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    I don't know what forum to put this in- apologies in advance.

    I just needed to vent someplace.

    So I moved school due to my subjects. I was quite annoyed to be honest, but I settled (sort of). I knew people there prior to moving so that wasn't the issue.

    The problem is my old school.

    Firstly I didn't miss them that much. I had so much work to do (5 Highers aren't easy, right?) that really my work drowned out everything else.

    It's now that it's happening. It's like I'm fine and then it suddenly comes back to hit me and it hurts. A lot.

    The problem is that it's let me lose a focus of focus off my schoolwork- I can't concentrate on anything and I cry frequently.

    My parents don't let me go out and see them as they're really strict. I haven't properly went outside with friends (not schoolfriends) since February. It sounds melodramatic but I can actually feel myself going insane.

    Could anyone relate and/or help?
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    (Original post by Yasminah90)
    I don't know what forum to put this in- apologies in advance.

    I just needed to vent someplace.

    So I moved school due to my subjects. I was quite annoyed to be honest, but I settled (sort of). I knew people there prior to moving so that wasn't the issue.

    The problem is my old school.

    Firstly I didn't miss them that much. I had so much work to do (5 Highers aren't easy, right?) that really my work drowned out everything else.

    It's now that it's happening. It's like I'm fine and then it suddenly comes back to hit me and it hurts. A lot.

    The problem is that it's let me lose a focus of focus off my schoolwork- I can't concentrate on anything and I cry frequently.

    My parents don't let me go out and see them as they're really strict. I haven't properly went outside with friends (not schoolfriends) since February. It sounds melodramatic but I can actually feel myself going insane.

    Could anyone relate and/or help?
    I'm not an expert. But if you have them added on a social network then might be worth getting Skype and calling them? Assuming they've got a computer.. Can make the world of difference sometimes!

    EDIT: Try being a little pushy with your parents?
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    Asian parents are the worst, there's nothing that can be done, these people are totally backwards and will suffocate you until you get to Uni.
 
 
 
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