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Haven't left house in 2 months watch

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    As the title says, however, I've actually only went out 3 times in 2 months :\. I don't have anxiety or depression, or anything else. I just am too lazy to go out! I can't seem to leave the house, I just want to stay inside and read, watch TV and listen to music. I always feel cold as well so I want to stay in side where the warm Is. My friends always come over and hang out, so I've got no problems with socializing, I am in fact very social and have loads of friends.I start university in 2 weeks time, so i'm going to have to get out of this habit and go out. Its hard when you're so used to staying in! Is it really that bizarre?
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    Is there a specific thing you could make yourself go out? Say you'll meet someone in town at 2pm something like that? Or even a reward, so go to your local shop and buy chocolate or something- that way you don't even need to be out too long. Try and do something every day and you'll hopefully get used to it again. That or do it on the spur of the moment, next time your friends are over suggest going to the shop or park or for a walk or something so you don't have a choice, you'll just do it then. I get that habits like that are hard to break though. Good luck for uni!
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