Ok, here's the cliffs notes: I'm working full-time while studying full-time in Software Engineering. I can't quit because the full-time job is a course and if I drop it I fail. Also, I'm now the team leader at my workplace because the team leader is on vacation and my other coworker is quitting. Which means I'm pretty much in charge of my department and must teach some new coop student at teh same time and must also lead the software development projects while doing the job that was provided for me to do during this time. In the meantime, I'm also taking 4 courses, one of which is a team project course and although my teammates are all pretty cool about me working full-time, the professor in charge has made it clear that he won't take working full-time as an excuse. I've been working full-time all summer and I've started the full-time work + full-time studies at the beginning of this month and I'm totally cracking. I get like 4 hours max of sleep every night, I only manage to stay not far behind in school work by doing it at work. I also work out at least 3 times a week. I feel like I'm not only on the verge of a huge burn out, but have been past that point a long time ago and am only trying to minimize the impact right now. At the same time, I feel extremely lonely and need to meet someone soon or I fear I might lose it.