I know this might sound stupid, but I often overthink about the future.
Well, Im 18, so its obviously too early to think about it, however, I do. I have a wonderful group of friends and they really do mean everything to me. They have been my rock for the past 8 years and we have been through a lot together, deaths, divorces, family dramas, bad relationships, tears, but through it all we always had each other.
However, nothing is forever, is it?? I cant help but think, as someone who is gay, what will happen when my friends start getting married, having kids, etc. I mean, your priorities change as does your lifestyle and interests.
Also, I am worried about the future in general. Being gay is anything but easy, and its even harder where I live. I would love to meet someone who I will truly love and be able to share life with and grow old together, but even if that does happen, will it be enough and satisfying living without a real family, children, etc
I mean, we only live once, so I dont want to screw up.
Any advice from someone who has more life experience?
The reason Im asking is because Im moving next September from a small town to a huge city, going to uni and basically starting a new life completely.