I was discharged from the military because of bipolar disorder. Since then I've been attending college an I'm about to get my Associates in Criminal Justice. I think I should have majored in something else because I can't seem to land a job within that field. I've been turned down countless times because of my bipolar history. Today I was denied a job and I just lost it. Sometimes I think I'm fighting a losing battle. I feel like I could earn all the degree's in the world and still end up working at McDonald's for the rest of my life because of my disorder. I've decided that toward the end of the year I am going to try and re-enlist into the military since I can't find a decent job, but even then there is a chance they might reject me aswell. If that ends up happening I might aswell off myself.
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