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    Job interview tomorrow - wish me luck! :woo:
    Good luck!! Youl ace it


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    Fairy snuff :beard:
    still I get your point :P
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    So so sleepy and missing my boyfriend want to go home now if im honest but not going back until thursday
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    Went to one out of four lessons today. Can't stand college much longer, don't feel I have any energy for it.

    I hate the way this age group forms cliques that feel impossible to break into if you don't a) fit the mould or b) know one of them already. Have been feeling really down the last 3/4 months and think I need to go back to counselling and back on the anti depressants.

    How do people cope when they're feeling completely burnt out and have to work every day?
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    Went to one out of four lessons today. Can't stand college much longer, don't feel I have any energy for it.

    I hate the way this age group forms cliques that feel impossible to break into if you don't a) fit the mould or b) know one of them already. Have been feeling really down the last 3/4 months and think I need to go back to counselling and back on the anti depressants.

    How do people cope when they're feeling completely burnt out and have to work every day?
    i dont know how, but i just keep on trucking along, being in my own little world and not caring about whats going on around me. doing the bare minimum and trying to take in what i need to... doesnt always work though
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    Good! Hope it does too :yep:
    Thanks Hope you're ok.
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    Job interview tomorrow - wish me luck! :woo:
    Good luck!
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    Anyone else get really nervous before they go on holiday? I'm going to France and Belgium in under a fortnight and even though we are driving instead of flying, which is a weight off my mind. I'm still a nervous wreck! I miss when all I would feel is excitement before a holiday instead of dread before panic attacks started suppose its the thought of being away from my safe place (my flat) though I'm doubting if it's still my safe place as I seem to panic a lot here now. Also feel bad about leaving my mum to watch my cats after Toby died on Tuesday. She said she can't wait to watch my cats but I don't want her to feel worse because I know the grief from losing Toby is still raw. I feel it too


    I feel like a cow too because I am lucky enough to be able to go away and a lot people can't afford to or are in a worse state than me and here's me moaning and worrying about nothing really. Urgh I hate anxiety.

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    I'm feeling sad tonight at just how much I've let things slip. I've gone from being a soloist in a band to refusing to play at all for 5 years and then getting a seat on the easiest part possible.

    I've just been listening to some videos of how I used to play and - my goodness - I made a beautiful sound. It took me years to practice up to that standard, and it will take years again.

    Not sure I have the energy.

    I sound like a beginner at the moment though and it's depressing.
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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Anyone else get really nervous before they go on holiday? I'm going to France and Belgium in under a fortnight and even though we are driving instead of flying, which is a weight off my mind. I'm still a nervous wreck! I miss when all I would feel is excitement before a holiday instead of dread before panic attacks started suppose its the thought of being away from my safe place (my flat) though I'm doubting if it's still my safe place as I seem to panic a lot here now. Also feel bad about leaving my mum to watch my cats after Toby died on Tuesday. She said she can't wait to watch my cats but I don't want her to feel worse because I know the grief from losing Toby is still raw. I feel it too


    I feel like a cow too because I am lucky enough to be able to go away and a lot people can't afford to or are in a worse state than me and here's me moaning and worrying about nothing really. Urgh I hate anxiety.

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    Not a cow in the slightest. I'm going to Stockholm next month for uni fieldwork and am ****ting myself about it because I've never been before. My mum is coming which has allayed my fears somewhat but she's not much better in unfamiliar surroundings than I am. I've planned it quite well, I think, but nervous :afraid:

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm feeling sad tonight at just how much I've let things slip. I've gone from being a soloist in a band to refusing to play at all for 5 years and then getting a seat on the easiest part possible.

    I've just been listening to some videos of how I used to play and - my goodness - I made a beautiful sound. It took me years to practice up to that standard, and it will take years again.

    Not sure I have the energy.

    I sound like a beginner at the moment though and it's depressing.
    As a muso who barely plays anymore, I really do empathise with this. I guess all you can do is jump back on the bandwagon and try and do regular practice. It'll most likely come back, it's just a matter of time and patience (neither of which I have, personally) :yes:
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    I don't know what to do, really struggling and can't seem to distract myself


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    Well, after a whole night of writing, I am nearly finished with this ESA form. Got some support letters coming too, GP going to do a basic outline for me, but friends have kindly wrote letters on how they have seen my illness affect me

    Finally going to send CBT form off tomorrow, although I am extremely nervous about the whole thing, I know it can take a lot of work and I am not good at opening up to people straight away with this social anxiety thing

    At the moment my GP is seeing me every 2-3 weeks which is good for me as someone I have seen before who I can mention things too

    Suppose I am nervous about starting CBT and losing GP support, but someone I spoke to said they had counselling and still seen their GP every 2 weeks and that my GP may want to keep tabs on things anyway

    What do you guys think ? should i mention my worry to my gp about why it has taken a bit to actually send the CBT form off ?

    Or should i just send it and then say i'd still like his support alongside it ?
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    I don't know what to do, really struggling and can't seem to distract myself


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    Sorry, only just seen this - was writing a blog post I'm still up if you wanna PM me :hugs:

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    Well, after a whole night of writing, I am nearly finished with this ESA form. Got some support letters coming too, GP going to do a basic outline for me, but friends have kindly wrote letters on how they have seen my illness affect me

    Finally going to send CBT form off tomorrow, although I am extremely nervous about the whole thing, I know it can take a lot of work and I am not good at opening up to people straight away with this social anxiety thing

    At the moment my GP is seeing me every 2-3 weeks which is good for me as someone I have seen before who I can mention things too

    Suppose I am nervous about starting CBT and losing GP support, but someone I spoke to said they had counselling and still seen their GP every 2 weeks and that my GP may want to keep tabs on things anyway

    What do you guys think ? should i mention my worry to my gp about why it has taken a bit to actually send the CBT form off ?

    Or should i just send it and then say i'd still like his support alongside it ?
    Pretty sure I've said this to you at least once if not more, but: just ask your GP about it and say it would be in the interest of your mental wellbeing to see him once every so often. You're not asking anything outrageous at all and the worst that can happen is that he says no! Though I doubt he'd be able to say no, tbh...
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    Hey look I'm complaining about writing essays again. What a surprise. Can't concentrate for long enough to just write it. On the other hand my room is now spotless. Taking a break at the minute because I've done the biggest chunk of it now and just need to throw in some extra stuff to make it an okay length draw a quick diagram and write some kind of conclusion. I'd leave it til tomorrow but I have other work I need to do tomorrow and down that road there is last minute panic and stress. Plus I don't really need to be up early tomorrow so it makes more sense to write it now than pretend I'm going to force myself out of bed early to write it.

    Was talking to another medic at my college earlier. I don't know her particularly well but we were walking together and she mentioned she was having a bad week and suggested I go to the library to do my essay (not in the same sentence, that would be strange). Anyway I figured she wanted somebody to work with so I went and worked there. Then heard about how much she was struggling with stress and crying all the time. I suggested she take Wednesday off because she was really getting worked up about the reading we have to do for then (50 pages to learn) and that she has no time.

    I like to think that my being really open about mental health stuff helped her because why else would she talk to me about it? She has friends in the year that she's closer too so I'm thinking it was that. Not sure how much help I was but I know she's struggling now so I can make an effort to check how she is and socialise with her.

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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Sorry, only just seen this - was writing a blog post I'm still up if you wanna PM me :hugs:



    Pretty sure I've said this to you at least once if not more, but: just ask your GP about it and say it would be in the interest of your mental wellbeing to see him once every so often. You're not asking anything outrageous at all and the worst that can happen is that he says no! Though I doubt he'd be able to say no, tbh...
    Will be ok thanks, little bit calmer now and not sure what to say anyway hope you're ok? :hugs:


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    I like to think that my being really open about mental health stuff helped her because why else would she talk to me about it? She has friends in the year that she's closer too so I'm thinking it was that. Not sure how much help I was but I know she's struggling now so I can make an effort to check how she is and socialise with her.

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    You rockstar. Sounds like you've helped much more than you realise, by being open about mental health :lovehug:

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    Will be ok thanks, little bit calmer now and not sure what to say anyway hope you're ok? :hugs:


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    Sure no worries, lovely. Just keep safe, OK? :hugs:
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    You rockstar. Sounds like you've helped much more than you realise, by being open about mental health :lovehug:



    Sure no worries, lovely. Just keep safe, OK? :hugs:
    I'm trying, thanks :hugs;


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    I'm trying, thanks :hugs;


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    good luck :hugs:

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    Good luck!! Youl ace it


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    Thanks Hope you're ok.

    Good luck!
    Thanks lovelies! :lovehug:
 
 
 
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