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    2 weeks ago I was on top of the world. I won't go into too much detail but a lot of great things happened and I met a lot of great people. The week after was just a complete drag and looking back this always seems to be the case and I don't know why. Can someone explain?
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    Happens to me too :rolleyes:
    Karma lol.
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    (Original post by Whelanmk)
    2 weeks ago I was on top of the world. I won't go into too much detail but a lot of great things happened and I met a lot of great people. The week after was just a complete drag and looking back this always seems to be the case and I don't know why. Can someone explain?
    I think that's pretty common. I remember coming back from a great holiday and feeling really sad that it was over. It wasn't so much that anything happened to make me feel bad, I just kinda felt a sense of loss as I was brought back down to earth again. You just have to focus on the good memories and remind yourself that you have created that situation/feeling once, so you can create it again and again.
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    Happens to me all the dam time!!
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    I"m still waiting for the good times to roll around..........
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    If it were 'good times' followed by more 'good times' or vice versa, it'd just be 'times'. You wouldn't notice if it didn't stand out.
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    (Original post by Annie72)
    I"m still waiting for the good times to roll around..........
    Me too :hugs:
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    Happens without fail, every time.
    What comes up must come down eh.
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    (Original post by Zebrastripes)
    Me too :hugs:

    :hugs: for you too
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    What was the third thing that newton guy said?
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    According to JLC, yes.
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    Thats life man!!
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    Don't let it! If you're finding something to be a drag, keep yourself busy or try something completely new!

    I had a boring-looking weekend towards the end of term last term, so me and a friend went out and bought some finger paints and some giant sheets of paper... Was proper funny lol
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    Life is full of up's and down's
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    Its when the bad times happen that you appreciate the good times, and when they come back round again you savour every moment.
 
 
 
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