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    A close family friend passed away last year. We didn't really know why they died but their dad said it was from an "undiagnosed medical condition."

    Today, I've found out that this what not the case and there's a whole lot more to it. The inquest has revealed so many horrible things that no-one in my family knew and my head is all over the place.

    My mum picked me up college earlier and told me everything. I have an exam tomorrow and I just can't concentrate.

    I can't believe it. What can I do to help myself get though it?
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    I wish I could give you some brilliant advice, but I can't My thoughts are with you.
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    what happened?
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    Hey, just relax.

    Go to sleep, or do something that distract you from thinking abotu it.

    Watch SuperBad? ... It's a good fun, might distract a lot.

    I hope it's nothing too serious considering you got exam tomorrow.

    *hug*
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    Your mums actually stupid for telling you before exams, sorry to be rude.

    I won't say RIP either, because I never knew him, but my condolences are with you

    Have a good day
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    You can always get a thing from your doctor i think or someone to say that you where unable to concentrate due to the reason and your school sends it off to the exam board and they can sometimes give you extra marks and stuff.
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    (Original post by SkinFadeHaircut)
    Your mums actually stupid for telling you before exams, sorry to be rude.
    Ditto. I think she should have waited until after your exams at least. But that aside, I hope you are ok x
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    I'm sorry you had to find out about this, especially the day before the exam.
    I don't really have any advice, but I hope you're able to concentrate in the exam tomorrow.
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    i'm very sorry to hear this. try to do something to take your mind off everything like lie in your bed and watch a movie
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    (Original post by beccac94)
    You can always get a thing from your doctor i think or someone to say that you where unable to concentrate due to the reason and your school sends it off to the exam board and they can sometimes give you extra marks and stuff.
    This. I'm not sure if you'ld get it, because I think its mainly for problems with immediate relatives, but surely it's worth a try?

    Talk it over with someone who cares about you, maybe a friend rather than a family member. Then try and have a good sleep and set your mind to just thinking about tomorrow.

    Good luck anyway
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    That was not very clever of your mother to tell you right before exams. I'm sorry to hear about that though.
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    **** happens in life. What's done is done. Move on.
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    What is this ****ing Lost? Give us some details
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    What is this ****ing Lost? Give us some details
    I don't really want to post all the details on here, but it involved drugs and self-harm
 
 
 
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