I completely understand your sentiment. I too feel like a different person since I started dealing with anxiety. I been a lot better than what I was months ago. TLDR: helm of neitiznot, fury, berserker ring, dragon boots / legs, fighter torso, abyssal whip. You’ll have to level for a few of these things but it will be worth it. Once you get all of this, maybe invest in a set of guthan’s (70 melee req) as it helps sustain you during slayer tasks.
The stigma is something I still getting used to, but the reaction from people I told has surprised me, in a good way. I even dated one woman who told me she also got a coldsore and was so glad I brought it up because she was scared to. When I was telling a few friends that I had it, the third one said too and I knew I was far from alone..
I went back to school from scratch. I had a few failed attempts at college after high school, but never did enough to be worth any useful credits. It took me 3 years of community college + 2 years of university + a semester of student teaching. Even at closer ranges identification could range from difficult to impossible. While there is record of experienced sailors being able to notice differences in hull design between French and British warships these differences are not usually enough for proof positive identification. The British navy enacted a system of flag signals which required specific signal responses, in order to aid in identification.
The final sentiment is to accept that you will make mistakes. We all make mistakes in our pursuit for style ranging from overspending to not wearing jorts more. The key is understanding that it’s alright to make mistakes and that you can always try again.
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