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    Reasons for wanting to leave:
    - My teachers hate me and seem reluctant to help when I ask for it
    - I'm no longer willing to socialise (generally beginning to hate everyone)
    - People there seem to have something against me
    - My motivation towards work is wearing very thin
    - I dread going to college in the morning
    - just generally felt like absolute crap since college started. its reaching the point where i dont want to leave home to go anywhere


    there are some other reasons but i cant put my finger on them atm

    strangely enough though, this isn't how I always feel about college. there are times when things/people seem fine - it gives me mixed feelings.

    anyway are those reasons good enough for leaving? i'm also worried about my parents reaction to me wanting to move, they dont really suspect anything and they'll probably think i'm depressed or something andthey'll make me try and see a doctor.
    shall i just wait a while longer and see how it goes?

    also if i do leave i'm worried that nothing will change - maybe i'll feel the same way everywhere i go (i felt the same way in school)
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    I would say don't leave, only because if you go to a different college you may hate it more! Are you in your first year? Because I've found the first year is always worse than the second year.
    If its a good college then I would say stick it out Things will get better! Its only 2 years anyway!
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    (Original post by ranbow99)
    I would say don't leave, only because if you go to a different college you may hate it more! Are you in your first year? Because I've found the first year is always worse than the second year.
    If its a good college then I would say stick it out Things will get better! Its only 2 years anyway!
    its my first year, i dont think anything will be better by next year if i stay
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    It's so late on in the year now, if you move there's a chance it might disrupt your learning. You need to have a more positive attitude, because your basically telling us everyone 'hates' you and you 'hate' everyone. If you have a feeling you'll feel the same anywhere you go, maybe it isn't 'everyone' who's the problem--in the nicest way possible, maybe it's just you.

    I hated my school from year 7-9 but I found things got a lot better, because I always stayed optimistic. There will be someone in your college who you click with. You just need to find them.

    Uni is on its way soon, so try and focus on your work in the meantime. Try and talk to more people and think happier thoughts (chances are, that whilst your thinking of unhappy things, your face is betraying this--and it probably ends up making you look a little moody or unapproachable)
 
 
 
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