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    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
    another week of...well...not much of anything...and more...not much of anything.

    I mean I guess I could ask my mum for money to pop down a pub for a few pints, but on my own that's kinda sad really I guess, though the thought of getting plastered often appeals to me these days, anything to dull the thoughts in my head.
    I can defo relate to wanting to dull thoughts, dealing with them is so exhausting and stressful :| :hugs: I've often drank alone but normally just at home instead of a pub, partly because it's cheaper x]

    I wonder if i'm going to sleep ok tonight, or it'll be another restless night like most of them.
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    (Original post by Meaty_man)
    I can defo relate to wanting to dull thoughts, dealing with them is so exhausting and stressful :| :hugs: I've often drank alone but normally just at home instead of a pub, partly because it's cheaper x]

    I wonder if i'm going to sleep ok tonight, or it'll be another restless night like most of them.
    yeah, just dunno, I talk to my girlfriend about them a bit but normally there are too many for even that to help :erm: just something to take the edge off I guess lol.


    hope you sleep okay! :hugs:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yeah, just dunno, I talk to my girlfriend about them a bit but normally there are too many for even that to help :erm: just something to take the edge off I guess lol.


    hope you sleep okay! :hugs:
    this was me btw, damn anon thing won't untick agian for some reason
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    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
    this was me btw, damn anon thing won't untick agian for some reason
    I thought as much :d Just trying to do stuff to ease my mind before i try and sleep proper. Yeah, anything to make it a little easier It's a shame that a lot of stuff that helps is harmful in other aspects, or seems to help at a glance but doesn't.
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    (Original post by Meaty_man)
    I thought as much :d Just trying to do stuff to ease my mind before i try and sleep proper. Yeah, anything to make it a little easier It's a shame that a lot of stuff that helps is harmful in other aspects, or seems to help at a glance but doesn't.
    fair enough, I sometimes find reading a bit can help myself, or an audibook/radio on quietly, though I can't really talk atm lol, my sleep is it's usual mess yeah, such is life I suppose, the things we often find most helpful or enjoyable is often bad for us!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    fair enough, I sometimes find reading a bit can help myself, or an audibook/radio on quietly, though I can't really talk atm lol, my sleep is it's usual mess yeah, such is life I suppose, the things we often find most helpful or enjoyable is often bad for us!
    :facepalm2: damn you anon!
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    Really don't want to go to school today. But, I'll have to because my parents will make me go in because they made me go in the other day when I had the headache from hell, and there's nothing visibly wrong with me today, and they have no idea about the anxiety and the panic attacks, which are pretty bad for me lately.
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    Still enjoying my uni commute in the morning. I think it's good for me and gives me time to work and think about the day and it also sections uni and home off a bit more if that makes sense? I do worry about falling asleep on the way home though and ending up miles and miles away on the train.

    Still need to find somewhere in my uni town to stay the night so I can be there once a week for the PGCE school meetings that start at 7.55am but I'll worry about it later.

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    (Original post by guitaristemily)
    Really don't want to go to school today. But, I'll have to because my parents will make me go in because they made me go in the other day when I had the headache from hell, and there's nothing visibly wrong with me today, and they have no idea about the anxiety and the panic attacks, which are pretty bad for me lately.
    Is there somebody at school that you could talk to? Teachers will come across is frequently. The school I'm currently in has a huge range of things they can do for those struggling with mental health issues so it's definitely worth reaching out if you can.

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    Is there somebody at school that you could talk to? Teachers will come across is frequently. The school I'm currently in has a huge range of things they can do for those struggling with mental health issues so it's definitely worth reaching out if you can.

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    I don't think there is. I'm having yo go in anyway
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    (Original post by guitaristemily)
    I don't think there is. I'm having yo go in anyway
    Talk to your form tutor or somebody in pastoral care. There will be help there for you. The hardest part is just asking for help.

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    (Original post by purple-duck)
    :hi: I swear I thought you were a gal :confused: just because of the pic I guess (or I misread the introduction and you are a gal... :getmecoat:)
    (And of course not that I've actually spoken to you - just went on the X-soc thing when I saw it had a star wars title I think anyway......)

    Welcome to the thread! :woo:

    I'm purple-duck!
    :wavey:

    Don't worry about my gender I'm not particularly fussy about which pronouns people use for me, but I tend to use male ones just for convenience (it's the gender I was assigned at birth).

    :ahee: about the thread title

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    Thank you for the offer, that's really kind. I wouldn't want to bother you with my **** though. Also, the same goes to you, if you ever want a chat then feel free to PM me. Hope you sleep well and your appointment goes well :hugs:
    Thanks :hugs: my mind is fairly messed up

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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaand voices! Yay! :sigh:
    :jumphug:

    Hope you're better now hun. :hugs:
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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    Also I'm gonna hopefully join my uni's LGBT society this year
    Sorry, was just scrolling down the page and saw LGBT. Yay for LGBTness :ahee:

    (I'm gay )

    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
    another week of...well...not much of anything...and more...not much of anything.

    I mean I guess I could ask my mum for money to pop down a pub for a few pints, but on my own that's kinda sad really I guess, though the thought of getting plastered often appeals to me these days, anything to dull the thoughts in my head.
    :jumphug:

    (Original post by guitaristemily)
    Really don't want to go to school today. But, I'll have to because my parents will make me go in because they made me go in the other day when I had the headache from hell, and there's nothing visibly wrong with me today, and they have no idea about the anxiety and the panic attacks, which are pretty bad for me lately.
    :hugs:

    I know how that feels. My parents know that I have depression but really don't understand it at all. Nor my social anxiety. :facepalm:

    (Original post by ParadoxSocks)
    Still enjoying my uni commute in the morning. I think it's good for me and gives me time to work and think about the day and it also sections uni and home off a bit more if that makes sense? I do worry about falling asleep on the way home though and ending up miles and miles away on the train.

    Still need to find somewhere in my uni town to stay the night so I can be there once a week for the PGCE school meetings that start at 7.55am but I'll worry about it later.

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    PGCE?! You're brave :ahhhhh:
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaand voices! Yay! :sigh:
    :hugs:

    I hope you're feeling brighter
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    Wow. Should not be allowed caffeine. Currently BUZZZZZING.
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    (Original post by Mazzini)
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    :hugs: thanks

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    feel hungover even though I didn't drink just super groggy, slept on & off since yesterday evening :/

    woke up to find half my accounts with weird crap on them so have to resecure them with new passwords and stuff as well, deleted facebook till I can think of one, tempted to change details on there as now super paranoid, need to change my Skype password/details too.

    sigh.

    sometimes I wonder why I put up with the internet!
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    Wow. Should not be allowed caffeine. Currently BUZZZZZING.
    :lol: I do that- one of my maths teachers used to give us tea in lessons, it wasn't a good idea


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    Wow. Should not be allowed caffeine. Currently BUZZZZZING.
    Hehehe that's what I get like :ninja:

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    first day of proper lectures! nervy to be back, especially because all the lecturers last week were full of "this is the most important year so far" and my heads all full of dissertation/graduation fears, but it should still be good to be back

    worried my heads not ready to be back, stress-wise, but you never know
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    (Original post by Team_McDreamy)
    first day of proper lectures! nervy to be back, especially because all the lecturers last week were full of "this is the most important year so far" and my heads all full of dissertation/graduation fears, but it should still be good to be back

    worried my heads not ready to be back, stress-wise, but you never know
    good luck with your first day back
 
 
 
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