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I have lost everyone in this world, and I’m just 17.
Women, men, my mother everyone hates me. My ex, she’ll shoot herself but talk to me. I dropped out of college because of this, I have no reason to be alive. Even if I don’t have anyone, I don’t know why I’m living.
I’m stuck in this endless pursuit of making money and career, but for whom ? I might never have a wife or children and what after my mother dies ? I’ll become an orphan.
All my friends and exes moved on with life but mine failed. I don’t feel I should live anymore. What’s the point anyway ? Wish I had people who loved me :)

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Anonymous

Hey. What’s the point in dying. Let’s do something adventurous.
We make a career for ourselves, get money and then who knows man? Maybe you will the most beautiful girl. Maybe you will meet your favorite actress and she’ll fall in love with you.
Anything can happen! But only if we actually live.
Life has ups and downs, you may have nothing right now or maybe you have everything but you cannot recognise it. All I’m saying is that life is worth living.
And you are just 17. Your life has just started bro! Live it and enjoy it. 💛

Anonymous

U ARE 17 FOR GOD’S SAKE…
UR “EX” ISNT THE ONLY WOMAN IN THE WORLD… YEAH FRIENDS MOVE… THEY HAVE THEIR OWN LIVES!
AS DO U…
Stop being miserable for a future u dont know anything abt… u “might” have a family and a great future…
The world “might” end in 10 years… we dont know that… are we bothered by it to the point of killing ourselves? Noooo…

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Hey Anonymous,

The world can feel like a lot when you’re a teen, and your feelings are valid. That said, sharing an experience from someone who used to be 17 not so long ago - it gets better.

It’s not wrong to be different, as you go further in life, you’ll find people and opportunities who resonate with the real you. Go, find your tribe. Form your connections. But also give yourself time to get to know who you are. You’re your own first friend.

I see from your message that you’re worried about your career - getting to know yourself better will also help you with they as you’ll figure out what you’re passionate about.

As for the wife and kids, please don’t view a career as a means to a family. Those are two very separate things. And remember: families can be formed over time as well.

Good luck in your ventures!