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    Scared and Tired~

    Just saw a spider in my room :woo:, tried killing it with perfume and it was just moving so fast then I slammed a revision guide on top it it. Jumped on top of my revision guide to make sure it was at least partially dead. The spider is currently lying under my guide...I'm hoping its going to remain right there until a member of my family can remove it for me. Also had to change all my sheets rn bc spiders just *shudders* which is just exhausting in itself.
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    What are you confused about?
    Lots of things. Where I should do my A levels,?what a levels I should choose, how can I make new friends there erg when there are a lot of spoilt rich snobby students there. Also wh can't I just start being healthy: food and exercise, stop being tired and sleeping in, be happier, make more friends, have less anxiety etc
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    Extremely hurt and upset. I didn't realise how much i was hurting last night but now I'm in tears. Idek what i did. And ive clearly been lied to. Im not cared about or loved much more than i think. I was never loved, just there to talk to it seems.

    and then on top of that it was nice knowing me. Well thanks.
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    Lots of things. Where I should do my A levels,?what a levels I should choose, how can I make new friends there erg when there are a lot of spoilt rich snobby students there. Also wh can't I just start being healthy: food and exercise, stop being tired and sleeping in, be happier, make more friends, have less anxiety etc
    Hmmm well as far as A-Levels go, what are you interested in and what do you reckon you might like to pursue as a potential field of employment? (I'm saying this to you while still working out what I want to do myself but anyway ). As for where you go to do them, I'm not sure

    Making friends. Well whatever A-Levels you do, you're bound to meet someone in your classes whom you might have stuff in common with and get talking to and make friends with.

    Changing diet is a gradual thing (I could do with changing my diet really :P). Just gradually alter your diet until you get into eating better? Exercise...maybe join a Gym or something?

    Tiredness. Do something in the day to make you tired, then you'll go to bed and fall asleep quickly. You should in theory of had a good nights sleep. Get up early the next morning and try and do something to make you tired or whatever again... Break the cycle of sleeping in (again I'm telling you this, but I'm guilty of sleeping in and I really should change this :P).

    Happiness...that's a tough one and I'm still looking for the answer myself *sigh*.

    Make more friends. Go out and socialise or join something you're interested in (once again, giving you advice, but I'm pretty much in your situation myself here...).

    Less anxiety. Another hard one that I'm also experiencing. Have you ever thought about meditation?

    I hope this was of some help haha Dunno if it was really or what
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    Hmmm well as far as A-Levels go, what are you interested in and what do you reckon you might like to pursue as a potential field of employment? (I'm saying this to you while still working out what I want to do myself but anyway ). As for where you go to do them, I'm not sure

    Making friends. Well whatever A-Levels you do, you're bound to meet someone in your classes whom you might have stuff in common with and get talking to and make friends with.

    Changing diet is a gradual thing (I could do with changing my diet really :P). Just gradually alter your diet until you get into eating better? Exercise...maybe join a Gym or something?

    Tiredness. Do something in the day to make you tired, then you'll go to bed and fall asleep quickly. You should in theory of had a good nights sleep. Get up early the next morning and try and do something to make you tired or whatever again... Break the cycle of sleeping in (again I'm telling you this, but I'm guilty of sleeping in and I really should change this :P).

    Happiness...that's a tough one and I'm still looking for the answer myself *sigh*.

    Make more friends. Go out and socialise or join something you're interested in (once again, giving you advice, but I'm pretty much in your situation myself here...).

    Less anxiety. Another hard one that I'm also experiencing. Have you ever thought about meditation?

    I hope this was of some help haha Dunno if it was really or what
    Thanks for replying. I would like to do business management. The a levels I am considering are: french, literature, business studies... However for my as level I can't decide between sociology and core maths , a new course catered to grade B maths students that will find a level maths too hard but still give them the skills needed for university level work.
    Also, I have the option between the best sixth form in my area which is quite snobby and I don't live the same life as the people there... Or a not very good college which gives top students (I have been accepted) work experience with. Internships and mentors from the sector they want to go into... So do I get great a level results or leAve with all the work experience I could. Possibly get at my age?

    Do you know what you will be doing?
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    Extremely hurt and upset. I didn't realise how much i was hurting last night but now I'm in tears. Idek what i did. And ive clearly been lied to. Im not cared about or loved much more than i think. I was never loved, just there to talk to it seems.

    and then on top of that it was nice knowing me. Well thanks.
    Wanna talk about it? :hugs:
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    (Original post by cupcakes87)
    Extremely hurt and upset. I didn't realise how much i was hurting last night but now I'm in tears. Idek what i did. And ive clearly been lied to. Im not cared about or loved much more than i think. I was never loved, just there to talk to it seems.

    and then on top of that it was nice knowing me. Well thanks.
    :hugs: here if you need to talk:hugs:

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    (Original post by CSL123)
    Thanks for replying. I would like to do business management. The a levels I am considering are: french, literature, business studies... However for my as level I can't decide between sociology and core maths , a new course catered to grade B maths students that will find a level maths too hard but still give them the skills needed for university level work.
    Also, I have the option between the best sixth form in my area which is quite snobby and I don't live the same life as the people there... Or a not very good college which gives top students (I have been accepted) work experience with. Internships and mentors from the sector they want to go into... So do I get great a level results or leAve with all the work experience I could. Possibly get at my age?
    Do you know what you will be doing?
    No problem Happy to be of some small help

    Hmmm I've never done Sociology and I struggle with Maths myself! but after reading that, Core Maths sounds like the better option to me

    Honestly, I think the College sounds like the better option

    Maybe weigh up the pros and cons of the things that you can't decide between, to help you make a decision.

    Yeah I'm going to be doing a year of a Music Technology BTEC and then hopefully progressing onto a 2 year Music Production degree

    Although I'm honestly still working out what I want to do with life :P
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    No problem Happy to be of some small help

    Hmmm I've never done Sociology and I struggle with Maths myself! but after reading that, Core Maths sounds like the better option to me

    Honestly, I think the College sounds like the better option

    Maybe weigh up the pros and cons of the things that you can't decide between, to help you make a decision.

    Yeah I'm going to be doing a year of a Music Technology BTEC and then hopefully progressing onto a 2 year Music Production degree

    Although I'm honestly still working out what I want to do with life :P
    Music sounds very interesting. So do you think overall that it would be best to leave with lots of work experience and contactsbut only get Cs at a level vs all As and A*s.
    Do you think it would be possible for me to find my own placements ?
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    Music sounds very interesting. So do you think overall that it would be best to leave with lots of work experience and contactsbut only get Cs at a level vs all As and A*s.
    Do you think it would be possible for me to find my own placements ?
    Yes

    Hmmm well I think that sounds better yes...I mean I assume you've heard that its been said that grades aren't everything? A person might have top grades, but they might have a poor work ethic kind of thing. Compared to someone who might have grades that are slightly lower, but can demonstrate they're a damn good worker
    I don't know though to be quite honest...still working these things out myself I hope I've been of some help though

    Yeah I think it would be possible to find your own work placements I'm not totally sure though...
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    Yes

    Hmmm well I think that sounds better yes...I mean I assume you've heard that its been said that grades aren't everything? A person might have top grades, but they might have a poor work ethic kind of thing. Compared to someone who might have grades that are slightly lower, but can demonstrate they're a damn good worker
    I don't know though to be quite honest...still working these things out myself I hope I've been of some help though

    Yeah I think it would be possible to find your own work placements I'm not totally sure though...
    Thanks for confirming. This is what almost everyone else around me is saying
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    Thanks for confirming. This is what almost everyone else around me is saying
    No problem, happy to be of some help
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    Restless, uncertain, lots of questions going through my head, I suppose a little bit down when I think about life. Frustrated about how things almost never seem to go my way.
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    ****ing brilliant! Got a 1st in my degree :woo:
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    Restless, uncertain, lots of questions going through my head, I suppose a little bit down when I think about life. Frustrated about how things almost never seem to go my way.
    Oh dear, I know how you feel. Try to focus on more positive aspects of life.
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    ****ing brilliant! Got a 1st in my degree :woo:
    Many congrats saw the post above of mine. 🎓

    Another note..

    Feel it's too hot and in pain!


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    Feel it's too hot and in pain!


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    It is really warm and why are you in pain?
 
 
 
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