Believe me, I understand your situation. Turned 27 myself a few months ago and I still don't feel one step closer to being truly independent. I'm living with my dad, don't drive and am currently stuck with a job that can't give me full-time. I feel stuck in my current position and have no idea how I'll get out. It feels like I turned 18 just a couple of years ago, when in reality it's almost been a decade. Time is moving too fast for me to keep up! For folks like us who have trouble keeping our motivation up to actually work on making goals/building a career/earning a degree/etc, we need that incentive to keep us passionate and excited for it. I used to have friends outside the family, but my last relationship fizzled out. When I was with them, it made going out and socializing that much easier. Now that they're gone, I have little reason to go out on the weekends. Maybe we both need connections with others who will truly empathize with us on a personal level. It's one thing to talk to your parents or therapist about your problems, but it's something else completely when you talk to someone who is in the same situation. It's easier said than done, but it's what we need.
When will the time come when we feel complete?