It depends on what you mean by 'walk out'.
As a child I was removed from where I lived, and had friends, and taken abroad, so lost all connections with those early friends, and dumped in a foreign school without being able to speak a word of the language. Then brought back but to a completely different part of the country where I was constantly bullied for being a 'Taff'. Left all that behind when I went to uni and never went back (that's the closest to 'walking out' - but I did take my girlfriend with me ).
I suppose giving up a good paid job at the age of thirty to start my own business was a complete change - and eventually selling to retire was another. I've started and moved on from a few businesses and moved physically quite a lot.
But I've never walked away leaving chaos behind me; I always cleared up and made good first.
I can only dream. This morning I got an email saying I'd won on the premium bonds. "Finally!" I thought. "At last I can quit my soul destroying job, move to a remote Scottish island and live the bohemian lifestyle I've always coveted."
It's a bit hard to do with 25 quid though.
If I was content to live in a yurt then perhaps. If I wanted to buy a house then it's definitely a lack of finances that's holding me back. If I wanted to rent and assuming a "bohemian lifestyle" does not involve an income then I'm not sure that a financial death spiral is something to be ignored!Oh. you wanted it to be easy and have a safety net. I can only empathise.
But isn't that anxiety then that is stopping you?
( There is a kernel of seriousness I'm trying to get to. So humour me with an answer. )
What if that notion of Chaos is whats stopping you from changing your life.
If Chaos is inevitable and unavoidable - is it reason to not act?
Anyone ever walk out on a previous life?
Been on what was an established direction - then one day , just changed gears and left it all behind?
THIS.I am proof not to under estimate people