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    For me, it was around September 1998. I also lost trust of the entertainment that month and that year.

    September 1998 - March 2002 were the dark ages of my life.
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      When the summer of 2000 was coming to an end I became to feel a change. High school was approaching and the care-free days were coming to an end.
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        I can't speak for the rest here, but my life is going up hill. If your childhood was better than your adult life, its time to get off your ass and change something.
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          bassman21 wrote:
          I can't speak for the rest here, but my life is going up hill. If your childhood was better than your adult life, its time to get off your ass and change something.


          There are many factors in life that you just cannot change. The reason I liked my childhood is the mindset that I had about being happy to be alive, having a care-free attitude and holding on to the innocence that childhood is all about. As you get older different life circumstances can take away everything you've once known and your world can come crashing down. Mix that with bad experiences, negative thought patterns, substance abuse, etc. and sometimes you can't get back what you once had.
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            My life went downhill from the start of middle school to the end of middle school, and then it went uphill.
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              randomuser2349 wrote:
              My life went downhill from the start of middle school to the end of middle school, and then it went uphill.


              My life definitely went downhill in middle school and it also shut back up and then somewhat went down. I know now that I was severely depressed and I always kept my feelings inside and tried to distract myself with tv and video games but what I really needed at that time was a role model and guidance in my life.
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                I guess I hit a rutt after high school. At 18 I moved out of my parents house and in with some relatives. I planned to stay with them for less than a year, but wound up staying for like two years before I finaly had enough money to get my own place. Then it got worst, I was always working and always broke. I couldn't even get government help for college because my parents made too much money; I wasn't even living with them or recieving any help from them. So there I was working a million hours a week for peanuts and I couldn't even go to college to try and better myself, That had to be my lowest point.
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                  bklynbren wrote:
                  I guess I hit a rutt after high school. At 18 I moved out of my parents house and in with some relatives. I planned to stay with them for less than a year, but wound up staying for like two years before I finaly had enough money to get my own place. Then it got worst, I was always working and always broke. I couldn't even get government help for college because my parents made too much money; I wasn't even living with them or recieving any help from them. So there I was working a million hours a week for peanuts and I couldn't even go to college to try and better myself, That had to be my lowest point.


                  That sucks but college is a huge waste of time I say. You waste all of this time, money and energy and at the end you're older and with a ton of debt. There are other ways you can better yourself on your own without having some professor give you a bunch of things to read, take tests and write papers.
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                    RomanBlade86 wrote:
                    bklynbren wrote:
                    I guess I hit a rutt after high school. At 18 I moved out of my parents house and in with some relatives. I planned to stay with them for less than a year, but wound up staying for like two years before I finaly had enough money to get my own place. Then it got worst, I was always working and always broke. I couldn't even get government help for college because my parents made too much money; I wasn't even living with them or recieving any help from them. So there I was working a million hours a week for peanuts and I couldn't even go to college to try and better myself, That had to be my lowest point.


                    That sucks but college is a huge waste of time I say. You waste all of this time, money and energy and at the end you're older and with a ton of debt. There are other ways you can better yourself on your own without having some professor give you a bunch of things to read, take tests and write papers.


                    That's true to a degree. Enyone can self study and get themselves certified in just about any field and start working quick. They'll rack up tons of experience while others are still in school. But there comes a point in most people's careers when they can't advance without some kind of degree.
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