Low self esteem however I feel at work I overworked and not appreciated
I recently graduated at university of Teeside with a first class honours in creative digital media. I then completed a fellowship with a former colleague to set up a small business. This did not go to plan as we both did not follow it through; however we both completed the fellowship.
In my first year at university I used to fail in some of my subjects; however in my second year I decided to concentrate on the task rather than the failing. My grades improved dramatically. I decided to concentrate on just my studies in the final year. Which lost no contact with my friends.
I now temporarily work for a small business doing the art and animation. I think a lot is expected of me and I'm unsure if I'm up to the task at times as animation can be time consuming like most of the subjects I've studied.
I now get depressed because I never have any time. My hobby is my work and I worry for my future. Most of my friends are married and I'm not.
I work weekends, I don't get paid for overtime. I think this will improve my skills, however I've just been given a different brief to work on.
I don't want to seem pushy towards women as a go get attitude will not work and also sitting at my computer wont work either. Whereas my friends are travelling and successful, I'm only just managing to survive.
I read some of your articles too and I agree a positive attitude can over come challenges when I am being negative, or am I being realistic.
Sorry for some of the English grammar and spelling mistakes; however I do have dyslexia, not using that as an excuse though.