Hey There Chaps! I recentley joined my unit in late October 2007 after doing 6 months in ITC Catterick as a recruit and it's only now that i'm having my doubts. I know what you're thinking: Crowbag lol But seriously, I'm not enjoying my time here.It feels like Depot and we do alot of nothing and it's not what i joined up for.People keep saying "Oh it wil get better, just deal with it until a tour comes up", but they forget the glaring problem in that statement: I'm only ever going to tour for 6 months at a time and that still leaves another 6 months of rubbish to contend with at camp. We are stationed in the middle of nowhere, it's cold and it's wet,but thats not what bothers me.Infact, it doesn't at all. What bothers me is my view of the Army has been shattered by only a few months here.The Army and alot of personnel claim that it beats civilian life, you get to see the world and you make alot of friends. Yes, i've made a couple of very close friends, but that is in no way a balance to the amount of idiots, bullies and nutters that i've met.It's a shame that just a little brain matter distances you completley from the blokes.They see you as a smart arse because you can answer questions they can't, they see you as gobby when alls you are merely doing is sticking up for yourself which, regardless of you being in the army, you are still always allowed to do. You may be thinking "Ahh this is another weak individual who can't hack it", but this simply boils down to the fact that i can't deal with living a life with more downers than there are perks.Why be subjected to difficulty for over a year only to do the thing you wanted to do for a few months? I'm beggining to doubt my career choice, but i can't see anyway of getting out in the near future if thats what i want to do, so i was just wondering if anyone knew anyway i could get out in the near future without doing a line of coke or trying to kill myself?