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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    I'm not sure, which doesn't help as I have a lot of anxiety as it is due to my NVLD and autism xx
    I know for anxiety you might be given a dictaphone to record lectures with and things like that. I've not applied for DSA.
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    (Original post by k_slatch)
    Stressful- I hate UCAS!! But we're going out for dinner so not all bad

    You??
    I went climbing today. It was pretty relaxing . Still worried sick about being unemployed and having no career but my mirtazapines are keeping me head above water. Why was it stressful for you today? What has UCAS done? :eek:
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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    I may have a date this week :eek: help


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    Go you! :woo: :hugs:
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    (Original post by rock_climber86)
    I went climbing today. It was pretty relaxing . Still worried sick about being unemployed and having no career but my mirtazapines are keeping me head above water. Why was it stressful for you today? What has UCAS done? :eek:
    Ooh sounds fun! Glad you're coping!
    Meh UCAS hasn't done anything I'm just stressed about applying haha
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    i have a question...do you think it would be reasonable for the university to provide me with sensory breaks if i get overwhelmed or over anxious? I wouldn't use it as a excuse to get out the class / lecture but i need sensory breaks due to adhd and asd otherwise i struggle a lot
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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    I may have a date this week :eek: help


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    Wooo! That'll be fun!
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    Hate it when mood suddenly drops.
    Hopefully dinner + Doctor Who will help
    (Will reply to folks later tonight )
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    i have a question...do you think it would be reasonable for the university to provide me with sensory breaks if i get overwhelmed or over anxious? I wouldn't use it as a excuse to get out the class / lecture but i need sensory breaks due to adhd and asd otherwise i struggle a lot
    My lecturer gave me permission to leave the lecture if needed, for like 5 mins or so to gather my self.
    She also gave me permission to leave at the break if things were too much.

    But i guess it depends on the lecturer or the course?
    I was lucky cos we very rarely did much after the break, it was more bringing personal things in to the lecture notes...


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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    My lecturer gave me permission to leave the lecture if needed, for like 5 mins or so to gather my self.
    She also gave me permission to leave at the break if things were too much.

    But i guess it depends on the lecturer or the course?
    I was lucky cos we very rarely did much after the break, it was more bringing personal things in to the lecture notes...


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    they've put it on my plp but i dont know what it actually says as ive not recieved it yet...I want to take something that calms me to class, it's a bracelet with crystals on it but i dont know if it would be allowed xx
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    Someone who i havnt ever got on with has upset my mum even more and im so bloody angry :mad:


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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    Someone who i havnt ever got on with has upset my mum even more and im so bloody angry :mad:


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    Do any of you have days where you just feel really off and you have no idea why? Makes it a hundred times worse since it's my nan's birthday and I've been trying really hard to stay positive for her. :/
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    Eugh I hate it when I am away from my laptop for a weekend so I can't reply to all the posts I want to. :hugs: to everyone though.

    (Original post by Odd socks)
    I may have a date this week :eek: help


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    Woooo go you!

    (Original post by Star-girl)
    Thank you very much and I will do! :hugs:
    :hugs:

    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Yeah, it can be upsetting when it seems like everyone else has someone but try not to stress too much because I'm sure eventually you'll have that too. Maybe try to focus on what's good about being single?

    I'm not too bad thanks. Missed the bus home (damn thing was 5 minutes early) so I had to walk but it gave me time to think and stuff which actually made me feel better about myself somehow so it all worked out in the end.
    I know, I know haha. Still doesn't help when certain things remind you though. But yes you are right. I have been able to do a lot more stuff recently than when I was with my ex so .

    Sounds good anyway . Hope you had a good weekend too!
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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    I may have a date this week :eek: help


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    Good luck!
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    (Original post by tasha96)
    Go you! :woo: :hugs:
    Read how things imrpoved for you, really happy! Hopefully the commuting doesn't get to annoying. (I usually slept half Saturday and thus revising suffered...but it is definitely doable, so no worry.)


    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    i have a question...do you think it would be reasonable for the university to provide me with sensory breaks if i get overwhelmed or over anxious? I wouldn't use it as a excuse to get out the class / lecture but i need sensory breaks due to adhd and asd otherwise i struggle a lot
    Yeah, usually they don't bother, if you have a reason for it. But talking to the lecturers would be good and ideally maybe trying to get breaks when it is not that bad. A lecturer who does not know, why you leave, thinks it is because of him/her, so definitely mention it.

    (Original post by purple-duck)
    Hate it when mood suddenly drops.
    Hopefully dinner + Doctor Who will help
    (Will reply to folks later tonight )
    Yeah, dinner is great. (I ate so much, I will just fall straight into bed. )
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    So finally get home to find my mother has taken the opportunity to completely reorganise my room. Not even the retwnce of tidying it or similar. I can't find anything and suddenly have a pyjama drawer where I used to keep documents... She also, ever so helpfully, placed all the items she disapproves of in the middle of my bed. I'm going to be a mature sensible adult and ignore the complete invasion of my privacy. Four weeks til I go back to uni, if I ever doubt that I am better away from home I think it will be this moment that reassures me.

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    (Original post by Nathanielle)
    Yeah, dinner is great. (I ate so much, I will just fall straight into bed. )
    is it bad i have to be reminded that i DO need to eat?
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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    is it bad i have to be reminded that i DO need to eat?
    Hah you just reminded me too! Only had coffee and a packet of crisps today
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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    is it bad i have to be reminded that i DO need to eat?
    It is not bad, but yeah, we need to eat and it is important to do it regularly, but don't think too much of it, just try. It is like with sleep, regularity is crucial.

    Oh, my PandaWho, ... Huggy! Sadly I can't bring you some of my dinner, that would spare you the time to cook.
 
 
 
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