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    (Original post by Guffy)
    Ummm, the fact that your friends will be going to clubs doesn't mean they're crappy friends. You expect them to put their lives on hold because you're younger? Don't be so ridiculous.

    As long as you're still seeing them and spending time with them, then they're being good friends.
    Not that I asked your opinion or anything, BUT, maybe I should rephrase it. "ALL they'll want to do is go out to clubs." I have been told by more thn one of my friends "God, Christmas will be so **** for you not being 18".

    So, um, f**k off.
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    (Original post by quadruple_twist)
    Not that I asked your opinion or anything, BUT, maybe I should rephrase it. "ALL they'll want to do is go out to clubs." I have been told by more thn one of my friends "God, Christmas will be so **** for you not being 18".

    So, um, f**k off.
    I'll f**k off if you stop whining like a little baby.

    K?
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    Calm it down dearies.
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    1) my depression flaring up
    2) my urges to self harm
    3) my panic attacks and growing anxiety at work
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    1) Feeling Suicidal
    2) Not being able to sleep because of constant nightmares
    3) Feel like i am letting my girlfriend down constantly
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    1) the incompentence of local government- i cant register with a dr, i havnt gotten the letter from the council telling me how much i need to pay in council taxand i still cant get them to cough up my free lappy!!
    2) i appear to be shrinking and my clothes dont fit properly anymore but at the same time my boobs have remained the same. this means buying new clothes is going to be difficult. im thinking that chocolate cake is the answer to this problem
    3) my other half isnt happy at work and keeps getting stressed out over tiney things. i dont know what to do to help him.
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    1. Not being comfortable with who I am at Univ.
    2. I hate my course and am not able to get a place on a course I'd prefer this year.
    3. Someone I really like just wants to be friends.
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    (Original post by Guffy)
    I'll f**k off if you stop whining like a little baby.

    K?
    Oh Jesus I'm sorry! I thought this was a thread where we were supposed to post the biggest issues in our life at the moment. So I did. And you jumped down my throat for no other reason than to be a controversial, argumentative c**t.

    Go troll some other forum.
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    I have new issues, because I am crap like that.

    1) getting passed over for promotion at cadets
    2) screwing up my chances of getting into Cambridge
    3) being painfuly lonely.
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    (Original post by quadruple_twist)
    Oh Jesus I'm sorry! I thought this was a thread where we were supposed to post the biggest issues in our life at the moment. So I did. And you jumped down my throat for no other reason than to be a controversial, argumentative c**t.

    Go troll some other forum.
    I didn't jump down your throat, I pointed out that you were judging your friends harshly.

    Then you proceeded to throw your toys out of your pram.
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    1. feeling like self harming
    2. inability to trust anyone i know why, but cant do anything about it.
    3. mucking my A levles up :s:
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    1)Bereavement, though this one seems just too big to be classed as an 'issue,' it's more an inevitability, really, something I'll just have to come to terms with.

    2)Things are on the rocks with my boyfriend, he wants a 'break' I don't, I can't see our relationship lasting much longer even though I want it to.

    3)Lack of motivation, I really need to start my UCAS things right about now.

    However life's not all bad, and just to remind myself that I'm going to post 3 positive things about my life.

    1) Finally got a job, yes! The gap year strife is over, and I should have some money coming in pretty soon.

    2) My relationship with my familly and friends has never been better- I love them all!

    3) I'm going skiing in December and I can't wait.
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    1. Someone who I really fancy and genuinely like has already got a girlfriend he seems to be in love with
    2. Not being very productive with work
    3. Feeling a bit down generally...
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    1. Found out a few days ago my dad has cancer.
    2. My dad not wanting me to tell the rest of my family that he's ill.
    3. Found out today my best mate & her husband have split.
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    1. Final year at university and loads of decisions and financial worries
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    (Original post by miss_world)
    1)Bereavement, though this one seems just too big to be classed as an 'issue,' it's more an inevitability, really, something I'll just have to come to terms with.
    same here :hugs:
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    1. Love
    2. University
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    Only three?!
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    Only three?! :p:
    1) Loads of half term work but complete inertia/panic @ thought of having to get a B in a subject I hate
    2) Realising that if I don't bother to contact my friends, I really never see them
    3) Being eternally single when I'm pretty much the only single one among my friends and all I hear is 'My boyfriend this, my girlfriend that...'

    *siiiigh* All such pathetic issues as well!
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