I lost my job yesterday after only 2 weeks, because of a small mistake I made. I was in the auto industry, and let me tell ya, it SUCKED. Im kinda glad I dont have to work a crappy schedule in a hot shop in 90+F heat anymore, but still, at least I had a job. Im supposed to be getting married next May, now, I dunno. My fiance was upset but agreed that we would get through it just like everything else. I dont know what I would do without her, shes been very supportive, as have my parents. Ive thought about going back to college, and likely will, but I have no idea what I want to do in life. I wish I could magically skip the next couple years or so, where Id be married and maybe start a family. Thats not possible, and actually, Id probably hate if that happened. However, I just feel really lost, depressed, and worried right now. I need to be able to support both of us, and I dont know what would happen were I to lose a job a third time. I thought I had found my "calling", what I really wanted to do, work on cars. It was fun, Ive always loved cars, and still do. But, Id rather work on my own car, and on family/friends, not random people who are very ungrateful. I guess that comes with any retail job though. My dream would be to own a classic car restoration shop, but I dont know how likely that is now. Sorry to ramble, but I need some kind of advice. Where can I go from here? I might as well go back to school, I get free tuition to any state school, which is awesome. Im having trouble finding info on careers though, I like figuring out why people are the way they are, maybe I could look into psychology? Im also very into history, and know some things about computers, Im no programmer though. Ive been asking everyone I know for ideas, everyone seems to say the same thing "do whatever you feel is the right career for you" but I dont know what that is yet. Im 21, would be a senior in college had I continued what I was doing (journalism major). I quit because I was no longer motivated, and was failing out of classes. However, I never would have had the great life experiences Ive had, and never would have met the woman I love so much.