I'm 30 (nearly "early 30s") and back living with my parents. Thanks to, well, I'd like to blame the economic climate for being particularly sucky to us ordinary folk, but I suppose I should accept some of the responsibilty myself. See, I'm a - recovered - alcoholic who
[More] ran up tons of debt and had to sell her flat. Time is quickly slipping away and I'm still unmarried, not even in a relationship, not fulfilling my university-educated employment potential, still paying off debts and still sulking about how unfair life is, like a petulant child. I've abstained from alcohol for almost a year now. Cigarettes - stopped for nearly 3 months. Currently trying to beat a fondness for prescription meds. It's like, I can kick the addiction, but I can't kick the addiction to being addicted. It's always gotta be something. And, I'm tired. I want a grown-up life, with grown-up problems. Instead, I'm just a failure. Yet again.
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