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Age 8: I'm going to be a veternarian when I grow up Age 12: I'm going to be a writer Age 14: I'm going to be a photographer Age 17: I'm going to be a set designer and stage worker Age 18: I'm going to be a museum curator
I...I don't know...
So everyone has that one thing they absolutely want to be when they grow up, right? I wonder how many of those people actually achieve that first inspired career choice. I wonder how many people actually stay interested in their career choice. All the way from when I was in elementary school, to the time I left high school, I was positive about what I wanted to do, at least at that time. Then, when I get into college, BAM! Any career choice I had ever picked out for myself was wiped out and I was once again left with a blank slate. The only difference is that I don't have anything to replace those old choices with on that blank white board in my brain titled "Future career". I have been in college for almost a year now and I know everyone says it's ok to not have a major picked out yet, but I cant stand the fact that I have no specific passions. I feel like nothing intrigues me to the point where I would want to do it for the rest of my life. Also, I'm only taking general studies classes, which is basically just glorified high school classes. I hated high school. If I wanted to re-live high school classes, I would've stayed the extra year instead of deciding to leave. I wish I had something that just struck me to the point where I could be like: "Oh my gosh I love this and want to do it forever". I think the problem is that a lot of things interest me to a point and that distracts me from trying to find what really interests me. I must have a form of career A.D.D. Do they have medication for that?