Is 30 too late to turn your life around?
I really need a lot of help. I'm 30 and still
live with parents. Before you judge, my
father developed multiple-sclerosis; thus
my family never fully-recovered. I feel I
never got a chance to learn a lot from him
but he can't be a good-father; he's handicapped.
I also have my issues. I have stage
2 liver-failure that I have to monitor
through no fault of my own. The doctors
said it's steato-hepatitis - most likely genetic.
Then, my parents required me to
take care of my grandmother who
died recently, so that took 6 years
out of my life.
So now, I don't know what to do?
I don't know whether to go back to work
in retail, finish a 2-year college degree
or get a certificate? or start a business?
I'm not stupid by any means. I just don't
want to be overwhelmed again as the last
15 years have been traumatic for my family.
How am I supposed to move forward? Help!
- anon99%Lv 52 months ago
I was forced to retire at 55 and leave a job i loved once you see there is no going back new start is easy
- RichardLv 62 months ago
- AnonymousLv 52 months ago
U could turn it around at 80
- MackLv 72 months ago
Find something that brings joy or gives satisfaction and then your world will open up. It is never too late. :)
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- BortLv 62 months ago
I didn't fall in to my niche until I was 25 and that is the average age most people actually start their careers after graduating college and going through the process of finding a job in the field they studied. I didn't graduate college and I didn't move out of my parents until I was 30. In your situation and because of things going on in the world right now I think your best course of action is probably to finish your degree.
Retail isn't going to get you anywhere. A degree has a better chance of improving the quality of your life.
- VelikovskyLv 72 months ago
Its never too late. Finish your degree, get a job, start over.