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EvolvingPhoenix
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RE: E3 Journal 3
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EP E3 Journal Men's Journals
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Day 7:

Just saw my employment specialist again today and went over my resume. It's very sparse and I don't feel I have much to add to it. All I've done for 10-11 years are the same repetitive tasks. I don't have a whole lot of skills related to anything other than customer service that I can say the experience gave me, but I was somehow able to pull 8 skills to list down out of my ass, and my employment specialist is telling me I need to list at least 2 more. Damn.

Started going to the gym last night. Slowly, I am leveling up my life.

I can say this: since going on E3, I haven't had any major periods of depression or beating myself up in self hatred. I dunno if that's because of E3 or just coincidence, I'm not really sure. But I've been at least more functional lately.