Liz, "For the more my wisdom the more my grief. To increase knowledge only increases distress" Eccl. 1:18 I believe you said you were still a student. I can't speak for everyone else, but I had the same dilemma and it got worse once I graduated and started working. I too lost interest in my studies except those that I thought brought me closer to understanding the truth. I saw everything as relative and it was very difficult for me to accept things that professors said were right or wrong. I was a friend to everyone on campus, but I only had 2 or 3 that I could talk to at the level I wanted to. When I graduated and started working it was a very difficult adjustment. I was asked to dedicate huge amounts of time to projects I thought were meaningless. I realized then how different my perception was from the status quo. It was like being an adult and forced to 10 hours of Barney on television every day! After awhile you just want to run away and immerse yourself in something of substance. I AM SO THANKFUL THAT I FOUND THIS WEBSITE. Maybe it will be different for you depending on the field you will be getting into. What are you studying?