INTJ. A year ago I thought I was living. I never learned how very wrong I was until I adopted my son. Sure, it was stressful at first, and I may have second guessed everything I was doing, but we made it! He is nine months old now and there is nothing better than watching him learn and discover the world that is growing around him.
In the beginning of this year I ran into some health issues and had to drop my spot in medical school. I am (hopefully) planning to get back into it this Fall, but that is up to how I am doing when that time comes. Until then, I am a full time father and I'm in nursing school - soon to graduate. I own my own house here and I recently bought an island on a small lake in Michigan that has a large cottage on it. I go between Michigan and Indianapolis often to visit family and friends.
Telling me to calm down when I'm frustrated is like trying to baptize a cat. You cannot hang out with negative people and expect a positive life. Expecting the World to be fair because you're fair is like expecting a Lion not to eat you because you didn't eat him. Average people learn from their own mistakes, intelligent people learn from other people's mistakes. Giving up on your goal because of a setback is like slashing your other three tires because the other one is flat.