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    (Original post by Cantthinkofname)
    My problems are probably worse then yours but you're too obtuse to realize other peoples emotions and how a stupid comment you posted just doesn't even amount to a big problem like me and others have. I leave everything tomorrow everything my country my family and I won't see them for ages and this happens every year.

    I don't care what you have to say but for the future stop being so dramatic and feeling sorry for yourself


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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Sounds like you've got a great attitude, and with that you'll go far (especially if you stick with us ).
    (: I'm just trying to keep myself in perspective at the moment, I'm writing myself a list of things I MUST do when I'm at uni it says things like....

    - shower each day
    - drink something each day [no alcohol or fizzy drinks - they make me ill]
    - change my underwear and clothes each day
    - take care of hygiene stuff [i.e. shower, change clothes, wear deodorant, clean teeth]
    - eat something before lectures AT LEAST
    - take medication (:
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    (Original post by SweetNothing)
    These comments made me happy
    No problem girl, I got ya
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    (: I'm just trying to keep myself in perspective at the moment, I'm writing myself a list of things I MUST do when I'm at uni it says things like....

    - shower each day
    - drink something each day [no alcohol or fizzy drinks - they make me ill]
    - change my underwear and clothes each day
    - take care of hygiene stuff [i.e. shower, change clothes, wear deodorant, clean teeth]
    - eat something before lectures AT LEAST
    - take medication (:
    :yy: Sounds good. In fact, sounds a lot better than how some students manage.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
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    Depends what you mean by results? I mean yeah, you'll get better grades, but what's the point of good grades if you're still unhappy? :console:
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    because part of me would rather be successful than happy? i'd get better grades = better degree = better career, and thats what matters to the people around me? i'm sure my parents and the rest of my family would be really disappointed if i didn't get an amazing job
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    (Original post by Team_McDreamy)
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    because part of me would rather be successful than happy? i'd get better grades = better degree = better career, and thats what matters to the people around me? i'm sure my parents and the rest of my family would be really disappointed if i didn't get an amazing job
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    You deserve more than that though, you deserve to be happy too! And any sane parent would prefer their child being happy over miserable.
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    Got work but I can't be bothered :/ so tired (though that's nothing new haha)


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    Did this place have a fight without me!? :eek:

    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    (: I'm just trying to keep myself in perspective at the moment, I'm writing myself a list of things I MUST do when I'm at uni it says things like....

    - shower each day
    - drink something each day [no alcohol or fizzy drinks - they make me ill]
    - change my underwear and clothes each day
    - take care of hygiene stuff [i.e. shower, change clothes, wear deodorant, clean teeth]
    - eat something before lectures AT LEAST
    - take medication (:
    Add brush teeth! Get 500ml bottles of water you can refill and drink 4 a day!
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    :yy: Sounds good. In fact, sounds a lot better than how some students manage.
    thank you (: I'm just trying to work out what I can do to help myself get through each day in grade school I used stickers on a chart and depending on how many stickers i got depends on what treat i got at the end of the week / month
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    (Original post by samba)
    Add brush teeth! Get 500ml bottles of water you can refill and drink 4 a day!
    clean teeth is what i meant for brushing my teeth
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    :hugs: I don't think I will
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    You will! .
    What's not to like about you? You're funny, kind, attractive. I'd stick around haha.


    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Thanks man. I'm feeling a bit better about things after a chat with the wonderful Lonely Goatherd. Got another one on friday and trying to stay hopeful about that. Although the position and hence the requirements are higher so I already know I have no chance...but maybe I'll get lucky. :crossedf:


    I don't think I've spoken to you directly before, how're you doing?
    You can't assume you'll have no chance. The jobs I've ended up getting are the once I never in a million years thought I'd get so. Good luck!

    Na I don't think we have. Yeah I'm ok . Trying to stop myself getting down about the number of people I know who are either getting married or are in happy long lasting relationships. But other than that I am actually doing pretty well. How you feeling today? .
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    (Original post by superwolf)
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    You deserve more than that though, you deserve to be happy too! And any sane parent would prefer their child being happy over miserable.
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    i know my parents would prefer that, but i don't want to make them prefer that? i don't want them to have to fulfil their parental obligation to love me because i failed them? i dunno
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    struggling, really bad, so many numbers, too many things going through my head, need to calm down, need tto sort out bookshelf for university, need to calm down *hides*
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    (Original post by Cantthinkofname)
    My problems are probably worse then yours but you're too obtuse to realize other peoples emotions and how a stupid comment you posted just doesn't even amount to a big problem like me and others have. I leave everything tomorrow everything my country my family and I won't see them for ages and this happens every year.

    I don't care what you have to say but for the future stop being so dramatic and feeling sorry for yourself


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    Not much else can be said.

    You are bang out of order. How do you know your problems are worse? Do you know SweetNothing personally? Do you know what they have been through? NO
    So please dont throw accusations out that you have no idea if they are true.

    From what i remember you moved to the UK when you were 2 yes? Therefore England is probably more "your country" than any other country in the world.
    And i agree with wolfie, you get to see your family in America every year, then yourself lucky! What about those people that will never see their mum or dad again? Or were brought up without parents? Those in care? You have no right to think you are better than anyone else when in ways you have a cushty life.

    I suggest you think about what you say on here before you post. We are one society you dont want to upset, and the way your going, your gonna regret it. Youv been lucky you havnt been reported yet!


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    Not much else can be said.

    You are bang out of order. How do you know your problems are worse? Do you know SweetNothing personally? Do you know what they have been through? NO
    So please dont throw accusations out that you have no idea if they are true.

    From what i remember you moved to the UK when you were 2 yes? Therefore England is probably more "your country" than any other country in the world.
    And i agree with wolfie, you get to see your family in America every year, then yourself lucky! What about those people that will never see their mum or dad again? Or were brought up without parents? Those in care? You have no right to think you are better than anyone else when in ways you have a cushty life.

    I suggest you think about what you say on here before you post. We are one society you dont want to upset, and the way your going, your gonna regret it. Youv been lucky you havnt been reported yet!


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    (Original post by tasha96)
    Achievements for the day:
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    1) I'm out of bed

    2) Errrrm.... :erm:

    Yeah. :nothing: What a superstar. :nothing: And I have so much to do today. :sad:
    You made it out of bed! That's great! Getting out of bed is akin to saying "I want to be part of the world today, instead of hiding in my burrito of sadness." Don't put pressure on yourself to do lots and lots, just prioritise the one or two things that are most important and get them done. OR make a to do list and rank them in the order of amount of time they'll take and do all the itty bitty bots first because then you can cross them all off like "Hell yeah look how much I'm achieving today!"

    You'll get there, I promise ^_^
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    to those who think that they have not achieved anything today. they have, sometimes, for people who have differences to their lifes just getting out of bed is a massive achievement it shows the world "hi I'm alive, I'm awesome, I may not be a ninja today BUT I'm going to wake up!" and that's a great thing.

    to those who struggle on a daily basis but still go through everything and try their bestest we salute you here have a cookie *hands cookie* and sparkles *gives sparkly things* doing your bestest everyday is always a good thing.

    i feel like i need to give you all a massive hug and teddies and blankies (:
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    struggling. what is it with people lying to me? I don't deserve this. I do my ****ing best by everyone. I have ****ing nobody. what is wrong with this world
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    thank you (: I'm just trying to work out what I can do to help myself get through each day in grade school I used stickers on a chart and depending on how many stickers i got depends on what treat i got at the end of the week / month
    Ok, this reminds me of what my best friend has on the back of her door. She had days and sections for socialise, exercise, chores etc. It's a good way of staying accountable.
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    For anyone who's having a bad day take a few minutes to look through this page http://www.buzzfeed.com/animals full of cute animals guaranteed to give a smile!
 
 
 
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