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    (Original post by avhhs)
    I might do and make that, I bought some the other day as well but I haven't touched it yet. And with 9am lectures I know I'll be really tired and stuff, especially as I'm having trouble with sleeping recently.

    Oh come on, you are NOT a stupid fat horrible person, that is simply wrong :yep: :lovehug:
    hot chocolate is good
    Maybe talk to your GP? They may prescribe low dose sleepting pills

    I am, I'm gonna have a very bad night I just know it


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    I shouldn't be allowed pills which come apart. Every now and then I play with it, and then sometimes I spill it a little
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    I shouldn't be allowed pills which come apart. Every now and then I play with it, and then sometimes I spill it a little
    I hate those ones, they're always HUGE and impossible to swallow. But yes they are fun to play with
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    Someone's watching my bedroom window I just know, I can hear them, and I think they have a gun, can't tell boyfriend as hell just sat I'm being silly


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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I hate those ones, they're always HUGE and impossible to swallow. But yes they are fun to play with
    I don't have much problem swallowing them, although they are the biggest meds I have to take. Fun is good, until I can't get all the little white bits back in

    Now, the tastiest meds I had - I liked the mirtazapine tablets I was on as they were the dissoluble ones that tasted of lemon
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    Someone's watching my bedroom window I just know, I can hear them, and I think they have a gun, can't tell boyfriend as hell just sat I'm being silly


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    Tell him if you can, he may check outside the window for you just to calm you. Are you with him? If so, curl up with him and try to relax. I'm very sure that you are just feeling anxious for some reason and there is nobody watching your window, especially not with a gun! Try to take your mind off it. Lock the window, close the curtains (or ask somebody else to) and sit where you aren't in line with it or in a different room.

    You are safe! Just keep reminding yourself of that! xxxx

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    First night at uni :O
    Got the sort of room I wanted which is awesome

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    First night at uni :O
    Got the sort of room I wanted which is awesome

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    Good to hear :yy:
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    I don't have much problem swallowing them, although they are the biggest meds I have to take. Fun is good, until I can't get all the little white bits back in

    Now, the tastiest meds I had - I liked the mirtazapine tablets I was on as they were the dissoluble ones that tasted of lemon
    Haha, I can imagine. The first time I encountered the pull-apart ones I got white powder everywhere when unexpectedly the thing practically exploded in my curious hands.

    Aw no fair, I'm on mirtazapine and never got the lemon ones I like haloperidol as they taste of nothing which makes a nice change from some of the incredibly disgusting tastes I've experienced (Looking at you benztropine :dry: ).
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    (Original post by 05autyt)
    Oh thats not very friendly :/ and good
    Dunno really. Most of them are second years that already know each other.

    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    hot chocolate is good
    Maybe talk to your GP? They may prescribe low dose sleepting pills

    I am, I'm gonna have a very bad night I just know it


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    I didn't have any in the end, I just wasted time on the computer. I'd rather not want sleeping pills, I've not forgotten your reaction to them :eek:.

    :sad: :hugs:

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    First night at uni :O
    Got the sort of room I wanted which is awesome

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    That's great

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    Has anyone ever had pills that tasted of marmite? Weirdest thing ever...
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    (Original post by Kindred)
    ugs:
    Tell him if you can, he may check outside the window for you just to calm you. Are you with him? If so, curl up with him and try to relax. I'm very sure that you are just feeling anxious for some reason and there is nobody watching your window, especially not with a gun! Try to take your mind off it. Lock the window, close the curtains (or ask somebody else to) and sit where you aren't in line with it or in a different room.

    You are safe! Just keep reminding yourself of that! xxxx

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    No hell worry because hes downstairs and he dont need to worry!
    The windows open so im laid in the dark pretending im not here im pretty sure the man is hiding in the bushes over the road as i cant hear him walking around now gahhhhh
    Hidey hidey hidey


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    (Original post by avhhs)
    Dunno really. Most of them are second years that already know each other.



    I didn't have any in the end, I just wasted time on the computer. I'd rather not want sleeping pills, I've not forgotten your reaction to them :eek:.

    :sad: :hugs:



    That's great

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    That was only 1 night though and it was the strongest dose of that pill... There bloody amazing


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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Haha, I can imagine. The first time I encountered the pull-apart ones I got white powder everywhere when unexpectedly the thing practically exploded in my curious hands.

    Aw no fair, I'm on mirtazapine and never got the lemon ones I like haloperidol as they taste of nothing which makes a nice change from some of the incredibly disgusting tastes I've experienced (Looking at you benztropine :dry: ).
    I am lucky, that unlike paracetamol capsules (which are a fine white powder), the lanzoprole is made up of white little balls (about a millimetre big), so I am able to capture them and put most of the ones that escape back!

    This is the only time I got the dissoluble ones, no idea why I got given them. Agomelatine is the same - tastes of nothing. Not on any pills which taste bad currently luckily.
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    nervous about joining societies...

    therapist thinks its a good way to be more social, so i wont be cooped up in the house. though if it doesnt work, money spent on membership is wasted :pierre: (that and worried about impact on my degree)
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Has anyone ever had pills that tasted of marmite? Weirdest thing ever...
    Thats minging!


    But on other good news, my mum bought me instructions to make sockasauruses and sock cats :yep: :proud:


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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    lanzoprole is made up of white little balls (about a millimetre big)
    I ALWaYS wondered why rorys lanzoprosole rattled!


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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    I am lucky, that unlike paracetamol capsules (which are a fine white powder), the lanzoprole is made up of white little balls (about a millimetre big), so I am able to capture them and put most of the ones that escape back!

    This is the only time I got the dissoluble ones, no idea why I got given them. Agomelatine is the same - tastes of nothing. Not on any pills which taste bad currently luckily.
    Gotta catch 'em all!

    In hospital they gave me olanzapine vellotabs (sp?) that just tasted... erzatz? :pierre:
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    (Original post by Dmon1Unlimited)
    nervous about joining societies...

    therapist thinks its a good way to be more social, so i wont be cooped up in the house. though if it doesnt work, money spent on membership is wasted :pierre:
    Societies are usually fairly cheap - I agree with your therapist.

    You can either:

    - Join a big society (e.g. RockSoc / Your Course Society / LGBT / Quidditch Society / etc). This way, you have plenty of ops for making friends, but can slip away easily.
    - Join a small society (e.g. Ten Pin Bowling / Fencing / etc). This way, you are less likely to be left out, the whole group is one friend group, but you are more likely to be noticed if you don't turn up (and may get messaged asking why / etc).
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    I ALWaYS wondered why rorys lanzoprosole rattled!


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