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How do i live in the real world?

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asked Aug 25, 2014 by anonymous  
I have been out of high school for almost five years and have yet to get a job and have completely with drawn from people. I hardly every talk to anyone other then my close family. I want a job i do but i am so afraid that, well i am not sure what i am afraid of I just em.
    

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Profile Photo answered Aug 29, 2014 by Hedges ANGEL4000+ (4,040 points)   3 6
Dear to whom it may concern, its very common to finish school and become isolated and unemployed. As lets face it at school you are forced to socialize, therefor you are generally more sociable then rather then now. Not to mention when your a child anything and everything is possible as u get older u become wiser and acknowledge that that's not always so. I strongly advise you to pray for strength in making new and or old friends and for help in letting you know what job you want to do and where to start and how. Ask God to take away any fears that are stopping you from being your very best and really living and he will help you. Also if you have any hobbies that could possibly give you an idea for a job go for it.
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answered Sep 30, 2014 by anonymous  
i know where youre coming from know youre not alone. i my self are going through this and it is very difficult but there are brighter days you should get yourself out there and go places . sometimes this can get you really down and make you think about everything.
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answered Oct 13, 2014 by Rebbecca   3 6
Dear to whom it concerns I totally get you there as I to have fallen into the same category from time and time again. However it's all about faith if we believe the impossible becomes the possible. If you believe in God he will help you in all your tasks like getting a job, socializing and much more. All you have to do is believe and it will be so, believe in him and believe he will be there every step of your way and you will succeed. I now socialize way more then I ever had even with neighbors in which I was not crush on before and am currently working on a business with which is flourishing and I haven't even finished getting it started. I am writing novels for children and teenagers and haven't even finished the publish progress and I already have buyers.
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answered May 30, 2016 by RJ  
Hi

I can totally understand where you are coming from. I have been through this phase, where I had huge fear and anxiety about my professional life and my life in general. I am 35 now and it is much better now, however some days are a bit struggle. Whats funny is that I am successful now, but I still do feel the fear of talking to people or anxiety about my work. I am one of the best performers at my work but the fear & anxiety creep up sometimes. I guess, the point I am making is this is normal.

You should try and not make a big deal out of it. Get out, talk to people, just try and land any job. The worst enemy is not taking any action. One of key tools I use is visualisation i.e. how I want situation to go, how I want to land a job, talk to someone, etc.

I remember, I had to land a job as a bartender and I overdressed for the job interview. It was pointed out to me later by my colleagues. I did get the job and ended up being good at it.

I hope, if one thing you take out of this is, the power of visualisation. Visualising what you want out of situation, your day and taking action.  There is only one way out and it is taking action.

All the best!
RJ
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Profile Photo answered Dec 8, 2017 by Perera (140 points)  
Please help me !
I am verry pure man I am educated guy and i haven't job yet, my country is not a developed and please  supported to me I want to abroad to developed country for my future financial problems, please help me ! i fed up with my life.

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