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  • It depends on what is wrong with it and why it's going down the drain. It's hard to say without knowing more details.
  • Go directly to the hardware store and get a new drain plug. Time's a-wastin'! Also, get a counselor. If I didn't see one regularly I'd be 2/3 nuts instead of only 1/2. :)
  • The first Most important step is to diagnose the problem. Then see what you can do in your power to solve it. Is there something lacking in your job, this may be a sign to consider alternate career routes. If this is a relationship problem consult your partner they may also share the same setiments about the problem. These are just a few ideas.
  • turn on the 'garbage' disposal and get rid of the garbage...then you life will flow smoothly...until you add more garbage to it....
  • Baby steps. You already figured out you don't like the way your life is going, so now all you have to do is make some changes. This can be hard, so start small. First, clean/organize your home. This serves to symbolize a blank slate and a new beginning. Waking up to a clean home makes everything feel better and easier. Try making lists of things you have been putting off. Think: sink full of dishes? get a hair cut? trim your nails? pay your bills? Start with the little things and try to cross a few things off your list every day. This will begin to give you confidence in yourself to change. If you don't already, start exercising. Again start small. Go for a 10 minute run, after a while, kick it up to 15, 20. At the same time, start eating healthier. If you don't know where to start, google it. This will make your body feel strong, healthy, and give you more energy. If you're up to it, I've found meditation to be a wonderful thing in terms of understanding yourself, your goals, your needs, etc. If you are interested ask me. This is a good start. I don't know what it is that you feel is causing your life to go down the drain. BUT - figure out what that is, and consider that change to be your main goal. Good luck! Feel free to ask questions - I've been there and think I can help.
  • realize that a fulfilling life can also exist in a drain if you are creative
  • Well here's some details :) Well I'm kinda guessing at this. But around seven months ago, I lost a really really great relationship, that hit me pretty hard and I spent a couple of months getting over her, I then went through a stage of not caring about myself or anything, like anything was okay, I got curious, kissed a guy once, a bunch of my best friends couldn't handle it, I lost them all. I ended up having to find a completely new group of friends. Since then I met a girl at school, she's become the best friend I've ever had, I trust her more than anything, we were almost in a relationship and everything after a few months, and then she changed her mind, this it me pretty hard again, and since then we've just been flirty friends and really good friends. I was going out with another girl a couple of months ago, that relationship didn't work and just proceeded to stress me out and confuse me majorly. Since then I've just managed to screw every girl thing up. And now the one that might have a chance of working, is just not going to end up working. I've have just started Year 11 at school, first year of Senior School, and I have managed to take the three subjects that I like, but also give you the most homework and work out of any other subject, I don't really like any of them anymore, and am finding it hard to cope with all the work. I'm getting less sleep trying to keep up with all the work, and then being more tired at school, not being able to concentrate as much in class, and then getting more and more homework, and it's all just going downhill. On top of that I'm trying to keep up my social life, learn an instrument and go skiing. My friends are all now very worried about me and are also stressing about with their worrying about me. And I really don't know what to do.

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