I'm really in a rut, guys. I took 3 months off from MMA to do wrestling, because this is the only time I can really do it. (A lot of MMA fighters who didn't wrestle say they wish they had wrestled) I miss MMA like crazy, though, and I have so much more fun with it than wrestling. So already I'm not enjoying myself as much. But I can't quit, it's just not my personality; if I set a goal for myself there's no going back. I get frustrated with wrestling because I'm not as good at it as I am grappling and kickboxing. My takedowns, which I wanted to improve, and my takedown defense, both have gotten awesome, but on the mat I'm not the best wrestler. I can't stand the mood it puts me in. Everyone on the wrestling team just turns into total assholes. And I'm surrounded by people saying "I hate wrestling," "Man, I don't wanna practice," which doesn't help, considering I would rather be training MMA. Wrestling overall just puts a lot of people in a really bad mood. Overall I really just don't like high school. Just being in the building after school starts to depress me. I do well in classes and everything, but I don't know... I just hate how immature high school kids get, and wrestling's no exception. When I train at my MMA gym I like it because it's almost all adults; I'm the youngest one there, and people are decent to each other. Now I'm getting REALLY frustrated. I can't stop getting hurt this season. I messed up my knee and was sidelined for 2 and a half weeks. I was bored out of my skull going to practice and to meets and just watching everyone else wrestle. I finally came back and made it a point to myself I wouldn't get hurt again. Then last night I shot in and bent my ring finger all the way back, and I think I may have broken it. I figured, screw it, I'm not getting sidelined, but I couldn't do anything with that hand. I woke up this morning and it swelled up to twice the size of my other ring finger and I can barely move it. The worst part is everyone gives you shit for being injured. Like, I want an athletic life after high school wrestling. If I get injured, I don't push it; I want to have a long fighting career, and I definitely don't want to push myself past injuries when my career hasn't even started yet. But every day if I sit on the sidelines someone who thinks they're the shit feels the need to come over and interrogate me and the other people who are injured why we're not wrestling. I'm sick and tired of getting injured, and I'm just getting sick and tired of this. I miss MMA, I'm tired of the wrestling team, I'm stressed out about school... arrrrghhhh.... I don't know what to do. Does anyone have advice?