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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    Mehhhhhh

    He's FAR too good :yep:


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    Here we go again :rolleyes: That is not true, in no way whatsoever is he too good for you :yep: :yep: :yep:

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    (Original post by avhhs)
    Here we go again :rolleyes: That is not true, in no way whatsoever is he too good for you :yep: :yep: :yep:

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    Not safe. No where to go. And he is. Trust me

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    Pathetic time now. That girl I quite like has just come back from holiday and now I'm thinking again that my life is **** and really boring :sad:. Not again :rolleyes:

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    I went to the doctor about my issues so it's on my medical record. I then got prescribed anti-depressants last year even though I didn't take them for more than a few weeks.

    I'm going to study primary education in September, and they want a health check where they ask the doctor for any mental health history. Will this affect me?
    They say anything that could affect my chosen profession they want details.

    I'm worried
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    Stuck in a catch-22 situation, and I don't even know if I am able to make a choice.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I went to the doctor about my issues so it's on my medical record. I then got prescribed anti-depressants last year even though I didn't take them for more than a few weeks.

    I'm going to study primary education in September, and they want a health check where they ask the doctor for any mental health history. Will this affect me?
    They say anything that could affect my chosen profession they want details.

    I'm worried
    It may / it might not. It is likely that your GP will be given a form to fill in - so it depends on exactly what questions are asked to if it will be an issue?

    What I would advise is to go to your GP, and ensure it is not listed as an active problem. Then it can only be an issue if they ask about past mental health issues (and unfortunately, if that is the case, there is little you can do other than hope they accept you anyway).

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    Not safe. No where to go. And he is. Trust me

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    Trust your boyfriend. He thinks he is right for you (and as such not too good).
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    Was just on the subway - ****ing terrified. Was playing my favorite band as loud as my ears could manage and my wife was holding my hand but nothing helped, I was so scared of all the people I thought they were going to attack and kill us both. The voice is extremely loud when I'm outside and in the house the walls are shouting at me so I can't win either way. Called my psychiatrist today and a nurse was meant to call me back but never did. I'm feeling really hopeless....they're all telling me "bad stuff". I got some cider so might try sneakily getting drunk and see if that helps things.
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    Right now, I like vodka far too much. I'd rather not add alcoholism to the list of growing mental complaints I have.

    Also, **** BBC 3 right now. Their ****ing MH season is triggering as **** (however, if anyone watches the show on DID they have on next week, I know Jess from it - she was on my degree at uni, and is a truly fantastic lovely girl who handles her MH problems with grace, unlike me who turns into a slobbering drunk crying mess at the sight of a footballer talking about how depressed he was).
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    (Original post by kiss_me_now9)
    Right now, I like vodka far too much. I'd rather not add alcoholism to the list of growing mental complaints I have.

    Also, **** BBC 3 right now. Their ****ing MH season is triggering as **** (however, if anyone watches the show on DID they have on next week, I know Jess from it - she was on my degree at uni, and is a truly fantastic lovely girl who handles her MH problems with grace, unlike me who turns into a slobbering drunk crying mess at the sight of a footballer talking about how depressed he was).
    You're stronger than you give yourself credit for :hugs: i know as well that i have a bunch of naughties that i have used, and in some cases still do, to keep myself from losing it.

    I hardly watch anything nowadays...anime, western tv, film. I'm not sure if its because i don't want to be exposed to any emotional stuff and potential triggers, or if it's something else. I just know that i don't want to watch anything...which really sucks.

    My sleep has been terrible recently, i barely sleep three hours a night :cry:
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    Really want about 2pm to hurry up, then my phone call will be over, panicking so much about it, I don't even know why
    Nearly cried AGAIN last night

    But the boyfriend kept cuddling me to make sure I was ok, and he says he's not good enough to me. I disagree. I don't deserve him


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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Was just on the subway - ****ing terrified. Was playing my favorite band as loud as my ears could manage and my wife was holding my hand but nothing helped, I was so scared of all the people I thought they were going to attack and kill us both. The voice is extremely loud when I'm outside and in the house the walls are shouting at me so I can't win either way. Called my psychiatrist today and a nurse was meant to call me back but never did. I'm feeling really hopeless....they're all telling me "bad stuff". I got some cider so might try sneakily getting drunk and see if that helps things.
    :hugs: Did you have that talk with your wife? Hope communications are a bit better better between you now.

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    Really want about 2pm to hurry up, then my phone call will be over, panicking so much about it, I don't even know why
    Nearly cried AGAIN last night

    But the boyfriend kept cuddling me to make sure I was ok, and he says he's not good enough to me. I disagree. I don't deserve him


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    Good luck, and I think you're both equally deserving.

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    Really don't want hospital appointment.
    :hugs: I hope it goes better than you're anticipating.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    :hugs: Did you have that talk with your wife? Hope communications are a bit better better between you now.



    Good luck, and I think you're both equally deserving.



    :hugs: I hope it goes better than you're anticipating.
    I'm so restless its unreal don't know what to do with myself

    No he deserves someone much better than me, someone that doesn't cry for stupid reasons...


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    Feeling negative again this morning, everything seems crap :sad: :cry2:

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    (Original post by superwolf)
    :hugs: I hope it goes better than you're anticipating.
    Was survivable. Bit scary cos consultant I have never actually met before was there but ok. They were a bit harsh but meh I probably won't listen anyway. Is pretty pointless.

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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    I'm so restless its unreal don't know what to do with myself

    No he deserves someone much better than me, someone that doesn't cry for stupid reasons...


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    Believe me I cry for the most ridiculous of reasons sometimes. Examples from this week alone: spilling a cup of coffee, misplacing a letter, doing worse than usual on mariokart. Yeah it's a bit daft, but it's nothing to be ashamed of and certainly not a reason for being 'unworthy' of someone. :nah:

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    Was survivable. Bit scary cos consultant I have never actually met before was there but ok. They were a bit harsh but meh I probably won't listen anyway. Is pretty pointless.

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    Ok, glad you got through it.
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    Feeling negative again this morning, everything seems crap :sad: :cry2:

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    :hugs: :console: :hugs:

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    Was survivable. Bit scary cos consultant I have never actually met before was there but ok. They were a bit harsh but meh I probably won't listen anyway. Is pretty pointless.

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    Glad it was survivable :hugs:
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Believe me I cry for the most ridiculous of reasons sometimes. Examples from this week alone: spilling a cup of coffee, misplacing a letter, doing worse than usual on mariokart. Yeah it's a bit daft, but it's nothing to be ashamed of and certainly not a reason for being 'unworthy' of someone. :nah:
    my favourite is crying when people are nice or when Rory gives me a cuddle. I shouldn't cry when I get a cuddle!


    Getting phone CBT to start with until I can work out transport to get CBT in person. She woke me up though, but she was nice I guess, and I only nearly cried once never nearly cried when talking about my dad, but I did today
    Feel pretty **** now though, but have to be strong


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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
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    Thanks, it all started because that girl I like posted that she had a great time in Spain. Why can't I be happy for other people? :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by avhhs)
    Thanks, it all started because that girl I like posted that she had a great time in Spain. Why can't I be happy for other people? :rolleyes:

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    I know that feeling. Seeing others happy just reminds me of how pathetic and lonely i am. Seeing things that should make me happy make me feel down, and things that make me feel **** make me feel as you'd expect. Ain't life great -.-
 
 
 
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