What’s Up With Me?

I’m a terrible gambler losing most of the money I’ve ever made. I’ve lost some sports bets than no man could ever believe. You know games where my team is up by 20 pts. with 4 minutes to play and I lose in O.T.
I just got pulled over the other day test driving a car around the block that I’d been working on for months. I got $700 in fines (no Ins. exp. inspection, exp. Registration). All this for a 30 second ride to see how the engine ran, so that I could then make the car legal.
I’ve broken 7 bones and no one else in my family has broken anything.
I suffer from panic attacks that only happen in quiet rooms with lots of people around.
I suffer from occasional impotency, due to being a heavy alcoholic.
I have type 2 diabetes and I’m only 33.
I left a career in the Army only to move back in with my parents.
I get rivered every time I play a poker tournament.
I have a girlfriend who is such a ***** and we hate each other.
I went to college for 5 years but ran out of money and didn’t grad

18 Comments

  1. Emmy j wrote
    at 23:49 - 5th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Stop drinking. Break up with your girl friend. You might do better at gambling when you are sober…lol…but seriously, alcohol can cause panic attacks…also alter your judgment. Sounds like you are feeding off alot of negative energy and bad karma. Live life right and your karma will change. I know it is not easy but it gets easier if you surround yourself with positive people. Maybe try to find yourself spiritually. Good luck

  2. lali wrote
    at 6:18 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Stop drinking
    Stop gambling.
    Talk to a counselor.
    Take a break from GF.
    Think about your relationship and decide what to do with life after stopping alcohol for 2 months. Take up some exercises or Yoga.
    Think about life and take actions to do good in life.
    Eat healthy. takecare of your body. earn money. Be nice to people.
    Every thing will be fine.

  3. not in use wrote
    at 7:59 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    vote obama, your life will be better.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LbYz7zQB?

  4. patricki wrote
    at 8:41 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    the answer to all of the above is…….
    you are an alcoholic.
    there is help for that check the yellow pages.
    life will only continue to get worst until you get help!!

  5. desireen wrote
    at 8:45 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Go see a therapist they will be able to help you figure things out.

  6. Dew wrote
    at 13:27 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Well I would say you have some issues with gambling and alcohol you need to go see a Dr and get some Help.

  7. cashloyl wrote
    at 16:00 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    You give up too easy and fall for anything. Stop it.

  8. Pamela78 wrote
    at 19:31 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    AA support groups is all i can think of. Sorry.

  9. jealbaro wrote
    at 20:38 - 6th Luty 2010 Permalink

    All of the above.
    Get over yourself, get strong, and change your attitude.

  10. missmojo wrote
    at 0:53 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Well the first problem I see is you looking at yourself like a vicitim. Get over it and take responsiblity for your own actions. You are an adult you know………

  11. Ryan E wrote
    at 7:41 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    STOP GAMBLING!!!!

  12. ?babycak wrote
    at 11:11 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    u suck

  13. LOVE wrote
    at 15:01 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    your a guy that just cant say know

  14. J-dawg wrote
    at 18:53 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Your attitude towards yourself and life is kinda appalling… I mean a lot of crap has happened to you but you really need to try and get some help to accept yourself and stop gambling and drinking because those only hurt you. If you hate your girlfriend break up… there is no need to stay in an unhealthy relationship. That only adds more stress. You can turn your life around, it’s just going to take some time and effort to do it.

  15. ??? wrote
    at 21:31 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Get over yourself.
    You’re an adult, live life to its fullest,
    and don’t worry about the sh*t life gives you,
    life is a b*tch, if it was a slut, it’d be easy.
    Concentrate about the positive aspects in your life,
    like the fact that you have food on the table everyday, a family to live with, a house with a roof AND girlfriend.
    But I also suggest dumping the girlfriend if you just hate her.

  16. Talia wrote
    at 22:09 - 7th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Most people in life are always wondering if there is something better out there, whether it be taking a gambling risk, wishing for a different partner, or being unhappy with your career. It sounds like you are stuck in a funk, and instead of improving it the right way, you keep going for instant gratification. This of course feels good for the duration of the 30 second joy ride, but afterwards you’re stuck with a 700 dollar ticket. If I were you, I’d tell myself not to gamble, for any reason, even if it sounds like a safe bet. If you don’t have money, don’t spend it. I’d break up with my ***** for a girlfriend, no matter how familiar and safe it seems. Then I’d save up enough money to move out of my parents house and go back to college and stop drinking. You’re 33. It’s time to grow up and start being better at life. You’re the only one that can save you– don’t look to other people or things.

  17. Ira wrote
    at 3:30 - 8th Luty 2010 Permalink

    You have a glitch in the matrix, somehow. You’ve got to look at the fact that the root of all your misfortunes is deep-rooted in YOU. Pin-point the mistakes about your bad karma, and change them. Start with your negative out-look on the bad luck you keep having, and use them as learning lessons. You’ll begin to see things changing for the better. Accept your diabetes diagnosis and celebrate life instead. Accept the things you cannot change; acquire the courage to change the things that you can,… and have the wisdom to know the difference between the two. You’ll be fine,… I put that on everything.

  18. nevit wrote
    at 7:47 - 8th Luty 2010 Permalink

    It sounds like there is no simple answer. At the very least you have a self-destructive nature, extremely short-sighted and poor judgement, you tend toward all things bad and seem incapable of following through on anything positive.
    The good news is there is some reason that you are the way you are. Stop drinking completely. Once a person is an alchoholic they are either a recovering alchoholic who does not drink, or just a plain alchoholic whose life is on a constant down hill slide until you reach rock bottom. So stop drinking. Stop gambling…you only lose and who needs that. By stopping you will automatically have one in the „win” column.
    Now, take the money you save by not gambling and not drinking and find yourself a therapist who can help you. this is not always easy. It takes work to find the right one, but start searching. And once you find the person that your gut tells you can help you …stick to it. Unravel the knotted past and find out what has made life such a challenge for you.
    At 33 there’s still time to change and make something worthwhile out of your life.

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