn yourself up studying and with social-deprivation, it all depends on your time management skills. Maybe you can say "Hey, I use to finish my daily chores at 3P.M., I can go skate for like ~1h or watch a movie (~2h), finish, take a bath and begin to study other stuff at 5P.M"
Really, it's all up to you, but trust me, don't give up any chances that you have to enjoy yourself, yeah, you'll acquire a lot of knowledge and maybe know a lot of stuff, but, is it worth it? Knowing a lot of stuff and having NOBODY to share or talk with?
Being alone is what kills us slowly, and I learnt that the hard way, so I'm just giving my advice to avoid it at all. Enjoy yourself and let things be. But after all, it's just my advice, it's not like you have to agree nor take it ;)