Long story short but I have a buldging disc in my neck and have been suffering from pain off and on for the last 4 months. I've tried so many treatments (all non invasive) and nothing seems to be helping me. Sometimes I make progress and then I regress. I've really noticed a decline in my overall mental health because of my physical ailments. I find myself getting really anxious and depressed about the thought of never getting better or having to do an invasive treatment to find a cure. Im not sure if this is normal or if I'm just being a hypochondriac. Any advice on how I can support my mental health during this time would be appreciated :)
I've always had an interest in a wide variety of things; from video games to books, movies, computer science, biology, and music. While these interests have served me well either as hobbies, extracurriculars, or in classes, now that I am in college I need to start narrowing down my fields of interest so that I can get a job, preferably one which I really love doing. My only problem is figuring out how to choose a career path (especially with so many different opportunities out there) that both provides a comfortable living and that I really enjoy. So far what I've heard is that either you're not as wealthy and suffer a bit in that regard but you really love your job or vice versa you don't really love your job but you can definitely live comfortably and pay back student loans. Thoughts?