I Don't Know What I Want To Do With My Life

I'm 27 and now married. I'm in great shape and am very intelligent. Already got a BS in college, but never worked in the field. It was in exercise science and I learned near the end that places don't let you train properly, people never listen, and I don't give a damn about sports. I really only went because my mom was paying and I had no idea what else to do. I worked for a couple years in security and then went to the Navy, hoping for adventure and that a major life change would help. It did not. In fact, the Navy was the most disappointing thing I've ever done. So much wasting time, so many stupid people, and nothing was challenging in the slightest. I got married just before my medical discharge for anxiety/depression. The wife stuff is good, but the rest is just bleh. Continued therapy after the Navy, but while my anxiety got better, the rest didn't.  I've moved around the country and now live in Hawaii. I'm constantly bored out of my mind. My plan is to wait for my wife to get out and then use the 60% of my GI bill to get a masters in social work. It sounds great, but I'm honestly just going for that because it makes sense, not because I want to. It ****** me off so much how stupid and lazy everyone is, so I figure maybe social work will help me change that. It's not my dream job. I don't have a dream job. I know I want to do something, but I have no idea what it is; I never have. I feel like I'm running out of time to do anything important. I'll probably just go to college for the masters and just play it out. I don't think I'll ever be satisfied or ever figure out what it is I really want to do. I've spent about ten years now really trying to, but I'm no closer than I was when I started. It's so weird, because I can solve anyone else's issue so fast. Even my own, whenever I know what I want to do. I fully believe I'm capable of doing anything I set my mind to, but I don't know what to set it to. I'm just doing things because they make sense.
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Sep 24, 2012