Your right to acknowledge the state you are in, this acknowledgement of being perpetually stuck and not knowing the answer is much better than the state of denial where you believe nothing can be done. Now you see that you have options, but are unsure what option to choose. This is not a bad thing is actually a progressive move. Yet the next stage is to figure out which choices are going to be productive in the long term range, and what solutions you will have to garner in the present state of existence. I totally relate to this entry because I too am basically in the same state of mind where it seems like I'm going in circles. But I also know psychologically that acknowledgement of a problem is the first step toward solving it. Acknowledging that you don't know where to go with your life is the first step toward figuring out where you want to go. It does no good to pretend that you know what is best for you when you truly don't. Seeking the advice of others can help, pertaining that the advice they give you is not taken blindly, but rather weighed and thought about. I made the mistake of blindly following the advice of others, some of conflicting with other advice before I realized that the advice that people give to me isn't always accurate for my situation. I am stuck too, but I am aware that I am stuck which in a way makes me somewhat relieved, yes somewhat apprehensive, but relieved that at least I am no longer denying my reality.