How to be brave?

Malaysia
December 31, 2017 2:30am CST
After being at home for 10 years plus, I don't have the courage to seek job outside my home. I am 36. Many questions pop outs whether I can adapt to the attitude of people nowadays. How to be brave?
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@aureliah (17742)
31 Dec
I think it would be a great exposure to seek for a job outside your home.
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
I expose really a lot when I was 20s till 30 years old. Now really not interested.
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@aureliah (17742)
1 Jan
@wongchoiyee Then you should just concentrate on what you love and you will be okay
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• Malaysia
1 Jan
@aureliah ok thanks for the encouragement. love u guys.
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@shivamani10 (11205)
• Hyderabad, India
31 Dec
You are only 36. Are you feeling like an Alien? Are you? This is simply a rotating world. Nobody is a permanent creature or nobody is greater than anybody.Be brave and come out. The world is for knowing but not for hiding.
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
I know but previous working experience with these no moral value people makes me fed up and doesn't want to go out. I hope I can find something to do at home.
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
Actually I like to do the things I like for eg. earning online but my parents want me to do office job.
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@shivamani10 (11205)
• Hyderabad, India
31 Dec
@wongchoiyee You can do both. If you are confident of earning more than the regular office work you can convince your parents. This is not a problem. But, working in office, has got its own advantages.You can practically move in the society and the social interaction will be more.
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@nomus24g (24361)
• India
31 Dec
Experience will make you brave and help you to fight circumstances...
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
I'll try it
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@nomus24g (24361)
• India
31 Dec
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@RodrickH (11871)
• China
31 Dec
Just be yourself,find out what you are good at,I'm sure you will find the job
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
thank you for the encouragement
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@jstory07 (69008)
• Roseburg, Oregon
31 Dec
A long as you can work out of your home you are good.
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• Malaysia
31 Dec
yes I do think so too
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@peachpurple (12758)
• Malaysia
7 Jan
Honestly I am in your shoes, I had been a stay at home mum for ten years, now my kids are independent, my hubby wants me to go out to work instead of earning money at home. The first thing I encounter looking for jobs us my age and the interviewer asked why took you ten years to come back into working world, discrimination. I was rejected. I can understand you.
• Malaysia
8 Jan
yes the interviewer normally ask that.