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    (Original post by Sternumator)
    Though not recommended, I drink.
    I've had thoughts about drinking but will hopefully never go there
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    omg i luv u rn, i only listened to one song and i luv them

    Why nor nirvana eh:hmmm:
    I don't really listen to Nirvana if I feel depressed or anxious, I know it's different for everyone, but it usually exacerbates those feelings for me.

    And, lol, which one? Let's Go Surfing?
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    Talk to your gp, talk to your school, talk to a stranger, talk to me
    Why would the OP want to talk to a lie?
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    (Original post by syeds)
    i don't want to make my life worse by drinking
    then just valium for you? but a double dose. or make it triple :laugh: honestly, all that ******** about addiction and stuff.. ok you shouldnt abuse it but theres absolutely no reason for anyone to suffer from bad anxiety in this day and age. Some brains never re-learn NOT to perceive most things as a threat after a trauma or whatever.
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    (Original post by rogueone)
    Why would the OP want to talk to a lie?
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I don't really listen to Nirvana if I feel depressed or anxious, I know it's different for everyone, but it usually exacerbates those feelings for me.

    And, lol, which one? Let's Go Surfing?
    I love money
    Dat bass
    Dat hipster indie vibe
    dem vocals
    dat unmainstream appeal
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
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    This made my day. I am happy now haha
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    I love money
    Dat bass
    Dat hipster indie vibe
    dem vocals
    dat unmainstream appeal
    You forgot Ariana Grande
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    i luv u
    wat anime is dat
    Servant x Service :bl:
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    I love money
    Dat bass
    Dat hipster indie vibe
    dem vocals
    dat unmainstream appeal
    You're mad.
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    (Original post by syeds)
    This made my day. I am happy now haha
    im glad
    U deserve to be happy:hugs::lovehug:
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    Talk to your university counsellors - believe me, they will have all kinds of ways to help you.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    You're mad.
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    im glad
    U deserve to be happy:hugs::lovehug:
    :hugs:
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    (Original post by pash913)
    Talk to your university counsellors - believe me, they will have all kinds of ways to help you.
    oh really like what?
    I'm curious only started uni
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    (Original post by I am a Lie)
    oh really like what?
    I'm curious only started uni
    I was having serious depression while doing my MA at St Andrews. I talked to the counsellors about a bereavement 'not properly settled' and they advised me on both academic matters and how exactly to deal with sad feelings. I come from an East Asian cultural background and people are reluctant to talk about feelings. They convinced me to express those feelings more openly and to move on in life. They also gave me useful study advice (including installing a SAD light --- some kind of a white-light lamp --- to combat weather-induced depression in Scotland. I had a hard time dealing with British climate --- so different from the hot, sunny, humid climate at my hometown). We made good friends afterwards.
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    (Original post by pash913)
    I was having serious depression while doing my MA at St Andrews. I talked to the counsellors about a bereavement 'not properly settled' and they advised me on both academic matters and how exactly to deal with sad feelings. I come from an East Asian cultural background and people are reluctant to talk about feelings. They convinced me to express those feelings more openly and to move on in life. They also gave me useful study advice (including installing a SAD light --- some kind of a white-light lamp --- to combat weather-induced depression in Scotland. I had a hard time dealing with British climate --- so different from the hot, sunny, humid climate at my hometown). We made good friends afterwards.
    oh that sounds great, I find myself feeling nervous and depressed sometimes
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    I'm getting middle aged, so anything i say might come across as patronising or condescending. It's really not meant into that heart. oh erm **** it i forgot what is gonna say ffs.
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    I find TV helps. I love to get into a new TV series and immerse myself into a new world. I recently started Gilmore Girls and I'm now 5 seasons in I struggle with reading so I personally don't do it too much, but that could help if it's something you enjoy. There's so many people to talk to here as well so you're never alone
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    Things that help me:
    Crying then sleeping after
    Listening to music
    Talking to lovely people like CoolCavy

    If you've got a bf/gf talking to them also helps
    Running
    Looking at funny internet memes seems to help sometimes.
    If you want to talk to me then it's more than welcome
 
 
 
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