So, this is my first post and I apologize in advance for offending anyone, as that is not my intention. I have been debating with myself on this for a few days, and I feel as if the opinions of more experienced men and women may help. So here it is: I am new to skydiving (obviously). It has been something that I have always wanted to do since I was a young child; I am 26 now. Anyway, I have been participating in an AFF course, and am currently through three jumps, one of which being minimal assistance. The problem is that I am finding no sense of enjoyment through any of the jumps. I figured the first time I jumped I would be excited, nervous, terrified, overjoyed, something.. but I was not. The walk to the plane, boarding, flight, standing at the door, and the freefall all produced a feeling of 'meh'. I did not experience a feeling of freedom in the air, no adrenaline, no 'it factor', and no accomplishment other than to say that I've done it upon landing. I suppose my main question here is "Is this something that I should pursue?" I mean, it was cool, and I know I can eventually explore different avenues, such as a wingsuit or free flying, but if I am already at this point (let's say bored) after so few jumps, is this really something that is worth investing the time and money in?