I really dont care to be out/doing shit. I save my money, I'm frugal, my work is my hobby and career, and I got plenty of friends through it. Dating isn't a priority until my career is 100% set.>yeah, they see their friends' and family member's adult children be successful and venture out into the world on their own, supporting themselves. Yet here you are- faggot ass OP who can't even feed himself or house hismelf like some sort of baby
You are correct about this, I won't lie. It's the pain I must endure until I'm out of the house and I can prove them wrong.>the world is a hostile place- that is the default. Learn this truth quick. You could probably be acting this way, probably in your teens. But if you're a grown ass adult, it's just embarassing.
Also true. I won't deny the truth in what you're saying. >Yes, but you shouldn't be above basic, normal work. If you think you can cut it at the high-stakes, high-income sphere of influence, you probably cant because you cant even master what is before you: basic work that can support you for a living.
I make money, just not enough to fully move out on my own and live comfortably. I'm using my parents' place as time to make a nest egg for myself.>realize this- loser OP
Trying to be Tate so bad is kinda cringe, and that's coming from someone who agrees mostly with him.>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrJj1knSGrA
I watched it, and I agree with the shit. Again, I just have to work harder, sleep less, tackle a grander plan of attack to guarantee better income.>You ain't special my boy.
I think you miss the point heavily. I don't believe I'm special or what I'm doing is necessarily the "best route to live," I moreso feel that I have a reasonable plan of attack that takes time to curate. I've only been on this path for a few months. I quit my daytime job in an attempt to make this shit work with a savings. My parents just don't believe in "online work."