I felt similarly sometimes when I was your age.
I'm going to be honest, I'm not sure if it's just a funk you have to get through or whether trying to engage with people more might help, but know that things DO get better!
I know that's probably not what you want to hear, but try working on your attitude, try doing things outside your comfort zone, and maybe that will help.
I know how you feel, I used to feel the same way senior year of high school and majority of me early teenage years.
Seems like a lot of teenagers go through it time and time again. Like some weird rites of passage or something. But remember, as already said. Things do get better. But at the same time it relies on you to make a change as well.
Try something crazy or spontaneous. Maybe that'll help, just as long as its not dangerous. Kung-fu helps me out when I feel like that.
What crazy or spontaneous thing would you suggest?
I can't really decide for you since you and I may have different tastes. But maybe try taking up a musical instrument. But make sure you don't spend a lot of money or anything, just in case you choose not to continue.
I would prefer this to be answered by UK/English citizens, simply because there are culture differences and rules and whatnot, but I'll still value any advice you guys have for me.
I really want to get a job. However, I don't turn 16 for a month and I don't have a CV yet. I don't know how I would go about making one or getting one, should I go to ConneXions? When can I start applying for jobs?
I've looked, mostly on the internet, for jobs in my local area but there seems to be nothing but full-time apprenticeships, which I can't do because I'm going to college next year and quite frankly I care very little about getting a qualification in Customer Service, as I have no plans to work anywhere in that industry.
Luka: slam a bottle of champagne into my arse first
Throughout History, many great philosophers, inventors and indeed artists have lived.
I am not one of these people.
I need to get this lid on this shoe box to stay upright. Does anyone have any ideas on how to do it? Bare in mind I have access to very limited supplies. So no metals or anything expensive! So far I've tried cellotaping it at the creases so it can't bend, that didn't work, I then ran out of ideas so I thought I'd ask all of you.
Here's the box any how. At the moment without any support it's lid is down;
I want it to look like this minus my very very fetching hand
The pictures have been put through Instagram so some of you more 'indie' and 'hip' folk can help as well. CHEERS IN ADVANCE.