>and now i’m learning how hard living in the world can be
Yeah, that's the crux of the issue for most of us isn't it. My hearts goes out to ya.>>78603
This is a good post. I agree with it all, but I think to be more specific OP is saying she was left without a lot of fundamental skills and knowledge that modern folks need to have because her parent(s?) was a schizo freak. OP, what kind of skills and knowledge do you want to have that you think you missed out on?
>since i don’t like college or the major i’m in
Naive question but, why'd you take on that major then? Have you ever taken one of those academic inventories where you input detailed info about your personality and skills and it gives you info about what you'd be best at? You kinda have to balance what you could do well and what actually has career prospects 'n stuff.
>and i doubt anyone would hire me
I started off 'behind' (and still am tbh), but even without any work experience in the beginning, wondering why anyone would hire me, I figured out that I was able to find some simple online volunteering stuff to do like grading some K12 essays and making a spreadsheets from some online research I was asked to do. It wasn't super easy to find them but if you are patient you'll come across those neat online ones that anyone can do. I'm sure that looked very cool on the resumé when I was first applying for a job (that I did get) without any proper work experience. This was the site I used: https://volunteermatch.org/
Cheers, rooting for you OP