Where can I start over with nothing, no money, no job, no life, no friends and no family?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Zaire Sloan



Where can I start over with nothing, no money, no job, no life, no friends and no family?

I know this is an old question, but in case anyone reading this wants to read this.

Join the army! Get online and read about: Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy, Space Force and Coast Guard. There are different general requirements (age, education, health), careers / jobs, duties, pay rates, purposes, etc. for each service. You get a bed, food, uniforms, job training, PAY, etc. They do drug / alcohol tests, so please keep yourself clean.

Google The Job Corps. They take 16-24 year olds for job training, high school classes / GED prep (good if you want to join the military later.

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I know this is an old question, but in case anyone reading this wants to read this.

Join the army! Get online and read about: Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy, Space Force and Coast Guard. There are different general requirements (age, education, health), careers / jobs, duties, pay rates, purposes, etc. for each service. You get a bed, food, uniforms, job training, PAY, etc. They do drug / alcohol tests, so please keep yourself clean.

Google The Job Corps. They take 16-24 year olds for job training, high school classes / GED prep (good if you want to join the military later. Get your diploma and training in something the military needs - this will mean a higher salary for! you!) a bed, food, job training, a living allowance and much more. They also do drug / alcohol tests.

Go to the Salvation Army and try to get into one of their programs. Look for food banks and soup kitchens. Shelters are an option - some are good, some are terrible. Be careful and keep an eye on your property, people steal!

Don't choose to be homeless! Get into one of these programs mentioned above. Do the best you can and never give up. Keep a positive attitude. When one is positive, others want to help you. It is part of human nature for people to help others who are really trying to improve themselves. Stay safe! Good luck!

In fact, I had to do this once. It was many years ago and I was on the run from an abusive ex-husband. I chose a direction (north, because I had never been north). He had $ 250, a 6-year-old daughter, an old car, and some of our clothes. When I have told this story (NOT often) people have said that I was brave. I was not brave. I was desperate. Which meant he was ready to do whatever he had to do. (This didn't include anything illegal, I had a 6-year-old who was dependent on me, and he had no one but me!) Somehow opportunities presented themselves: a room to live in, a hob to cook, a mattress. .. a part t

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In fact, I had to do this once. It was many years ago and I was on the run from an abusive ex-husband. I chose a direction (north, because I had never been north). He had $ 250, a 6-year-old daughter, an old car, and some of our clothes. When I have told this story (NOT often) people have said that I was brave. I was not brave. I was desperate. Which meant he was ready to do whatever he had to do. (This didn't include anything illegal, I had a 6-year-old who was dependent on me, and he had no one but me!) Somehow opportunities presented themselves: a room to live in, a hob to cook, a mattress. .. a part-time job…. And so it was, over and over again…. Over the years things got better. I think my answer comes down to this: if you have nothing, EVERYTHING will be an improvement. You have to be prepared to do whatever you have to do to improve things, little by little. Yes it's hard. Yes, you will cry. Determination is needed. If you have that, choose an address.

Hi Frank, maybe you start first with something you have ...

You can see, maybe you are healthy, you have a phone or a computer that works (serieus, not kidding, but reality)

You have "the balls" to ask for help, good for you, I'm proud of you.

Maybe you lost everything because you were in a life that seemed happy and yours, but it was like glass and everything was broken.

When you trust yourself that you have the power to live all of this, use this power now in a positive way and just ask yourself now:

"What I need first now", that ... What I now choose to become me, really me. What are your talents, what

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Hi Frank, maybe you start first with something you have ...

You can see, maybe you are healthy, you have a phone or a computer that works (serieus, not kidding, but reality)

You have "the balls" to ask for help, good for you, I'm proud of you.

Maybe you lost everything because you were in a life that seemed happy and yours, but it was like glass and everything was broken.

When you trust yourself that you have the power to live all of this, use this power now in a positive way and just ask yourself now:

"What I need first now", that ... What I now choose to become me, really me. What are their talents, what do they experience.

Make a plan and start with the first thing that is most important to you to do, no one can answer that question, so start now.

I don't wish you luck ... Just do it with the power that is yours. I trust your inner power.

I suggest you think about what you like, find out what jobs have a use for the skills you enjoy using.
Also, I think it's best to get a job that includes gifts or discounts on things you need like food / sundries or clothing, etc. At least when it's just beginning.

Try to get several part-time jobs, quit the jobs you hate, and keep the ones you enjoy. I find part time jobs easier to come by, you can also deal with a different set of people / problems, it's a lot less boring that way. I find that different jobs work with different skills, so it gets better at more than one thing.

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I suggest you think about what you like, find out what jobs have a use for the skills you enjoy using.
Also, I think it's best to get a job that includes gifts or discounts on things you need like food / sundries or clothing, etc. At least when it's just beginning.

Try to get several part-time jobs, quit the jobs you hate, and keep the ones you enjoy. I find part time jobs easier to come by, you can also deal with a different set of people / problems, it's a lot less boring that way. I find that different jobs work with different skills, so you get better at more than one thing, often different jobs can complement each other. Mastering the skills is a great feeling as well as being useful.

If part-time work is hard to come by, try volunteering. It's rewarding, you can meet people this way and dedicate that time to your resume.

If you can't do anything but survive for now, take several odd jobs or work two part-time jobs. Get better and better at the kinds of jobs that you ultimately enjoyed doing, and eliminate the rest.

You can turn to cyberspace and a public library to learn additional skills and be better qualified. I know a guy who only had a high school diploma, and he spent years and years playing on his computer. He taught himself to type, trained and trained until he could pronounce more than 100 words per minute, got his first job in a computer store, and was subsequently employed as a typographer for a newspaper p

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If you can't do anything but survive for now, take several odd jobs or work two part-time jobs. Get better and better at the kinds of jobs that you ultimately enjoyed doing, and eliminate the rest.

You can turn to cyberspace and a public library to learn additional skills and be better qualified. I know a guy who only had a high school diploma, and he spent years and years playing on his computer. He taught himself to type, trained and trained until he could pronounce more than 100 words per minute, got his first job at a computer store, and subsequently worked as a typewriter for a newspaper publisher.

(Excuse my English)

If I was as religious as my mom, I'd tell you to go to church.

Do you really think you have nothing? Are you sure you have a friend? Surely there are many people who want to support you, be close to you, be with you and want to be your friend ...

You're breathing so I guess you have a life ...

Are you thankful If so, I think you can look for work anywhere.

If not, I'm pretty sure you have a hidden ability ...

If you want to start over, you can do it wherever you are… (My opinion…)

I can tell you what I did. It worked for me, Big Time, and it could work for you if you give it a shot and give the idea time to sink in - I joined the Army, got a great education, and gained so much balance and self-confidence / respect. "I could never put a price tag on it." Everything was there, buried deep down, so low that I never suspected it was there. All he needed was the right guidance and a lot of tough love. I learned to take care of myself while helping my peers, and they did the same for me. Is that how it works.

If you have a vehicle, anywhere can be a start. Although you will generally need a little money to get started. Bus ticket, accommodation, food, etc. All of that takes money. If you are healthy and have no criminal record, try the military. They will offer you all of your basic needs plus job training, pay, college search, and health coverage. It is like having parents. Only they are parents who can imprison you, if you disobey.

SLABCITY bro..Go google it.

I am in a similar situation to yours. So I've been starving, saving up to 80% of my low-wage, shitty part-time job to buy necessities and equipment to bring to Slabcity.

I will be self-sufficient by living off the grid and growing my own food. It is like living in nature, but only a little more comfortable and safe.

Ok I am not getting this hopeless full answer, if you have a good degree, go to Saudi Arabia, they will give you a job because they need manpower, learn some Arabic while you are there and take advantage of your time there and develop your professional potential, your tax free money cheap to live and meet some expat friends there, then start looking at the glass half full, if you want to change something, first change your attitude and then everything will follow

That is evident from the wrong social system that we practice today. No man should ever get to that point, where the right approach is in place.

It is true that anyone could be defeated, but not to the point of helplessness.

For this reason, believe in your prospects. Say a small prayer with good intentions and be open to go where your spirit takes you.

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