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    I have no hobbies I used to write and send lots of postcards I have gathered a 300+ collection in 2-3 years I no longer feel like continuing the collection.I used to like to colour in but I did it wrong I did not count properly and coloured in wrong (I was making a rainbow pattern) it is messed up I no longer want to colour in.No one mails me no one sends me messages.I have no friends or anyone to call it is my choice for that do not pity me.What can I do I like hockey however I exacly can't go and buy a stick and go out at 6 to play hockey by myself I love cycling but I do not own a bicycle I love badminton but it is dark and no one wants to play with me I begged for my family to play with me they refused.I would like to go out however it is dark now I tired to spend time with my mum but she is on her phone.Tv is so boring there is a limit of how much the internet and tv can keep you busy.I don't feel like doing homework now or readign I cannot concentrate on reading for couple months now.I feel exhausted but don't want to sleep what can I do except tv,internet on my own no one wants to play boardgames with me.I feel utterly bored and agitated because of boredom.
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    read a good book but don't waste time.

    when time has passed, it has gone forever, you can never catch up.
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    Why don't you want friends?
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I used to like to colour in but I did it wrong I did not count properly and coloured in wrong (I was making a rainbow pattern) it is messed up I no longer want to colour in.
    Are you sure that you're old enough to be on the Internet? Your interests and written English make you sound like you're not even 10 yet. :erm:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Are you sure that you're old enough to be on the Internet? Your interests and written English make you sound like you're not even 10 yet. :erm:
    Probably doing geography at university
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Are you sure that you're old enough to be on the Internet? Your interests and written English make you sound like you're not even 10 yet. :erm:
    Haven't you heard of adult colouing in?
    http://www.theguardian.com/business/...-smith-profits

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...d-year-go.html
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    (Original post by Smonnie)
    Why don't you want friends?
    I prefer to have no friends then be friends with the wrong people.
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    Yes, it's a valiant effort to apologise for and de-stigmatise adults taking part in a childish activity. I ask again: are you sure you're old enough to be using the Internet? :rolleyes:
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    The adult colouring books are just amazing, it is so relaxing. Sometimes I print a random pattern on-line.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Yes, it's a valiant effort to apologise for and de-stigmatise adults taking part in a childish activity. I ask again: are you sure you're old enough to be using the Internet? :rolleyes:
    Yes I am we all have our childish side whether its colouring in or something else.I tried painting the other night (watercolour)however it is hard to have a consistant colour as its hard to create it twice.I don't know what to do I have some essays to write but I need to first do something recreational for me to be able and focus.I am under a lot of stress at this moment the doctor suggested for me to do relaxing activities.Do you have any suggestions?Without the computer and tv I mean tv and computer is good but then you get at a point when it is no longer enough.Please stop with these comments because age is just a number nothing else.
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    The adult colouring books are just amazing, it is so relaxing. Sometimes I print a random pattern on the net.
    I thought so too but I messed up on a pattern I wasn't paying attention at 6 in the morning now I no longer want to colour in.I wish I could focus on reading but I can't yet i ma reading 5-6 books at once I have no read since last year December.
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I thought so too but I messed up on a pattern I wasn't paying attention at 6 in the morning now I no longer want to colour in.I wish I could focus on reading but I can't yet i ma reading 5-6 books at once I have no read since last year December.
    This one has to be my favourite, don't know how many times I have printed it http://i.imgur.com/1WgYfWz.png
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    we all have our childish side
    No, we don't.

    I don't know what to do I have some essays to write

    Do you have any suggestions?Without the computer and tv
    How about writing some essays?

    age is just a number nothing else.
    Clearly not. It's a measure of physical, emotional, and intellectual maturity and while it's true that people mature at different rates, it's difficult to extend that understanding to somebody older than 10 who chooses to occupy themselves with colouring books over socialisation with her peers, watching television, or using a computer.
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    Probably doing geography at university
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I have no hobbies I used to write and send lots of postcards I have gathered a 300+ collection in 2-3 years I no longer feel like continuing the collection.I used to like to colour in but I did it wrong I did not count properly and coloured in wrong (I was making a rainbow pattern) it is messed up I no longer want to colour in.No one mails me no one sends me messages.I have no friends or anyone to call it is my choice for that do not pity me.What can I do I like hockey however I exacly can't go and buy a stick and go out at 6 to play hockey by myself I love cycling but I do not own a bicycle I love badminton but it is dark and no one wants to play with me I begged for my family to play with me they refused.I would like to go out however it is dark now I tired to spend time with my mum but she is on her phone.Tv is so boring there is a limit of how much the internet and tv can keep you busy.I don't feel like doing homework now or readign I cannot concentrate on reading for couple months now.I feel exhausted but don't want to sleep what can I do except tv,internet on my own no one wants to play boardgames with me.I feel utterly bored and agitated because of boredom.
    There are many apps you can use to play games online, even boardgames, so you could explore that. World of Warcraft, EpicMafia, Town of Salem, all a few examples of games that you could really get into. You could also try and pick up a new skill, for example, I'm learning how to make and edit my own gifs with GIMP. That way you're using your time productively. x
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