I am a recent college graduate just in may, and I feel very very fortunate to have a job given the current economy and many of my other friends not having jobs. I am lucky enough to have also began dating the most amazing person in the world shortly after graduation. She is a few years older than me(22 and she is 25) and she has a 5 year old son. Regardless of that I love her and she loves me, maybe quick after just 5-6 months but when its right, that's all that matters. Due to distances between us, about 35 minutes we see each other once during the week, but then usually spend much of the weekend together. So with this backstory of how fortunate I have it right now, I have to wonder why on certain days I have no desire to do anything but curl up in a ball and cry. I feel hopeless at work, not excited to be here because it is not my future career. As soon as another job came available I would leave. Other days I feel fine at work and am excited to work and talk to people. Being in telesales, it is important that I am in a positive mood to speak with my book of 200 clients. The thing is there are only three people in the world that I could truly tell how I feel and have them care: my mom, my dad, and my girlfriend. There is no clear direction to this post, there is only the feeling of typing this all out at work making me feel 1000 times better. I will prolly continue adding to this post as my feelings continue to develop and change, but I do have a few questions: 1) Is it normal to feel like it really sucks, that after spending 2.5 days with someone and having fun, and then having to go back to work, knowing it will be days before you see them again? 2) How many people hate their jobs at least once a week?