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    :rofl: dude, that made me laugh waaaay too much
    I aim to please :hat:
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    I aim to please :hat:
    Your good at pleasing :sexface:


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    Your good at pleasing :sexface:


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    I know :hubba:
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    I know :hubba:
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    Naughty :sexface:


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    Sounds like you had a good experience there then. Did it help? Was that an adolescent ward or adult ward?
    Well it kept me safe for a little bit. Adult. Always adult. Never been on an adolescent ward.

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    To kick of the year in a truly brilliant fashion, I have completely messed up which weekend I'm moving in. I am in fact still at home until 4th October, this gives me ages to get things done and so on. Now the question is do I tell work...
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    Got a blood test in the morning, provided i dont faint, or fall asleep i should be ok


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    Naughty :sexface:


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    You were the one who started this
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    (Original post by Mazzini)
    You were the one who started this
    im sorry

    How could i not though


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    i want to scream. i cant, however, becuase of my family.

    just had enough of this mess.
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    Got a blood test in the morning, provided i dont faint, or fall asleep i should be ok


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    Good luck. Hope you manage to avoid fainting. Just remember the nurse has dealt with people who don't like needles before so maybe tell her/him how anxious you are and s/he'll try to make things as stressful as possible.
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    Good luck. Hope you manage to avoid fainting. Just remember the nurse has dealt with people who don't like needles before so maybe tell her/him how anxious you are and s/he'll try to make things as stressful as possible.
    The needles dont bother me! I can happily watch it go in. Just makes me go faint to the point i now do them laying down!
    Not sure why i do it, but i do


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    The needles dont bother me! I can happily watch it go in. Just makes me go faint to the point i now do them laying down!
    Not sure why i do it, but i do


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    Oh right sorry! (though I'm sure someone in this thread is scared of needles....:beard: )

    That sounds a little odd, are you unable to give blood either?
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    Sorry another dog post!

    Anyone who's had dogs, how did you get them to settle down on a night? Mine is in his crate and he just wont stop, he's literally high pitch yelping, any tips appreciated.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Oh right sorry! (though I'm sure someone in this thread is scared of needles....:beard: )

    That sounds a little odd, are you unable to give blood either?
    Most likely. Im just an odd child

    Dunno, never tried but doubtful because when they finally get blood test blood out of an arm it takes ages to get out
    Also dont think i can give blood cos of meds :dontknow:


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    Sorry another dog post!

    Anyone who's had dogs, how did you get them to settle down on a night? Mine is in his crate and he just wont stop, he's literally high pitch yelping, any tips appreciated.
    Everytime my family's got a dog we just left them to it. If you keep answering the yelping they'll realize that you come and will keep doing it. It sounds cruel but they need to learn that it gets them nowhere.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Everytime my family's got a dog we just left them to it. If you keep answering the yelping they'll realize that you come and will keep doing it. It sounds cruel but they need to learn that it gets them nowhere.
    I've put some toys in his crate and i'm now downstairs just leaving him to it, hopefully he'll stop soon.

    Thanks!
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    GP sounds like a good plan, at the very least. :console:
    yeah. sigh. am not against taking an AD, in fact would love for one to work, its just the pointless appointments which send me into some crazy state and do more harm than good. only problem with seeing GP is she will try and make me go to wellbeing. sigh.

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    You don't have anyone? Maybe a lecturer, you can talk, too? Someone in charge of all students? Why do you feel you want to drop out? It is the workload, the difficulty, the topic? Anyway I could help? Don't hesitate to PN me, my study experience is anything than a walk in the parc and maybe I can help you or just like that.



    Does not sound like a job for me.
    no, literally not one person. had this woman who lectures on my course and is supposed to be the one who deals with this kind of stuff. wellbeing organised a meeting with her and my tutor and it was quite literally the most ridiculous, pointless and embarrassing thing ever. they're so unsympathetic and not understanding. nothing whatsoever came of it. I want to drop out because I am too ill to function or study. also its not really the right course but this uni doesn't offer anything else I want to do. thanks for the support.
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    I want to drop out because I am too ill to function or study. also its not really the right course but this uni doesn't offer anything else I want to do. thanks for the support.
    Thus the only reason not to take a year out is, that you would have to go back to your parents, or? In what year of your degree are you?
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    (Original post by SweetNothing)
    Sorry another dog post!

    Anyone who's had dogs, how did you get them to settle down on a night? Mine is in his crate and he just wont stop, he's literally high pitch yelping, any tips appreciated.
    is it a puppy?
 
 
 
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