Our expert says:
Its sad if anyone goes through life after the teenage years, not knowing what they want to do or be. You're obviously intelligent and capable.
And its also clear that everyone needs a sense of meaning and purpose in their life.
Maybe arrange to see a psychologist who can help both by assessing your mental state ( a developing depression, for instance, can cause such a prevailing sense of meaninglessness, and needs treatment in its own right ) ; and also by performing psychological tests that can measure both your aptitudes ( things you're good at ) and interests ( things you'd enjoy doing with such aptitudes ), and helping you with career advice of alternative paths you may find more satisfying. Psychotherapy is a good way to explore, if neecessary after that, more basic issues of meaningfulness of one's way of life.
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