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    (Original post by samba)
    I got BCCCDD :p: They literally don't. I'm a bit older than you now, and not even one person mentions/asks me about them in any walk of life. Going to a semi decent uni too in a month, Honestly, don't worry about them
    good for you. I'm 25...I have dropped out of 3 Uni's, had to do two college courses instead of A-Levels...and I am constantly reminded by people how well they did at school where I did ****. believe me they matter.
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    Depression is who I am now the person who was alive years ago, who had everything has gone forever


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    I felt like that around Autumn 2012 - Summer 2013, I can relate Have a BIG hug from me! :hugs:
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    (Original post by iloveteddy14)
    Depression is who I am now the person who was alive years ago, who had everything has gone forever


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    Its good to learn from the past, but try not to dwell on it too much :hugs:

    I wouldn't say everything is gone, we just change a lot. We can draw great strength from our suffering :console:

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    Didn't get any sleep last night, tossed and turned and constantly had cold sweats, urgh. Always happens when i need to be awake for something in the morning, i think i worry too much about sleeping through alarms. Wonder when its gonna catch up with me...need to be up early tomorrow too.

    The cabbie i got was cool, had a nice chat on the way to the station. Hope my phone lasts the journey, no charger ;_;

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    i think my depression isn't get a job do a course and i am cured. I just believe that its a long term fluctuating condition and there's management but no cure that works
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    (Original post by iloveteddy14)
    i think my depression isn't get a job do a course and i am cured. I just believe that its a long term fluctuating condition and there's management but no cure that works
    Well said. I think I'm the same. Those words have helped me.

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    Aargh I have the best kind of problem - mystery parcel that's probably a birthday present - should I wait and be good, or open it now?


    Also I can't decide which mouse treats/toys to buy. :puppyeyes:
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    I vaguely remember a penguin being about for a bit Though I can't be 100% sure Good to have you here again regardless (even if I'm also sorry that you're feeling bleh enough to come alone here )
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    That isn't fair of your parents at all to expect you to get those sorts of crazy grades :eek: :console: Though reading your posts/reply to me last time it seems they might just be rubbish-y parents often times (if you don't mind me saying so )
    Just see how they go - you can only do as well as you can - and I'm sure you tried your hardest and no-one can ask for more than that! (Really!) Plus just remember that you've probably not been so well as other people, so you've had it harder than others. Lots and lots of luck for tomorrow though!
    I feel a lot better today! Results went well, no quibbles with my parents My mum cried so thankfully nothing ended in disaster!
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Aargh I have the best kind of problem - mystery parcel that's probably a birthday present - should I wait and be good, or open it now?


    Also I can't decide which mouse treats/toys to buy. :puppyeyes:
    Wait :unimpressed:


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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Aargh I have the best kind of problem - mystery parcel that's probably a birthday present - should I wait and be good, or open it now?


    Also I can't decide which mouse treats/toys to buy. :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    Wait :unimpressed:

    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    Wait
    I wouldn't :p:
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Aargh I have the best kind of problem - mystery parcel that's probably a birthday present - should I wait and be good, or open it now?


    Also I can't decide which mouse treats/toys to buy. :puppyeyes:
    Be a good wolf and wait! If you do decide to be a bad one though make sure to tell us what's in there and we can share in your exciting mysteriousness (is that a word?)

    A cat? But no, cats are horrible and mice are nice, so maybe a toy one would be better :yep:
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    (Original post by samba)
    I wouldn't :p:


    (Original post by furryface12)
    Be a good wolf and wait! If you do decide to be a bad one though make sure to tell us what's in there and we can share in your exciting mysteriousness (is that a word?)

    A cat? But no, cats are horrible and mice are nice, so maybe a toy one would be better :yep:
    I'll probably be a good wolf. :angel: And it's very likely knitting books, I recognise the name of the shop it's from (plus I gave my mum a whole list of knitting books to choose from ).

    I'm thinking of buying them an adventure playground.
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    I'll probably be a good wolf. :angel: And it's very likely knitting books, I recognise the name of the shop it's from (plus I gave my mum a whole list of knitting books to choose from ).

    I'm thinking of buying them an adventure playground.
    That angel looks anything but angelic :lol:

    Oooh, can I have a go? :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    That angel looks anything but angelic :lol:

    Oooh, can I have a go? :puppyeyes:
    You may, although I was not aware that you were mouse-sized.
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    (Original post by thatsthebadger93)
    Sorry to quote most of your reply doimg it from a mobile! Thanks for the hugs it's going better than I thought it would starting to get escorted leave from monday and home leave for my birthday so that's good. How are things with you?
    That's okay! No need to apologise :nah:
    Glad it's better than you thought - that sounds good, getting a bit of freedom at least? oh, happy birthday! (For whenever that is/was :hugs:)
    Up and down, apparently thanks

    (Original post by DebkoX)
    I spose I could but I don't even know whats wrong with me.
    One friend say 'Psychologically damaged' its possible. I'm well aware of the fact I'm probably not well up there, but its never been terrible.
    Don't need to know what's bad with you necessarily - that's their job - but if you think you're not 100% well, then they're there to try and help you get better Just something to think about maybe? Sorry I don't want to, or mean to be like "GO TO THE DOCTORS"

    (Original post by Cantthinkofname)
    I'll just start talking because the title of this thread is 'mental health'.

    My story isn't as bad as many of you people on this page but for me it is very hard. When I was two years old my parents divorced, we lived in New York we are American. When they divorced my mum decided to come to England. I wasn't used to this at all considering everything about New York leaving all my family, I only had my brother and sister and my mum. My dad had made a plan that every summer me and my brother and sister move back for the duration of the holiday. I know this May seem like a very good thing, it is for me I love it but at the end of summer I have to leave my dad and my country. I live in a small town a aswell which I hate because the neighbors are always doing bad things (I won't go into detail) I've been to CAMS or however you spell it and it was alright but I decided not to because they placed me on tier three which is self harm which I don't deliberately do. I just need to talk to someone with the problems. I'm sixteen and in nine days again the torture of separating from my father begins. If you read this thankyou.
    Sounds tough with all the moving about Are there any counsellors at your school you could see? Though that might be what the CAMHS thing was

    (Original post by tasha96)
    Its horrible. :sad: Although in a way I'm kind of relieved it's not sadness, wich is what I thought it was at first. Sorry you experience it too. :hugs:

    Take EVERYTHING. This is why you should carry a handbag- All Of The Space for All Of The Sweeties....


    It is awful. Its a physical pain. I'm so glad its reduced in frequency and duration for you though. :jumphug:
    I know what you mean about it being like a void you have to fill. :sad: I think that's why I feel the need to CONSTANTLY be busy (I've worked it so I have college during the day, something (mostly free things) on every evening and either a first aid duty or a camp or a leaders planning session or something at the weekend ) And why I struggle so much during the summer when most of the clubs and volunteering stops.
    Well I think I do, not sure Don't quite get the pain maybe I'm sorry you're feeling like that at the moment though :console:

    Haha :lol: I popped into tesco and got some sweets beforehand I'm not taking a handbag though I have a satchel though They didn't check it at all, it's a smaller cinema than I was expecting too, I don't think they'd ever check bags really

    Think I'm going to have to make myself more busy/have more of a schedule when I'm back at Uni, I find a schedule/being busy helps too I think Though then at the same time being busy = stress = bad
    That sounds like a good plan though for having things to do in evenings and occasional weekend

    (Original post by tasha96)
    Back to lying curled up on the floor just listening to harry potter audio books again. :cry2: That's what I used to do before I went into hospital. Dont know how to snap out of it- I feel so awful. :cry2: And its so fecking pathetic- Im eighteen ffs I should be able to deal with things and I dont and just dijggo;iwej;okmdq.dmkkkv. :bawling:
    :jumphug: Not pathetic at all! :hugs: Harry Potter's good though :s:

    (Original post by Star-girl)
    Thanks.

    :hugs: It is. I love to re-read my diaries after some time has passed - it's so much fun. :lol: True! I am having a good time.
    I take it you've been keeping them for a while? It's fun, though sometimes shocking at how rushed my writing is sometimes and often sad
    :woo: Glad you've having fun

    (Original post by lauraaaaa)
    haha, ive had three months before and was perfectly fine when i got back in the car so its all fine! I just never have anywhere to drive too, and all the drivers are ********s round here! Absolutely hate when people drive up your arse anyway aha! yeah, I’m in james college! although I’ve managed to **** up paying for my accommodation, so now i have to faff about trying to correct that without my parents knowing :/ i don’t have any student loan! I’m having to pay £400 extra just for accommodation! yeah i watched the perks of being a wall flower online…illegally sorrynotsorry, i watch everything online hahah! she’s been in a fair few things I’ve seen, but apparently the bling ring is good!

    I GOT SPAG BOL! :lol: ooh, i haven’t seen that, let me know if its good! haha i love food so much its a problem
    hahahah sounds like a good idea to me! not at someones house though!

    and yes because my bank account has been frozen in an ISA for four years so I’ve never been able to draw any money out so haven’t needed one can’t wait to use a cash machine for the first time :lol: I’m so sad! and oh please hahaha! I got a free rail card, which i need to apply for actually! i also just bought my first freshers ticket! and yeah I’m okay thanks, still really dehydrated though :/ how are you?
    Trying to decide where to drive right now myself actually Feel as though I should use it/get used to the car - as currently I'm terrible in this one Yeah that's horrible :mad: ah cool that's a shame Hope you can get it sorted okay soon, secretly :ninja: :eek: oh no! a lot of people seem to have that problem I think the way they work out the student loans is stupid, parents shouldn't be expected to look after their children post-18. :/ (IMO) Plus there are fee waivers here where I am which I swear make no sense basing off parent income, but anyway...
    Haha #sorrynotsorry I used to occasionally, but our ISP blocked the site I used :/ Ah okay, might give it a look then

    :woo: I have a bol pasta bake in the fridge I think - might have it tonight It was really good thanks Exactly!

    Oh right okay! Haha, it's quite useful having one particularly if you forget to get money out/don't have the change. Hahaha No. :unimpressed: () Oh awesome Hope you're feeling better this morning (or afternoon now... :lol:)
    I am up and down not sure :/

    (Original post by WelshBluebird)
    Been feeling really weird the last day or so. Like not lonely per say but just a bit "meh" about the fact that:
    1 - Most of my friends live elsewhere so I can't really do much unless I travel around the plac (which don't get me wrong I love doing, but isn't really feasible every single weekend and doesn't help during the week).
    2 - That most of my friends are in relationships .
    Can definitely relate to 1 and in part 2 :sadnod: :hugs:
    We moved house from where I went to school/sixth form this february, been a bit odd because I've had Uni inbetween then/before we moved, but been sad the last 2 holidays just because I can't really see them. Like a 3 hour drive away :/ Been up there once which was nice, and possibly seeing some of them again sometimes next month. I'm sorry you're apart from them though
    Also closest friends are in relationships too and relationships within our friendship "group" (even if I hate calling it that ) - and they're all really cute and I'm happy for them, but also end up feeling a bit left out? They've all had a great year with University/their partners and I'm just sort of stuck here... Sorry, me rambling a bit here.

    :hugs:

    (Original post by PandaWho)
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    Made a feel good cake
    Sorry, meant to reply to this sooner but :teeth: Was/is it tasty? Share some? :puppyeyes:

    I'm glad you've had a nice time with brother staying Shame that he has to go, but did you say he's only away for a year this time? ("only" a year, long time I know, but less than last time?)

    (Original post by Valvopus)
    Hostel I'm staying at has wifi. Croatia is really warm and overall have had a good day. Just worrying because the room we've ended up on is more expensive than I budgeted for, my own fault for messing up the booking but does make me worry I'm going to run out of money. Like I've checked my bank account and there's no way it'll stretch til I get home. Even when I finally March my friend to the bank to get my money I'm still going to end up short. I can borrow money from my parents but it just feels like such a screw up. Also they're then going to realise I have basically no plan on how I'm going to afford heading to Cyprus when I get home. My plan there is just to not really spend any money at all which I suspect isn't actually possible.
    So I'm exhausted after getting up at 2am to catch my flight then spending the day sightseeing but I can't even contemplate sleep right now even though we're getting up at 6:30 to do more sightseeing. I want to see all the stuff but this place just seems to eat money.
    Dreading to think what I'm going to be like if my student loan doesn't come through by the time term starts.
    Do you need to get to cyprus? :dontknow:
    If at start of term student loan's stupid then you can always borrow from parents then? Not your fault at all if SFE screw up!

    Hope you have a nice time in croatia!

    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Not really. She still thinks tickling is an appropriate response. :sigh:

    I've seen Guardians of the Galaxy it was pretty good. What did you think of it? I really want to see Let's be cops but my wife says the reviews are crap so she's not seeing it.
    Hmm Not appropriate at all :no: Hate that sort of thing Have you talked to her about it? Let her know that you don't like being tickled? (or at least not when you're feeling rubbish )

    Yeah really enjoyed it Was quite light hearted and just fun I thought I'm still not quite sure how bradley cooper was the raccoon/rocket
    :lol: I just looked at a couple of clips for that I think with reviews that quite often they rate things bad, but that often doesn't stop them being really enjoyable to watch

    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    TLG Update: Huge influx of relatives for the summer (started yesterday) so will hardly be on here. Don't panic if I don't post for many days in a row!
    :eek: Hope they're not too overwhelming :hugs:

    (Original post by furryface12)
    Sorry, nope I can't see it, I'm on my ipod Will look tomorrow if I remember :yep: And you can NEVER have too many smileys :no::eek:

    I've never actually noticed security guards at supermarkets in my town, they must have them I suppose but never really looked if I'm honest... I have no idea! He seemed quite confused by it too :lol:

    Today's been a bit better, still didn't go to woods but generally felt okish other than a really really dizzy bit earlier. Hoping it doesn't come back again as I've run out of tablets and don't want to keep passing out etc on holiday

    Ok, fair enough

    That's quite nice actually, means you have the choice without it being too overwhelming hopefully People coming and going could be more difficult, but if they're nice that's good!

    They're a few years older than me, they've all finished uni and got jobs and things It's kind of difficult as I know them too well to do the 'what sort of thing are you into' stuff (not that I'm exactly great at that anyway ) but not like sibling or good friend well so that we can laugh at each other and things :dontknow: It should be fine, they're all nice, just not sure what to expect really and I don't normally see more than one of them at once.
    LOOK >>>:facepalm2:<<< :gah: I suppose that is true :woo:

    Fair enough :eek: Tesco always has one, anyway - at least I've found that

    Glad your day's been better, sorry that dizzyness is getting you :console: Can you get a repeat prescription quickly before you go at all? or a similar over-the-counter thing or something?

    Yeah Mostly avoiding them I think Feel a bit bad, but at the same time just easier this way I think Yeah I hope they're all nice Apparently the next person has teenagers though scary :sad: :hide:

    Ah okay, yeah I can see that being difficult - I'm sure you'll all have fun though! I hope you do :hugs:


    (Original post by Meaty_man)
    I'm very confident that you wouldn't, you're a good guy, probably more so than you give yourself credit for
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    (Original post by penguindrum)
    I feel a lot better today! Results went well, no quibbles with my parents My mum cried so thankfully nothing ended in disaster!
    :woo: Glad they went well, and that they're being nice/good Many well done's, too! :hugs:

    (Original post by superwolf)
    Aargh I have the best kind of problem - mystery parcel that's probably a birthday present - should I wait and be good, or open it now?


    Also I can't decide which mouse treats/toys to buy. :puppyeyes:
    :lol: I'm sorry to say it wolfie... but wait.
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    Been feeling really low, panicky, anxious and nervous recently, just hoping this feeling goes away soon :cry2:
    Can't stop worrying and overthinking things either ugh.
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    (Original post by SassQueen13)
    Been feeling really low, panicky, anxious and nervous recently, just hoping this feeling goes away soon :cry2:
    Can't stop worrying and overthinking things either ugh.
    message me if you need too :hugs:
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    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
    I got 7 C's and 1 F...

    they don't mean nothing though, like everyone judges you on them & they determine what you can do in a lot of ways for your future...

    (Original post by samba)
    I got BCCCDD :p: They literally don't. I'm a bit older than you now, and not even one person mentions/asks me about them in any walk of life. Going to a semi decent uni too in a month, Honestly, don't worry about them
    Can confirm.

    My GCSEs: CCCEE.

    I had offers from Warwick, York, Exeter and UEA (interviewed at Cambridge [though they told me where to go ]) and they have never been referenced at any job interview I've ever attended. Whether they matter for your sense of self worth or not is another issue but really you shouldn't place too much stock in the opinion of anyone who thinks that your academic history is necessarily an accurate representation of your ability, let alone your worth. Life is - for many of us - a winding path, punctuated by obstacles and potholes. Try to worry about tomorrow.

 
 
 
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