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I'm 27 years old, and have gotten through college as a full

I'm 27 years old, and have gotten through college as a full time student. Being on SSD along with taking college full time I've never had a real job, just under the table work to help with Bill's. I was never taught growing up that having a simple job like dishwashing or waiting tables would look good for me to get into a career. I checked my previous emails today and saw that since this past November I've applied to 102 jobs and everyone turned me down because I have no legal previous work history. I'm up to my ears in debt. Well over $50,000. I'm angry all the time, struggling with my past traumas, I hate myself so much that I regret waking every morning to see that I'm still alive. Suicide has been on my mind many times lately, but I haven't acted on it. I CONSTANTLY feel alone even though I live with my girlfriend of 8 years, because she's dealing with her own trauma and doesnt understand mine. I'm a broken man.

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[1225]
Jun 11

Hi there. I understand your difficult situation. You are not alone in your struggle - there are a lot of people with student loan debt. Fortunately there are resources that can help you. Does your college have a placement office? Do they know of any paid internship positions? That is a good place to start. In addition to that you can find help from your local Workforce office - they can maybe get you some specific training for your field of interest. The website USA.gov has jobs available. Your local church may have a job search ministry. They can not only help you find a job but also provide support and pray over your situation. Don't give up hope - something will come up. Prayers that things turn up soon!

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[1850]
Jun 14

I have friends that sell their artwork online through a site called deviantart and through Twitter. You can’t exactly sell them for a huge amount but you can make some money while doing what you love.

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[1850]
Jun 14

I have friends that sell their artwork online through a site called deviantart and through Twitter. You can’t exactly sell them for a huge amount but you can make some money while doing what you love.

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