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    really really need to stay away from google

    people are sugesting i may have something up with my gallbladder which is proper freaking me out :cry2:
    i dont want to be ill or go to hospital

    boyfriends mum is gonna talk to some collegues tomorrow, and apparently i have to book a drs appointment for friday to get it checked out
    terrified :sadnod:
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    I could see and can still hear The Blitz happening on the street outside my window.

    Recently I've been coping okay with my hallucinations (and able to tell the difference,)

    but am currently curled up under my bed hiding with my pet dog... I don't know who is hugging harder.




    Just needed somewhere to tell this and my family are out, took me disappointingly long to me to write this
    I know, very unappropriate question: You mean World War II ? If yes, are you that old ? (Okay, the last was probably extremely inappropriate and I am again a terrible person, but so curious I write it down. :mad:.)

    A hugging dog, so sweet ... Dogs are awesome, although they can be annoying, too.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know, very unappropriate question: You mean World War II ? If yes, are you that old ? (Okay, the last was probably extremely inappropriate and I am again a terrible person, but so curious I write it down. :mad:.)

    A hugging dog, so sweet ... Dogs are awesome, although they can be annoying, too.
    I know right, so much love for my pet <3

    my family are back.

    wasn't at the blitz but fireworks outside were explosions and messing with my head.

    been a stressful night but worried im becoming more delusion again but at least i've realised it quite soon this time now the fireworks have stopped.
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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    Today has been so mixed. I dropped out of my course today, I just couldn't afford it, and my health was just stopping me doing any work. I feel like a failure, like I gave up. I wanted to help people so much and I don't know where to go now. I need to get a job.

    On the way home I drove past a bridge. I someone and it looked like they were crying, so I stopped to see if he was okay. Literally as soon as I got there the police came behind me and the person started to run towards the highest point. I just sprinted and managed to grab them and hold them until the police caught up and handcuffed them. The police took him away after that. I just got back in my car and cried, it was like all the adrenaline just went away. I'm just at home now. I feel a bit shaken. I just need to calm down. I dunno if I did the right thing. I keep thinking about it.
    :jumphug:
    Hope your feeling a bit better now, and never forget you ARE awesome and strong :yep:


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    I know it's silly but I don't really miss my parents or anyone. I do miss my cats though. They're just cute little balls of unconditional love and they're so calming. I wish I could have a cat here with me. I really do think cats can help with depression cos my cats sure make me feel better a lot!
    I've been skyping my parents a bit and my cats always search behind the computer trying to find me. They're so sweet. They make me feel so loved :3

    Crazy cat lady out :P

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    I know it's silly but I don't really miss my parents or anyone. I do miss my cats though. They're just cute little balls of unconditional love and they're so calming. I wish I could have a cat here with me. I really do think cats can help with depression cos my cats sure make me feel better a lot!
    I've been skyping my parents a bit and my cats always search behind the computer trying to find me. They're so sweet. They make me feel so loved :3

    Crazy cat lady out :P

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    I find that animals really help, when I had my hamster I found it very therapeutic just spending time looking after him, playing with him, sorting him out little treats etc. I'd love another pet but I'm in halls just now and allergic to most animals. Maybe at some point in the future
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    Feeling **** right now, my bad habits of avoiding people and then feeling bad as a result of it have come back. Really don't know what I'm doing, hate this so much. Why does something so simple have to be really difficult for me? And I'm having trouble with not eating enough.
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    I have a meeting later today with my tutor to talk about an essay I just handed in and why i'm missing so many lectures. I'm rather nervous about it. I'm going to have to tell him about my depression etc and I don't know how it's going to go.
    At the moment I am not at all confident that i'm going to do well this year. With the amount of lectures and reading I have missed so far I would not be at all supprised if I failed.
    I don't know what i'm going to do with myself. I still haven't met anybody. I'm just constantly locked up in my room avoiding the world. At this rate uni is going to be an utter nightmare.

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    Hey guys, I recently started a vlog of my journey through depression entitled Beating the Beast. Give my first video a view, hopefully some of you can relate, perhaps it'll even brighten your day.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLAVN4UZ8K0

    Thanks all,
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    So I went to see the doctor and he claims that my horrible weekend was caused by the flu, not the fluoxetine. It's mainly gone now so I'm not really bothered, apart from the fact that I've barely had any food in the last 4 days so even the walk to the doctors left me exhausted


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    (Original post by Kindred)
    I have a meeting later today with my tutor to talk about an essay I just handed in and why i'm missing so many lectures. I'm rather nervous about it. I'm going to have to tell him about my depression etc and I don't know how it's going to go.
    At the moment I am not at all confident that i'm going to do well this year. With the amount of lectures and reading I have missed so far I would not be at all supprised if I failed.
    I don't know what i'm going to do with myself. I still haven't met anybody. I'm just constantly locked up in my room avoiding the world. At this rate uni is going to be an utter nightmare.

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    Hey Kindred. I'm sorry to hear you're going through a rough patch. That's really crap about your work and Uni situation. Are you currently getting any help for depression? On any meds? Getting any counselling?

    Hope your meeting goes OK. Let us know how you get on.

    Best wishes,
    Incandescent.
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    In hospital for the last 2 weeks and now they've upgraded me to section 3 because I have no insight appernently it's bull****.
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    (Original post by avhhs)
    Feeling **** right now, my bad habits of avoiding people and then feeling bad as a result of it have come back. Really don't know what I'm doing, hate this so much. Why does something so simple have to be really difficult for me? And I'm having trouble with not eating enough.
    :hugs: I think we're having the same sort of problems at the moment. I haven't had lunch for a few weeks now cos I keep forgetting and I still haven't gone out and tried to meet anyone or join any societies.
    As far as socialising goes, I'm probably not a great person for giving advice atm, but just try taking it a little step at a time.

    Why is it you haven't been eating much?


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    (Original post by Incandescent)
    Hey Kindred. I'm sorry to hear you're going through a rough patch. That's really crap about your work and Uni situation. Are you currently getting any help for depression? On any meds? Getting any counselling?

    Hope your meeting goes OK. Let us know how you get on.

    Best wishes,
    Incandescent.
    Hey.
    Yeah I am getting help. I'm on meds and I've got various people I'm seeing. I'm just going through a rough patch at the moment I guess.
    Thanks for the reply and for that post about your vlog. I think I'll take a look at that later.


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    (Original post by Kindred)
    :hugs: I think we're having the same sort of problems at the moment. I haven't had lunch for a few weeks now cos I keep forgetting and I still haven't gone out and tried to meet anyone or join any societies.
    As far as socialising goes, I'm probably not a great person for giving advice atm, but just try taking it a little step at a time.

    Why is it you haven't been eating much?


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    Thanks . Not long after I posted last night someone from next door came round for 20 minutes and that was good. As far as my other friends are concerned, things have turned complicated. I managed to upset someone when I was pissed off, it is a girl I really like. And in lessons I keep seeing her close to another guy, and looks like they've got together and stuff. They are/were in relationships already so from a moral point of view I'm quite annoyed. I know the girl said to me she is in a relationship but they've been on-and-off and were having problems. Part of me thinks she wasn't being faithful :erm:. All in all, a big mess I've found myself in :sad:.

    It is a mixture of not wanting to eat and not being bothered to cook :dontknow:.

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    In hospital for the last 2 weeks and now they've upgraded me to section 3 because I have no insight appernently it's bull****.
    :jumphug: Really sorry to hear that hun. Hang on in there! :jumphug: :console:

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    Just had my first uni counselling thing. I feel sick. I'm so scared by all of this and I just feel so alone :'( I don't know what I want. I'm so confused. Because the ED is so strong at the min. I don't know :'(
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    (Original post by 05autyt)
    Just had my first uni counselling thing. I feel sick. I'm so scared by all of this and I just feel so alone :'( I don't know what I want. I'm so confused. Because the ED is so strong at the min. I don't know :'(
    Stick with the counselling hun, it can help.
    Your not alone, you have all us, uni will help you loads i promise :yep:
    :jumphug:


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