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    another sleepless night...almost not even worth mentioning them

    mood is okay I guess, finding stuff to hold my concentration or focus is hard though, get bored really easily atm, nothing seems to make me feel much :erm:

    hoping the post today will help though
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    was naughty & got myself an xbox one bundle from argos on pay monthly
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    woke up before midday today
    eaten breakfast
    and now checking my email

    today is going to be a good day
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    woke up before midday today
    eaten breakfast
    and now checking my email

    today is going to be a good day
    Good to hear! :hugs:
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Good to hear! :hugs:
    *pets wolfie* im all sneezy though and i've got to go into uni later later about half 6 which is making me nervous
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    *pets wolfie* im all sneezy though and i've got to go into uni later later about half 6 which is making me nervous
    *wriggles*

    Is it hay fever, or a cold? Either way I hope you feel better soon. I'm sure uni will go fine for you.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    *wriggles*

    Is it hay fever, or a cold? Either way I hope you feel better soon. I'm sure uni will go fine for you.
    *giggles* it's allergies, thank you
    I'm nervous cause it's always so busy and noisy and that makes me worry
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    *giggles* it's allergies, thank you
    I'm nervous cause it's always so busy and noisy and that makes me worry
    You'll be alright - remember no-one's going to do you any harm, they're just minding their own business. You'll be fine, and the more you go out and about, the more confident you'll feel.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    You'll be alright - remember no-one's going to do you any harm, they're just minding their own business. You'll be fine, and the more you go out and about, the more confident you'll feel.
    I'm taking my ear defenders and ear phones that block out a lot of noise and people and i've a list of books that I need to find ready to take so that lessens my anxiety...I've got prep reading to do and note taking but i've no idea how to do that :/
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    I'm taking my ear defenders and ear phones that block out a lot of noise and people and i've a list of books that I need to find ready to take so that lessens my anxiety...I've got prep reading to do and note taking but i've no idea how to do that :/
    If you're not sure about stuff like note taking, ask your uni for help. They should have some kind of study skills programme or resources, and it's never too late to ask for help about it!
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    If you're not sure about stuff like note taking, ask your uni for help. They should have some kind of study skills programme or resources, and it's never too late to ask for help about it!
    Wolfie knows lots of things! I'm getting excited for starting but i find reading difficult so why I chose a course that requires so much I don't know
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    slept okayish last night. kept waking up anxious but maybe 7 hours broken sleep which is more than ive had in a long time. still feeling utterly exhausted though. think I need to improve diet. which is hard when I have 0 motivation to go into town to buy proper food, cook it and then deal with washing up. all too much. everything is too much. seeing wellbeing lady today, first time in 7/8 weeks. anxious.
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    slept okayish last night. kept waking up anxious but maybe 7 hours broken sleep which is more than ive had in a long time. still feeling utterly exhausted though. think I need to improve diet. which is hard when I have 0 motivation to go into town to buy proper food, cook it and then deal with washing up. all too much. everything is too much. seeing wellbeing lady today, first time in 7/8 weeks. anxious.
    Hope it goes well. :hugs: Here if you need anything. :yep:
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    Had a bad night on Sunday. Had an offer put in on our house and it totally rocked me because I don't want to move, I don't deal with change well, hopefully Cognitive Behavioural Therapy should help with that

    GP asked if I felt like I would harm myself, which I answered no to. I wouldn't due to fear.

    But I havent told him about SH, I want tp but I just don't know if he would find it stupid or if its something that could get me sectioned
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Had a bad night on Sunday. Had an offer put in on our house and it totally rocked me because I don't want to move, I don't deal with change well, hopefully Cognitive Behavioural Therapy should help with that

    GP asked if I felt like I would harm myself, which I answered no to. I wouldn't due to fear.

    But I havent told him about SH, I want tp but I just don't know if he would find it stupid or if its something that could get me sectioned
    Self harm is very unlikely to get you sectioned, unless it is very severe. You only get sectioned if you are an imminent danger to yourself or others and you need to be in hospital to manage your risk and you refuse to go to hospital. And even then, some people don't get sectioned, so I would say tell him, because then maybe they can help you with it.

    Also, if you wouldn't mind, I would put this post in a spoiler as it may trigger people.
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    (Original post by Pathway)
    Does anyone know what a lead professional is? Because the lady I saw yesterday said that she's my lead professional...Is it basically the same as a care co? What's the difference?
    I can only base my knowledge on where I live and where I used to work. But a lead professional is someone who is in charge of your care, kind of like a care coordinator but there are differences.The main difference is that if you are under a lead professional, you have a more basic care plan than someone who has a care coordinator and is in the Care Programme Approach. Usually the care plan is a letter, whilst someone with a care co has a detailed document.

    Also usually someone with a lead professional only really sees the lead professional, and won't see anyone else in the CMHT, whilst someone with a care co will see different people in the team. Of course that would change if you need to see someone else, e.g. a therapist.

    Hope that made some sense!
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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    Also, if you wouldn't mind, I would put this post in a spoiler as it may trigger people.
    I don't think you're able to do that if you're an anon poster. I think a mod will have to edit it for them, but yeah, I completely agree.

    Are you ok?
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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    I can only base my knowledge on where I live and where I used to work. But a lead professional is someone who is in charge of your care, kind of like a care coordinator but there are differences.The main difference is that if you are under a lead professional, you have a more basic care plan than someone who has a care coordinator and is in the Care Programme Approach. Usually the care plan is a letter, whilst someone with a care co has a detailed document.

    Also usually someone with a lead professional only really sees the lead professional, and won't see anyone else in the CMHT, whilst someone with a care co will see different people in the team. Of course that would change if you need to see someone else, e.g. a therapist.

    Hope that made some sense!
    Ah, okay, that makes more sense haha! Thank you. I tried Google and sites just gave conflicting information, lol. Thank you.
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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    Self harm is very unlikely to get you sectioned, unless it is very severe. You only get sectioned if you are an imminent danger to yourself or others and you need to be in hospital to manage your risk and you refuse to go to hospital. And even then, some people don't get sectioned, so I would say tell him, because then maybe they can help you with it.

    Also, if you wouldn't mind, I would put this post in a spoiler as it may trigger people.
    (Original post by Pathway)
    I don't think you're able to do that if you're an anon poster. I think a mod will have to edit it for them, but yeah, I completely agree.

    Are you ok?
    I'm waaaaay ahead of you's
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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    I'm waaaaay ahead of you's
    Thank you.

    How are you? :hugs:
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    (Original post by Pathway)
    Thank you.

    How are you? :hugs:
    I'm okay, just had my first exam. I think it went okay, I'm 99% sure I passed there were some obscure questions I had no idea for, so I'm not sure whether I'll have got the B I was aiming for.

    how are you today?
 
 
 
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