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    Change is unavoidable.
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    (Original post by Phobia27)
    Sheffield generally has that effect on people
    Hahaha, it does, I absolutely love it here, I'm soooo glad I cancelled my London offers and called UCAS to tell them to firm Sheffield instead of what I'd firmed before.

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    Must miss the weather a bit though, no?
    Hahaha, just a bit. :p:
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    (Original post by patientology)
    No.
    But nice try.
    You are seriously suggesting you were not a little frightened of going - because if so you must be the first person I have met who wasnt!
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    (Original post by mollymustard)
    You are seriously suggesting you were not a little frightened of going - because if so you must be the first person I have met who wasnt!
    Theres always a first time. Maybe its because I went to sixth-form abroad for two years. I don't feel home at home and I was sort of relieved when I finally went to Uni- If there were any emotions at all. Life goes on^^
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    Hi, sorry everyone for not replying and thanks everyone for posting,
    i guess i just keep thinking, why do things have to change? Why can't i stay here and my boyfriend stay at his and things carry on as they are? I know it probably could work long distance but i think why should it have to when things are great as they are.
    If i took a gap year my mum would force me to get a full time job, and if i couldn't find one she'd moan at me every day; it seems all my family are more excited about primary teaching and uni than me. I suppose i gap year would be 'putting it off' but i was hoping i'd feel more ready next year?
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    Hi, can I ask how this all turned out for you?
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    I'm so scared of going to uni as I have trust issues and struggle to talk to new people. Got any ideas to help. Despite this looking forward to uni x
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    (Original post by wrenage)
    This is what i'm scared of:
    1)Moving out
    2)Me and my boyfriend going to seperate unis
    3)Everything being completely different (i don't like change)
    4)The Primary Teaching Degree being too hard/demanding,
    Seeing as i'm finding A-Levels hard now
    5)Missing my boyfriend/mum.



    Anyone have advice?

    Everytime i think of uni i just feel sick, everyone is so excited about the opportunity but i just can't get excited, even when i have looked round the unis. I can't take a gap year either because my whole family think they are a waste of time.
    Do you think my worries are normal and i'll be fine; or do you think i should take a gap year?
    Perhaps have a few sessions of CBT?
 
 
 
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