You say you need someone to teach you how to be independent in life, but independence involves, well, being independent.
Sometimes you just have to go out there and do it yourself.
You could start small by picking a goal here and there and achieving it. That would get you into a successful mindframe without risking too much.
Or you could just walk out of your current situation and get on with having your life to yourself.
Take it from one who knows, it's tough. You'll face people and situations you never could have imagined. But you'll gain your strength and develop
your inner resources.
You can wait your whole life for that special person to come and help you, but what if they don't turn up?
Will you have just sat there watching your life go by? Or will you learn to be that special person and guide and teach yourself?
You'll probably make mistakes, which you'll learn from. You'll probably be lonely, so learn to enjoy your own company.
You want to learn about Astrology? Buy a book. I've got boxes full of them. I probably skipped a few meals to pay for some of them.
You're worth more than being a shelf-stacker? Maybe not at the moment. Get a job stacking shelves and work your way up. You can live a good enough
life on a low paid job and welfare payments.
I starved in a bedsit on money from a low paid job and no welfare support
By the time I'd had enough of city life and went to veg-out in the country I was running a small company for an elderly boss who was only to happy for
me to take the responsibility.
Work offers you opportunities if you become that worker who's willing to step up and do more. Maybe that's where to look for your mentor but you have
to be prepared to offer something. Be worth another person's time and effort.
Hard work and a willingness to learn will get you a long way in life. Positive thinking and a can-do attitude will get you on your road to