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    (Original post by 08batee)
    I really don't know what it is :sad: Nervous about how my MH will affect every single part of my life there, really. I know for a fact if I didn't have this rubbish to deal with, I'd be more confident and excited, just like everyone else. Seeing everyone so excited is making me feel so much worse. I know that sounds horrible but :sigh: I'm sure it will be okay whatever happens though, thanks so much for your support, you're wonderful hun! :hugs: Hope you're doing okay today :hugs:
    you can get help and support hun. if it wasnt for my personal tutor i wouldnt have even made it past 1st year! and look at me now, im resitting 3rd year and not giving up because of her!
    i know i certainly wasnt excited after i found out i got my place at uni, in actual fact deep down i was hoping i WOULDNT get a place, and prove to everyone i was a failure. so i completely understand not being excited hun.
    but you do have so many options. try talk to someone at school on monday about your options.

    and im not wonderful, infact im just the opposite
    iv had a day filled with self hatred and tears so its been fun
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    (Original post by 08batee)

    Haha, that's a shame :sad: It's a pretty cool name I don't! But I'll probably have to call you Billy from now on, aha I really am terrible, I'm like it with everyone so I apologise, nothing personal at all I'll reply now!
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    Haha, i'll tell you my name in a pm tomorrow I'm like that too
    I'll pm you tomorrow as i'm tired right now to do it :penguinhug:
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    Can tell tonights gonna be a looong night.

    Does anyone else feel like they need to constantly be doing something to stay sane? Yesterday i woke up at eight AM, played tennis until 1 PM, went home for two hours and then went out to play pool and darts until 10PM.

    Today i didn't have that much planned and when i don't have something planned for a particular day it drives me nuts.
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    Bumped into my best friend from when I was eleven tonight, whom I haven't seen since I left year 6 and she's about two months from having her legs amputated and it was a really surreal experience and life feels weird.
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    Turns out watching your football team get thrashed and then finding out all of your friends are moving out for Uni isn't a good way to spend the day :/ Thank goodness for books (That sounded more pathetic than I intended it to)

    (Original post by 08batee)
    I really don't know what it is :sad: Nervous about how my MH will affect every single part of my life there, really. I know for a fact if I didn't have this rubbish to deal with, I'd be more confident and excited, just like everyone else. Seeing everyone so excited is making me feel so much worse. I know that sounds horrible but :sigh:
    Many kind thanks for the welcome :penguinhug:

    It may be worth looking into but you know how most unis will have a peer support system? Well a friend of mine has MH issues and they paired them up with someone who also had similar experiences so it's worth looking into what systems they have in place to help or emailing them about it.
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    (Original post by octoberbaby)
    Bumped into my best friend from when I was eleven tonight, whom I haven't seen since I left year 6 and she's about two months from having her legs amputated and it was a really surreal experience and life feels weird.
    What happened to her to need both her legs amputated? Reminds you how fragile we really can be.
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    (Original post by james1211)
    What happened to her to need both her legs amputated? Reminds you how fragile we really can be.
    Um she was definitely not sober and tripping over her words a lot so I'm not 100% sure but when we were in primary school she was almost always in and out of hospital and had multiple operations on her legs. I think it's something to do with muscle deterioration? Really not certain though, it was hard to get whole sentences out of her and I guess I never paid much attention to anything serious when I was 10?
    But yeah. Strange as anything.
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    Tonight is not a good night :bawling: :bawling:
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    (Original post by 08batee)
    Tonight is not a good night :bawling: :bawling:
    :console: Remember, it gets better.
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    (Original post by 08batee)
    Tonight is not a good night :bawling: :bawling:
    :hugs::hugs::hugs:
    Am still around for tonight if you want to PM me. :jumphug::penguinhug:
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    It's almost 6.30pm - I've been up for a total of 45minutes today. Damn that zolpidem is strong stuff!
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    Apparently my parties now mean me and my best friend falling out and everyone else being a boring ****. :'(


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    just want to sleep. boyfriends asleep i think.

    not being able to sleep is making everything 50 times worse
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    Apparently my parties now mean me and my best friend falling out and everyone else being a boring ****. :'(


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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    just want to sleep. boyfriends asleep i think.

    not being able to sleep is making everything 50 times worse
    Have you tried reading? I had pretty bad insomnia for a long time but reading gets your eyes exhausted so quickly you can't help but want to close them.

    Hope you get off soon hun :hugs:
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    (Original post by IMakeSenseToNone)
    Have you tried reading? I had pretty bad insomnia for a long time but reading gets your eyes exhausted so quickly you can't help but want to close them.

    Hope you get off soon hun :hugs:
    dont have the concentration to read neither can i read properly so it stresses me out

    just taken a zopiclone so hopefully ill sleep :crossedf:
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    dont have the concentration to read neither can i read properly so it stresses me out

    just taken a zopiclone so hopefully ill sleep :crossedf:
    I'm sorry, what about the radio or TV then? It doesn't require the same level of attention but it normally gets a similar effect.

    :crossedf: :yawn:
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    i really need someone to tell me its gonna be okay

    nothing feels okay right now
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i really need someone to tell me its gonna be okay

    nothing feels okay right now
    :hugs: You've always got a support network here even if it's 2:30 in the morning, sides things have a way of making themselves okay in the end even if it doesn't feel like it right now. Fancy talking about what's wrong? You may find yourself being able to organise your thoughts better if you do
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    been years and its never gotten any ebtter

    not something i can really talk abotu right now. tjank you for the reply though :hugs:
 
 
 
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