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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    You don't have to apologise silly!



    I hope it's just moths then, though I don't like them Id rather that than wiggly creatures. My flatmate said it looked like a tiny worm :confused:

    Nah I think that too, I like having one spider around to take care of flies. As long as it doesn't come too near my personal space haha


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    Exactly, if he invades my personal space he's gonna get well acquainted with a large and heavy book >:]
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    (Original post by lauraaaaa)
    I've never seen pokemon hahaha im sure we'll be okay!

    im supposed to be doing reading, but all i can focus on is my rumbling stomach and the thought of going out on the piss tonight :lol:
    Charmander is a baba, Charziard is a fully-evolved bada$$ I hope so

    Yeah, I was given this recommended reading list and not one of them was in the main town library :lol: So I took other bits and bobs out that may help instead Have fun getting clattered :mmm:
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    (Original post by IDukem)
    Charmander is a baba, Charziard is a fully-evolved bada$$ I hope so

    Yeah, I was given this recommended reading list and not one of them was in the main town library :lol: So I took other bits and bobs out that may help instead Have fun getting clattered :mmm:
    this one actually put the reading online, which i appreciate hahah! i really don't wanna do this work, i just wanna go out
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    (Original post by Multitalented me)
    That's really sad, what makes you feel depressed or is it just random negative thoughts (you can PM if you want ) just try not to give up, it will get better trust me, hang in there :hugs:
    if i could identify that i wouldn't be depressed my counsellor seems to think its a combination of a hell of a lot of negative self talk, a perfectionist personality, non-existent self confidence/self worth and various other bits and bobs. it's just hard to accept when people are like "but you've got so many good things" and its basically impossible for them to understand that even good things make me feel miserable.
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    Had a good time at my friends uni yesterday so much so we went out and I stayed overnight.

    But now it means I'm sat crying into a bowl of soup because I'm so far behind on my essay that's due on Monday. Think it's more hormonal than anything though, I hope so anyway.
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    I don't feel good at all
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    I don't feel good at all
    -hugging-
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    -hugging-
    :hugs: how you doing?
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    :hugs: how you doing?
    I am very, very,very UP at the moment. Can't sit still. Have done all of my washing up, and have done a good chunk of tidying the kitchen. I have a feeling that Maxine, our cleaner, is literally going to have to clean the oven and that will be it on Tuesday.
    I want to go running, but it's hlalf 9 at night, so definitely NOT a good idea right now. Feeling VERY impulsive, given my scissors, £60 and my credit card to a flatmate for her to look after them. Had one of those chocolate bars with popping candy in early, and was in complete hysterics. I've never had a chocolate bar make me so happy before, and then started sobbing 5 minutes later. I want to draw, and bake things and and make everything so tidy.

    Team_mcdreamy has made me nab the last appt. with my GP on monday, cos she's really, really worried about me. I maintain she's jealous that I feel so good and on top of the world at the moment, but I'm not going to argue.

    I'd quite happily snog one of my flatmates, which isn't like me.
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    I am very, very,very UP at the moment. Can't sit still. Have done all of my washing up, and have done a good chunk of tidying the kitchen. I have a feeling that Maxine, our cleaner, is literally going to have to clean the oven and that will be it on Tuesday.
    I want to go running, but it's hlalf 9 at night, so definitely NOT a good idea right now. Feeling VERY impulsive, given my scissors, £60 and my credit card to a flatmate for her to look after them. Had one of those chocolate bars with popping candy in early, and was in complete hysterics. I've never had a chocolate bar make me so happy before, and then started sobbing 5 minutes later. I want to draw, and bake things and and make everything so tidy.

    Team_mcdreamy has made me nab the last appt. with my GP on monday, cos she's really, really worried about me. I maintain she's jealous that I feel so good and on top of the world at the moment, but I'm not going to argue.

    I'd quite happily snog one of my flatmates, which isn't like me.
    Yeah it sounds like you could be a bit hypomanic. Initially i'd say that it could be a one off etc and even depressed people have times of relief and good times with lots of energy, but given the voices you have heard and raise in energy you've had previously it's probably best to see a doctor.
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    I am very, very,very UP at the moment. Can't sit still. Have done all of my washing up, and have done a good chunk of tidying the kitchen. I have a feeling that Maxine, our cleaner, is literally going to have to clean the oven and that will be it on Tuesday.
    I want to go running, but it's hlalf 9 at night, so definitely NOT a good idea right now. Feeling VERY impulsive, given my scissors, £60 and my credit card to a flatmate for her to look after them. Had one of those chocolate bars with popping candy in early, and was in complete hysterics. I've never had a chocolate bar make me so happy before, and then started sobbing 5 minutes later. I want to draw, and bake things and and make everything so tidy.

    Team_mcdreamy has made me nab the last appt. with my GP on monday, cos she's really, really worried about me. I maintain she's jealous that I feel so good and on top of the world at the moment, but I'm not going to argue.

    I'd quite happily snog one of my flatmates, which isn't like me.
    Have you been diagnosed with hypomania before? Sounds like it might be good to see your GP just to check in. Sounds like you have taken some good steps already though.
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    Have you been diagnosed with hypomania before? Sounds like it might be good to see your GP just to check in. Sounds like you have taken some good steps already though.
    I had something similar back in july when my meds went up. I p. much always get like this when the weather gets better in like march/april time. my Gp is supposed to be sending me something w.r.t the episode & voices i mentioned when i was there on thursday.
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    What's up?

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    Usual ****tyness :sad:
    Hows you?


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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    I am very, very,very UP at the moment. Can't sit still. Have done all of my washing up, and have done a good chunk of tidying the kitchen. I have a feeling that Maxine, our cleaner, is literally going to have to clean the oven and that will be it on Tuesday.
    I want to go running, but it's hlalf 9 at night, so definitely NOT a good idea right now. Feeling VERY impulsive, given my scissors, £60 and my credit card to a flatmate for her to look after them. Had one of those chocolate bars with popping candy in early, and was in complete hysterics. I've never had a chocolate bar make me so happy before, and then started sobbing 5 minutes later. I want to draw, and bake things and and make everything so tidy.

    Team_mcdreamy has made me nab the last appt. with my GP on monday, cos she's really, really worried about me. I maintain she's jealous that I feel so good and on top of the world at the moment, but I'm not going to argue.

    I'd quite happily snog one of my flatmates, which isn't like me.
    tbf i would gladly take a good chunk of your happiness atm but I'm just happy you've got one
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    Feel so lazy and useless. Watching Snatch when I should be doing something productive :/


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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    Feel so lazy and useless. Watching Snatch when I should be doing something productive :/


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    It's 22:24 on a Saturday. You are not supposed to be something productive at this time. You should be watching snatch
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    Has anyone tried meditation? Does it help?
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    oh for ****s sake. dirty old men make me sick. sick of it. I must be too nice or something. or they sense bad vulnerability or something. want to tell them to **** off but I cant
 
 
 
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