I am 36. and embarrassed to say, that im having a really hard time getting older. i have 3 children 1, 9 and 12, I didnt have a great time in High School. and I know there are many worse things that can happen and believe me i am living them, depression, anxiety addiction and many more, but i am making this group to see if anyone out there feels the same and what i can do to just realize the point i am in my life and enjoy it other than wish i was 17 again, doin things over in HS and actually enjoying it this time! i do think this has a lot to do with all of my other problems... i dont know, but it makes me depressed a lot! so if anyone else feels the same, let me know im not stupid for feeling this way, my husband makes me feel that way enough....
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