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    Hello,
    So i have dyspraxia and aspbergers, and really struggle with socialising or anything that overloads my senses. For the first wee while i plan to commute in, but that will soon become *very* costly as i don't live even remotely near my University. I need to consider moving into the city, but the very idea terrifies me. I literally think i'll have a breakdown if i'm in a loud area, or have a flatmate which goes out drinking and such. But i can't afford to rent a place just by myself.
    My question is - if anyone else has been in a similar situation and how they dealt with it? I know i'll need to move but i don't think i'll be able to cope longer than a couple of days, seriously.
    The closer it gets to start of University the more i'm tempted to just give up and stick to working instead, at least then i'll get to stay where i live at the moment. But at the same time i don't want to sacrifice my chance at getting a degree to a job i really enjoy because of my problems.

    Advice really appreciated.
 
 
 
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