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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Hi . Yep I posted once before so relatively new . Does summer have any affect on you? It used to make me better but I think I've made to many negative associations with it 😒
    Generally I do a little better in summer I think, but you're definitely not the only one to have the seasons affect you. :console:

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    so GAME basically just mugged me then.

    traded some games & an old console in, they said was worth £80 store credit which they'd put on my game card (like done via app on my phone) but they are now saying that didn't happen at all so I have no money, no games/console, effectively they just robbed me...

    calling them back tomorrow but if they don't sort it I'll have to call the police or something, **** my life.
    Eep, that ain't good! :eek:
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    (Original post by CescaD96)
    Hi! Summer is always so lonely for me.
    ;( Aw, but I guess sometimes its nice to have that personal space bc of all the exams throughout the year! Its not always a bad thing, sometimes its great-just breathing and relaxing alone with no one to bother you.

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    Eep, that ain't good! :eek:
    nope livid! if they don't sort it out tomorrow gonna have to call trading standards or something, it's a joke!
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Generally I do a little better in summer I think, but you're definitely not the only one to have the seasons affect you. :console:



    Eep, that ain't good! :eek:
    Weve got a list of what he took in, i even text him and he replied not longer after he left the store so we have a time frame that CCTV can look at to find out who served him.

    Iv said he needs to either ask for his stuff back or his store credit and compo for the stress and hassle that its caused


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    :wavey: Haven't see you post before. Welcome if you're new!



    :hugs: Sorry it went so bad - remember it's not a reflection on you, it's your illness.
    thanks. how are you?
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    (Original post by Anon_98)
    ;( Aw, but I guess sometimes its nice to have that personal space bc of all the exams throughout the year! Its not always a bad thing, sometimes its great-just breathing and relaxing alone with no one to bother you.

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    Summer holidays is 8 weeks in N.Ireland and I'm gonna have 10 because my exams finish in 3 weeks. It always drags and I'm not a fan of socialising.
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    Weve got a list of what he took in, i even text him and he replied not longer after he left the store so we have a time frame that CCTV can look at to find out who served him.

    Iv said he needs to either ask for his stuff back or his store credit and compo for the stress and hassle that its caused


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    Maybe call Watchdog or one of those programmes that deal with that kind of thing?

    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    thanks. how are you?
    I'm alright, had a nice time playing with the mice this afternoon. Physical health problems still very much present and mysterious though... Having a 24 hour ECG done on Tuesday though, so fingers crossed for a nice curable result. :crossedf:

    By the way, standard Wolfie rule is that for every essay/exam you complete (no matter how shoddily!), you get £10 to spend on treats for yourself. Therefore go, buy treats!!! :horse:
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    (Original post by CescaD96)
    Summer holidays is 8 weeks in N.Ireland and I'm gonna have 10 because my exams finish in 3 weeks. It always drags and I'm not a fan of socialising.
    OH MY 10 weeks! Gawshhhh Im jealous haha.

    Ahhhh I totally understand, well you dont have to socialise...just do something fun, on your own!! Like plan trips to fun places like the museum (bc you like history bhaha); or just decide to watch a humoungous series of a show which you've never watched before that will last for the whole of the summer...I dont know if you'd actually like doing something like this bc I dont know what your interests are but just a suggestion.

    Sorry, Im awful at advice but I thought I'd try and help.


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    2 more exams left then 2 weeks afetr that ill have to go home and idont want to :cry2:
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    want to hide

    2 more exams left then 2 weeks afetr that ill have to go home and idont want to :cry2:
    :hugs: Can you stay with friends elsewhere for a while, if that would help any?
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    (Original post by Anon_98)
    OH MY 10 weeks! Gawshhhh Im jealous haha.
    at uni i get 18 weeks off (including freshers). it gets boring after like 2 weeks lol. i prefer having stuff to do even if these exams are making me have meltdowns, prevents me from over thinking stuff
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    (Original post by CescaD96)
    Hi! Summer is always so lonely for me.
    Hi!

    why is it for you?
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    :hugs: Can you stay with friends elsewhere for a while, if that would help any?
    my dad wouldnt allow it, and my mums set me up a month long placement at her school so can't really. will just try and keep busy i guess. :dontknow: hopefully my brother moves out soon, that's one problem sort of dealt with. how are you? :hugs:
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    (Original post by Pathway)
    my dad wouldnt allow it, and my mums set me up a month long placement at her school so can't really. will just try and keep busy i guess. :dontknow: hopefully my brother moves out soon, that's one problem sort of dealt with. how are you? :hugs:
    Ah ok, that is tricky. :console: I hope it's not too tough for you.

    I'm alright, been frantically knitting to keep my spirits up.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Maybe call Watchdog or one of those programmes that deal with that kind of thing?



    I'm alright, had a nice time playing with the mice this afternoon. Physical health problems still very much present and mysterious though... Having a 24 hour ECG done on Tuesday though, so fingers crossed for a nice curable result. :crossedf:

    By the way, standard Wolfie rule is that for every essay/exam you complete (no matter how shoddily!), you get £10 to spend on treats for yourself. Therefore go, buy treats!!! :horse:
    Oh no, really sorry physical stuff is still being such a bother good that they're still investigating, though and hopefully whatever it is, is easily treated. :hugs: and thanks. will probably get something but don't know yet. i'm just so tired/uninterested.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Ah ok, that is tricky. :console: I hope it's not too tough for you.

    I'm alright, been frantically knitting to keep my spirits up.
    idk, i know i'll be having a lot of issues PTSD wise bc of the triggers, etc., my lead professional hasnt gotten back to me about crisis numbers in my home town yet either, so that sucks. not sure what i'm gonna do tbh :dontknow:

    yeah, it's awful when they're not sure what's going on, before i got the EDS diagnosis it was awful, because it was like problem after problem. my GP even said i was a liar...hopefully they find out what's causing you so much trouble :console: can PM me if you need anything

    scary, i hope you're ok for the most part, also here if you need anything. :console:
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    (Original post by Pathway)
    at uni i get 18 weeks off (including freshers). it gets boring after like 2 weeks lol. i prefer having stuff to do even if these exams are making me have meltdowns, prevents me from over thinking stuff
    Awww- That is so longggggg, you could do so much in that time haha!- But yes, I know what you mean.

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    (Original post by Anon_98)
    OH MY 10 weeks! Gawshhhh Im jealous haha.

    Ahhhh I totally understand, well you dont have to socialise...just do something fun, on your own!! Like plan trips to fun places like the museum (bc you like history bhaha); or just decide to watch a humoungous series of a show which you've never watched before that will last for the whole of the summer...I dont know if you'd actually like doing something like this bc I dont know what your interests are but just a suggestion.

    Sorry, Im awful at advice but I thought I'd try and help.


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    It's good advice. How's the Green party?

    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Hi!

    why is it for you?
    It drags. I worry about exam results. I feel isolated and lonely.
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    Blood repeat results back...and I'm being put on iron tablets.
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    Oh no, really sorry physical stuff is still being such a bother good that they're still investigating, though and hopefully whatever it is, is easily treated. :hugs: and thanks. will probably get something but don't know yet. i'm just so tired/uninterested.
    Thanks. I hope you do find something nice to get yourself - personally I'm in favour of buying all the craft stuff, but maybe that's just me.

    (Original post by Pathway)
    idk, i know i'll be having a lot of issues PTSD wise bc of the triggers, etc., my lead professional hasnt gotten back to me about crisis numbers in my home town yet either, so that sucks. not sure what i'm gonna do tbh :dontknow:

    yeah, it's awful when they're not sure what's going on, before i got the EDS diagnosis it was awful, because it was like problem after problem. my GP even said i was a liar...hopefully they find out what's causing you so much trouble :console: can PM me if you need anything

    scary, i hope you're ok for the most part, also here if you need anything. :console:
    Yeah, I figured that would be a problem for you. :console: Sounds like a horrible situation, but if there's anything any of us can do then you only need to ask. :jumphug:

    Hope you reported that GP, it's bad enough being ill without being made to feel like a fraud as well!
 
 
 
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