MentalDisruption's forum posts
Yeah black friday sucks. Always has. I worked 1-10 yesterday, missed thanksgiving dinner, and then had to go to bed immediately because I'm also working 8-4 today. I'd be all for having thanksgiving on another day like some people suggest, but i don't control the day the rest of my family drives down from Wisconsin. Oh, and I'm also working all weekend so its not like I have a chance to anyway. Luckily I get holiday pay, but a lot of my friends that I work with don't simply because they haven't been at the store long enough but still get scheduled for this crap anyway.
Wouldn't blame you if you did! That game was one of my favorite surprises this last gen. Never expected to enjoy it as much as I do.
Oh my god, you just said "Last-Gen"
We're really here.... Ughhh so sudden.
It felt weird as hell typing it. I had to rethink the sentence to decide if it was the right thing to say or not. Weird times.
How often she texts you doesn't matter as much as how she texts you. Does she show an interest in what you;re saying and say things to help carry a conversation when she does respond? If you're just getting "ok", "yeah", etc. then I would wonder about it.
Ultimately don't worry about it though. Some people just don't like to text, and some may not want to spend all day texting someone. Personally I don't when I'm first getting to know a girl because I don't want to say everything I have to say over a text. I'd rather save it and be able to have a conversation when in person. That's because I have problems with starting conversations on the spot, so that's just me. Just an example of why someone may not spend all day texting you. If you really want to dig into why she isn't a frequent texter, just mention texting casually. I had one case where a girl actually confronted me about it because she thought I wasn't texting her often for a whole different reason. It didn't bug me and I just explained my texting habits to her. No harm no foul. This was after we were dating for a month though. Don't be that direct after only two dates. Like I said, mention texting if you want to push the conversation that way, but don't just straight out ask until there's more time going on.
The only time I would worry about this kind of texting behavior is if its unusual. If she goes from texting you non-stop to not texting you at all then you have a problem. That's not the case here though, so just stay the course. Keep showing an interest and going out with her if you want her. Text as often as you feel comfortable. If you overthink it you might over or under text. Just do what feels natural.
I had planned on reading all of the entries in this group, but then I saw Solaire.
You should ask yourself if dropping out would really solve anything. Would it help you feel any more fulfilled? If you want to get better at what you want to be your craft then work on that. You can write and develop the skill you want to develop on your own while still finishing the requirements you have to make for a degree. For example, I'm an IT major because I like computers and it'll be a decent job, but I spend a lot of my free time developing skills in drawing and doing graphical design because that's the craft that really makes me fill better about myself. I don't want to assume, but surely you must have time to yourself that you could dedicate to writing what you want to write?
That's just my opinion though. I feel like I get stuck in a rut sometimes too, but its not my biggest problem. Thing that burns me out most in college is when I get professors that don't click well with me. If I can't like or respect the professor then my motivation just gets shot, but if I do then I'm one of the best students in the class. Makes for some weird classes.