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    Little backstory: I used to be really pragmatic. My spare time was spent reading, expanding my knowledge, etc.

    Then, nearly two years ago now, my life went completely sh*ts up. My grades sunk, etc.

    I, somehow, managed to get into University but I'm concerned. I've realised that I've become incredibly lazy now. So lazy I can't even be bothered to read anymore.

    I feel extremely sad about this as the person who I am now is not the pragmatic, production person who used to spend their spare time reading. Now I'm just a lazy f*cker who can't be bothered to do anything.

    Ugh.... I feel like my mind and everything about it is just trapped in a box or something....

    Ugh. Please help.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Little backstory: I used to be really pragmatic. My spare time was spent reading, expanding my knowledge, etc.

    Then, nearly two years ago now, my life went completely sh*ts up. My grades sunk, etc.

    I, somehow, managed to get into University but I'm concerned. I've realised that I've become incredibly lazy now. So lazy I can't even be bothered to read anymore.

    I feel extremely sad about this as the person who I am now is not the pragmatic, production person who used to spend their spare time reading. Now I'm just a lazy f*cker who can't be bothered to do anything.

    Ugh.... I feel like my mind and everything about it is just trapped in a box or something....

    Ugh. Please help.
    Talk to your doctor. Mental health problems are certinally a possibility especially if you have other symptoms like feeling low or anxious. It's also possible that there is some sort of physical condition causing it. It is also possible for physical and mental issues to mix. For me it was vitamin deficiencies and a thyroid condition mixed with depression.
    Doctor can listen to all your symptoms, run tests and advise and give treatment. It's best to try to sort out seeing somebody quickly if you are going to uni later so you can try to get something mooving before you start. I suggest that whatever you find out the issue is you look into something called DSA to help you at uni while you try to get on top of your health.
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    What the above poster said.
    Go to your GP and just explain you're feeling lazy and disinterested in things as you used to be. You could have vitamin defincies that make you feel that way tbh or any other health related problems..
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    sounds like depression m9, seek your GP
 
 
 
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