Yeah, I was 35 or so when I went through what you went through. I have to many interests but not enough passions. So I decided to go to a career counselor. Expensiveish, but worth it. Took lots of tests and spent about 600 bucks. But was able to figure out things that I love to do where I can make a living and not feel like I was a prisoner or a slave.
I am starting out to become an RN ( Male RN thank you). Then I hope to specialize. It is unbelievable all the avenues you can go once you become a nurse.
You have to search, harder then anything you have ever done. Never quit, know that you have something to give to the world, find it and then exploit the crap out of it. ( to your advantage and those who come in contact with you.) If you you go to college, wear out a path to the career counselors office. Use all the materials available to you now while you have them. Go on career day event and see what its like doing this or that. FUN
GO GO GO GOOO......!!!!!!
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