Hmm. Never made an Asylum post before. Basically, I've been taking life a day at a time for a while, hoping something would interest me enough to really go after it. Which was fine, for a little bit. But now, I'm going to turn 29 in a couple of weeks, and that attitude hasn't gotten me anywhere so far. The oddest thing is that I am a great Devil's Advocate and am good at problem solving. Additionally, I am pretty good at seeing the endgame of any idea for action that I might have. So I kind of know the solutions to my minor issues already, but I go back and forth quite frequently with myself. And in the short term, I know that if I worked out again, I would feel better, for a little while. I know that if I pursued further education, I would be interested and feel like I accomplished something, for a little while. If I got a new job, or even tried a new career, it would be the same story... Or, I could methodically pick up a girl and fuck her, not caring what she said, who she was, or about any of those things that should be important. I could game plan her and use input/output logic to get in her pants. But that would make me happy for all of 8 hours before I regretted that. Been there, too. The trouble is that I have done all these things before and come to the same end... over and over again, ad nauseam. I've known I've been a severe ADD case for a while, but I have resisted taking medication because I have a strong opinion that people try to medicate themselves out of their problems instead of dealing with them head on. Basically, until I've done something, I think it will be the best thing ever. Then I do it once, and I have no interest in doing it again, thinking that something else will be the best thing ever. I can't even see the same movie twice. Any feedback?