Setbacks are a apart of everyday life; whether they stem from anxiety, missed opportunity, hasty decisions, bad decisions or just the trials and tribulations of human life, they happen, and sometimes all we can do is embrace the mess and stay hopeful.
Two years ago I tried to tell my boyfriend about my anxiety. He didn't understand, didn't try to understand, didn't want to understand. For two years he was successful in silencing me, well not anymore. Anxiety isn’t tangible, but that doesn't mean it isn’t real.
Do you want to make as much money as possible? Do you want to help as many people as possible? Do you want to develop certain relationships with some more than others? Who do you want to be and what legacy do you want to leave?
It's far fetched to obtain a job within your desired field, or a "dream job" right out of college, but does that mean you should necessarily settle for something that will have you working 40+ hours/week with no substance in return?