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    Feel scared. Not left the house for ages and I'm relying too much on my GP and he probably doesn't even give a ****.
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    really annoyed, not sure if its exactly justified but still. something that's bothered me for ages.
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    so last week I sent my brother a text saying I loved him. we don't talk often and I know hes having a tough time with his girlfriend. we chatted for a bit and all is fine. anyway apparently he asked my mum whether I was ok (presumably because admittedly its not the kind of thing that I normally would do... but we're not lovey dovey siblings anyway and never have been) and my mum immediately tells him Im fine and I was just thinking about him. I hadn't spoken to my mum for ages before I texted him so how the hell did she know I was 'fine'? the fact of the matter is, im so far from ****ing fine its laughable. her and dad are never there for me and never have been. it also reminds me of a time where I cried at work because I was so hopeless and depressed. I work in a local shop and so when mum went in, one of my colleagues asked if I was ok. she shrugged that off and said that I was probably just 'hormonal'. my mum never even informed me of this conversation let alone asked me if I was ok. I just ****ing hate it. dunno if its actually a justified anger I feel right now but im utterly pissed off that theyre so blind and so uncaring. why are they so intolerant and selfish. I feel completely and utterly isolated and alienated from my parents. cannot believe I am a part of them. I honestly don't have a clue what they would do if they knew I had a ****ing personality disorder and have been constantly depressed for 6 years. im just sick of it. **** this and **** everything.
    So sorry to hear that this has happened. Can o ly empathise with you as mine have been there for me. Really hope something gets sorted between you all...
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    Feel scared. Not left the house for ages and I'm relying too much on my GP and he probably doesn't even give a ****.
    Sorry I'll be anonymous 6 that's my first post here. Hi!
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    Hi guys. My first post here, so just saying hi
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    Sorry I'll be anonymous 6 that's my first post here. Hi!
    Welcome to both! :hi: I'm Shan/TLG, the yodelling goatherd :musicus: Nice to meet you
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    Hi guys. My first post here, so just saying hi
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    Sorry I'll be anonymous 6 that's my first post here. Hi!
    Hello to you both! :hi:

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    Can't believe I haven't done any work tonight :sigh: Even glancing over my notes makes me panic, whoever says psychology is a pissy degree can **** off
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    Currently enjoying center parcs in nottingham, with good company but unable to do any job searches for jsa on account of laptop not working...it is literally only good to charge things by usb now >_>

    Phone may work but its so slow, and i already have a freakin job so i don't get why i need to? Sure I've only had part time hours in the last week, but that's only because of me being here on holiday! Also, im on holiday, the last thing i want to think about is work, especially when it involves jsa, just thinking about it makes my mood plummet. Bleh.

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    Sorry I'll be anonymous 6 that's my first post here. Hi!
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    Hi guys. My first post here, so just saying hi
    Hey.
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    Hello to you both! :hi:

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    Can't believe I haven't done any work tonight :sigh: Even glancing over my notes makes me panic, whoever says psychology is a pissy degree can **** off
    Here if you need to talk. :hugs: I also study psychology. We could help each other out! I'm also having a bit of a panic about coursework etc.
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    Here if you need to talk. :hugs: I also study psychology. We could help each other out! I'm also having a bit of a panic about coursework etc.
    Thanks Sounds like a good idea! Not sure how useful I'd be, I'm only a first year and feel like I'm drowning already What year are you in?
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    Been thinking about joining a soc but I'm just so nervous of "too many" people or having too much going on. That and my physical disability is royally screwing me over right now, so it might not be possible. Glad it helped you though.

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    I know, it's just how my brain works, I suppose.:dontknow: Just hope that if I get a second opinion they take me seriously, because my MH is really taking a major down turn.


    If it makes you feel any better, I spent around £100 today on useless stuff, lol...Don't even have an excuse, but it was fun anyway, haha. Don't feel sorry for rambling. :hugs: PM me if you need to talk through nerves or anything.
    Yeah that makes sense I think Yeah too much going on isn't good either :nah: Need to find a balance ah okay :hugs:

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    Sorry, yes - didn't mean to kinda aim anything at you, just trying to reassure that you're defo fine to have eaten then (and any time!) :hugs: Yes I hope so :hugs:


    Hehe thanks Don't have any excuses for this either - I have the book I'm wanting already, but these are fancy-looking versions and would sort of want, but might get them and they be too small or something (are "pocket" versions)
    I do like spending money when I do splash out, generally Thanks :hugs:

    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    really annoyed, not sure if its exactly justified but still. something that's bothered me for ages.
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    so last week I sent my brother a text saying I loved him. we don't talk often and I know hes having a tough time with his girlfriend. we chatted for a bit and all is fine. anyway apparently he asked my mum whether I was ok (presumably because admittedly its not the kind of thing that I normally would do... but we're not lovey dovey siblings anyway and never have been) and my mum immediately tells him Im fine and I was just thinking about him. I hadn't spoken to my mum for ages before I texted him so how the hell did she know I was 'fine'? the fact of the matter is, im so far from ****ing fine its laughable. her and dad are never there for me and never have been. it also reminds me of a time where I cried at work because I was so hopeless and depressed. I work in a local shop and so when mum went in, one of my colleagues asked if I was ok. she shrugged that off and said that I was probably just 'hormonal'. my mum never even informed me of this conversation let alone asked me if I was ok. I just ****ing hate it. dunno if its actually a justified anger I feel right now but im utterly pissed off that theyre so blind and so uncaring. why are they so intolerant and selfish. I feel completely and utterly isolated and alienated from my parents. cannot believe I am a part of them. I honestly don't have a clue what they would do if they knew I had a ****ing personality disorder and have been constantly depressed for 6 years. im just sick of it. **** this and **** everything.
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    I'm so sorry your parents are so rubbish all the time I remember you saying about your colleague/mum :hugs: Glad you had a bit of a chat with brother, hope that was nice
    Do they know anything about the depression and things? Like I know you've gone to hospital/A&E I think when you've been home
    I'm really sorry though :hugs: Hope you're okay am off to sleep now probably, but do pop a message whenever


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    Feel scared. Not left the house for ages and I'm relying too much on my GP and he probably doesn't even give a ****.
    :hugs: and welcome to the thread! Are you at Uni? Could you speak to student support and/or counselling services or something? I'm sure your GP cares, but might be handy to have a wider support network possibly? I don't know :dontknow:

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    Hi guys. My first post here, so just saying hi
    Hi Like your avatar! :eek: :pika:

    (Original post by Meaty_man)
    Currently enjoying center parcs in nottingham, with good company but unable to do any job searches for jsa on account of laptop not working...it is literally only good to charge things by usb now >_>

    Phone may work but its so slow, and i already have a freakin job so i don't get why i need to? Sure I've only had part time hours in the last week, but that's only because of me being here on holiday! Also, im on holiday, the last thing i want to think about is work, especially when it involves jsa, just thinking about it makes my mood plummet. Bleh.
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    Do you have to look up job stuff still even though you now have a job? Or just looking for something different?
    Hope you have a nice holiday
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    Thanks lovely, definitely don't want to bother you tonight as you're feeling so rough. I'm really sorry you're not great. Am around if you need a chat, please please let me know if I can help in any way :console: :hugs:
    Up to you, here if you want me- I wouldn't offer if I didn't mean it! Same to you with the help thing :hugs:
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    Also possibly got an interview with your uni again on Saturday, a tiiiiny bit nervous about it



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    feeling really down right now. really dont know what to be doing with myself right now. feel like my bed is calling me as im shattered and have a long day tomorrow at college.
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    :penguinhug: (forgot about that the other day when we were talking about penguins :eek:)


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    So sorry to hear that this has happened. Can o ly empathise with you as mine have been there for me. Really hope something gets sorted between you all...
    thank you :hugs:
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    Yeah that makes sense I think Yeah too much going on isn't good either :nah: Need to find a balance ah okay :hugs:

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    Sorry, yes - didn't mean to kinda aim anything at you, just trying to reassure that you're defo fine to have eaten then (and any time!) :hugs: Yes I hope so :hugs:


    Hehe thanks Don't have any excuses for this either - I have the book I'm wanting already, but these are fancy-looking versions and would sort of want, but might get them and they be too small or something (are "pocket" versions)
    I do like spending money when I do splash out, generally Thanks :hugs:


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    I'm so sorry your parents are so rubbish all the time I remember you saying about your colleague/mum :hugs: Glad you had a bit of a chat with brother, hope that was nice
    Do they know anything about the depression and things? Like I know you've gone to hospital/A&E I think when you've been home
    I'm really sorry though :hugs: Hope you're okay am off to sleep now probably, but do pop a message whenever



    :hugs: and welcome to the thread! Are you at Uni? Could you speak to student support and/or counselling services or something? I'm sure your GP cares, but might be handy to have a wider support network possibly? I don't know :dontknow:


    Hi Like your avatar! :eek: :pika:


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    Do you have to look up job stuff still even though you now have a job? Or just looking for something different?
    Hope you have a nice holiday
    thanks. head is a ****ing mess right now so stupid. and they sort of know... about depression anyway... think they are in complete and utter denial. never been to A&E when they've been around though. hope youre ok, drop a message any time you need :hugs:
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    Thanks Sounds like a good idea! Not sure how useful I'd be, I'm only a first year and feel like I'm drowning already What year are you in?
    Second! I can try and help you out if you want? :hugs: It gets better when you figure out how to deal with the transition between A-Level psychology and Uni level. I might not be a massive help either, but I'm still around if you need to talk/rant to someone about anything (including statistics. :mob:

    (Original post by purple-duck)
    Yeah that makes sense I think Yeah too much going on isn't good either :nah: Need to find a balance ah okay :hugs:

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    Sorry, yes - didn't mean to kinda aim anything at you, just trying to reassure that you're defo fine to have eaten then (and any time!) :hugs: Yes I hope so :hugs:


    Hehe thanks Don't have any excuses for this either - I have the book I'm wanting already, but these are fancy-looking versions and would sort of want, but might get them and they be too small or something (are "pocket" versions)
    I do like spending money when I do splash out, generally Thanks :hugs:
    I think I need to try and find a balance, but at the moment I'm struggling even to get to lectures. Hopefully when this flare up calms down I'll be able to join a soc. :dontknow:

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    Thank you. :hugs:


    Hmmmm, how much are they??

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    Omg, that is AMAZING, lol! I love penguins! :penguinhug:

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    Really should be studying right now, but I can't concentrate ahhhhh. Seeing a friend tomorrow, so that'll be nice. Kinda worried I'll be too tired to do anything, though. Damn you, Insomnia!
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    Up to you, here if you want me- I wouldn't offer if I didn't mean it! Same to you with the help thing :hugs:
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    Also possibly got an interview with your uni again on Saturday, a tiiiiny bit nervous about it




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    :penguinhug: (forgot about that the other day when we were talking about penguins :eek:)


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    :hugs: exciting about interview, well done. Promise they're all human and don't bite, too - you'll be great. and you know where I am if you need a tour guide
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    Second! I can try and help you out if you want? :hugs: It gets better when you figure out how to deal with the transition between A-Level psychology and Uni level. I might not be a massive help either, but I'm still around if you need to talk/rant to someone about anything (including statistics. :mob:

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    Really should be studying right now, but I can't concentrate ahhhhh. Seeing a friend tomorrow, so that'll be nice. Kinda worried I'll be too tired to do anything, though. Damn you, Insomnia!
    Thanks :hugs: I didn't do psychology at A-Level :eek: I don't usually mind stats but this lab is spinning my head.

    Hope you enjoy tomorrow with your friend. I could have written that sentence myself - Not being able to concentrate and insomnia don't make for productive working conditions. My friend wants me to go to the gym with her tomorrow after lectures :eek: After lectures I just curl up in bed because I'm so exhausted from not sleeping/being around people
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    thanks. head is a ****ing mess right now so stupid. and they sort of know... about depression anyway... think they are in complete and utter denial. never been to A&E when they've been around though. hope youre ok, drop a message any time you need :hugs:
    :hugs: Not stupid! :nah: So strong and clever and awesome! :jumphug: Ah okay yes, I wondered if they just sort of ignored it, then that's stupid of them

    Thanks, am okay, just physical-ill and mind worrying about stuff Hope you get some good sleep again! (?)

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    I think I need to try and find a balance, but at the moment I'm struggling even to get to lectures. Hopefully when this flare up calms down I'll be able to join a soc. :dontknow:

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    Thank you. :hugs:


    Hmmmm, how much are they??
    Yeah - ah okay - yeah see how things go once stuff calms down more, and just take things slowly? I've decided recently to just try focussing on the basics - as that really helps me, I think (or hope!) But getting a schedule/balance is so difficult, think it's something we all struggle with :hugs:

    http://imgur.com/a/IOkts They're £28 :eek: Which apparently is quite good for books, and nice books, but then I'm used to spending £2 or less in charity shops per book They're really cute, though sorry, anyway, yes :hide:
    Hope you're okay tonight and manage some sleep soon/whenever you'd like to! :hugs: (oops, just saw the end of your last post - sorry about insomnia and concentration hope meeting friend goes okay!)



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    just got in an argument about trigger warnings on a MH support group on facebook and some woman basically said adults shouldnt get triggered around sex because its only kids that get sexually abused. Urgh so angry



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    Eee its got a bit better this evening. Possibly have a house for uni in sept
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    (Original post by Anonymous #2)
    Thanks :hugs: I didn't do psychology at A-Level :eek: I don't usually mind stats but this lab is spinning my head.

    Hope you enjoy tomorrow with your friend. I could have written that sentence myself - Not being able to concentrate and insomnia don't make for productive working conditions. My friend wants me to go to the gym with her tomorrow after lectures :eek: After lectures I just curl up in bed because I'm so exhausted from not sleeping/being around people
    What's the lab about??

    I hope so, she's coming to see me because I had a mini breakdown on the phone to her, and her uni is only 30ish mins away...I dunno I'm just really struggling lately.
    I am the exact same! I wake up so often during the night for one reason or another/don't go to sleep at all, and it's just not fun for studying/doing anything really. Maybe give gym a pass? It's best not to overwork yourself. :hugs:

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    Yeah - ah okay - yeah see how things go once stuff calms down more, and just take things slowly? I've decided recently to just try focussing on the basics - as that really helps me, I think (or hope!) But getting a schedule/balance is so difficult, think it's something we all struggle with :hugs:

    http://imgur.com/a/IOkts They're £28 :eek: Which apparently is quite good for books, and nice books, but then I'm used to spending £2 or less in charity shops per book They're really cute, though sorry, anyway, yes :hide:
    Hope you're okay tonight and manage some sleep soon/whenever you'd like to! :hugs: (oops, just saw the end of your last post - sorry about insomnia and concentration hope meeting friend goes okay!)



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    Good night all! :eek: :grouphugs:
    Yeah, I think I might try to do that too. I think maybe working on self care as well. It's just really difficult. My condition is so variable I literally don't know where I stand from day to day - could be standing one day, and bed ridden the next! But I think I could try and do at least the basics and go from there. Hmm.

    Ohhhh, good old charity shops, they're amazing for books, I agree with you there. They're adorable! I'd say definitely get them, lol. I'm a bad influence!

    Thank you. You too. Sleep well!
 
 
 
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