>>11085>prime college time
You're an adult. Stop being pampered. College isn't children. You have the mindset to make deductions and find solutions. Use that instead of your emotions. Wallowing isn't synonymous with experience. Everyone experiences failure, letting it consume your thoughts is just stacking failure on top of itself. >>11081>Mental illness is a doozy
If it's mental illness, then it isn't normal, is it?>>11088
The CDC has published that Millenial males don't consider themselves adults until 27 and 25 for females. Emotional growth is stagnating and that's a serious issue. So although most current 20 year olds wouldn't agree, it is true that most 20 year olds are experiencing stunted growth, so still consider themselves children or transitioning into adulthood. Why is that? Maybe there are causes that keep young people from learning to cope and we should look for those solutions to that. >>11089
Just the last part. >>11090
Same with the response above. Wallowing in misery is not interchangeable with experience. Everyone loses a love, has a death in the family, and experiences failure. You shouldn't be wallowing in it after a point of maturity. Being disappointed with an outcome is not a reasonable excuse to focus heavily on despair or depression.
tl;dr get a hobby that produces something. completing tasks is a natural boost.