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    hey guys , well it been now 3 years as a college student doing a biology study , first i though if it was a great choice for me to choose this program but at the 2nd year of college i got like " surmenage" i started crying with no stop and i couldn't read or learn anything anymore i'v took medecines and yeah i was lucky to pass the exams and validate my semester , on this year ... i started to control a bit my emotions and tried to think positive about studying and stuff but ... i'v discovered that i started having lake on understanding stuff , forgetting a lot about informations even if it was like 5 min that the teacher told us that info that i'm actually supposing to remember , i started to like low estimate myself like saying that i'm not smart enough and i can't understand this or that , i even start having problems on how to dal with daily situations , and having trouble at communication with other people ,... i really don't know what's going on , but srsly i'm going out line and i just not glad of my current situation , thank you and i'm really looking forward for your answer .
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    wheres the question
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    (Original post by Dounia 2016)
    hey guys , well it been now 3 years as a college student doing a biology study , first i though if it was a great choice for me to choose this program but at the 2nd year od college i got like
    This doesn't make sense (guessing you didn't finisg and accidentally submitted). If you think you have ADHD and are showing the symptoms, go see a doctor to determine if you do and get advice on what to do.
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    This doesn't make sense (guessing you didn't finisg and accidentally submitted). If you think you have ADHD and are showing the symptoms, go see a doctor to determine if you do and get advice on what to do.
    oh yeah i'm sorry i think if smth went wrong while posting this , here's the whole text , and i'm not sure ; my parents refuse the idea to go to c a doc so that's why i'm posting this , to c if what's happening to me is normal or not ,
    "hey guys , well it been now 3 years as a college student doing a biology study , first i though if it was a great choice for me to choose this program but at the 2nd year od college i got like " surmenage" i started crying with no stop and i couldn't read or learn anything anymore i'v took medecines and yeah i was lucky to pass the exams and validate my semester , on this year ... i started to control a bit my emotions and tried to think positive about studying and stuff but ... i'v discovered that i started having lake on understanding stuff , forgetting a lot about informations even if it was like 5 min that the teacher told us that info that i'm actually supposing to remember , i started to like low estimate myself like saying that i'm not smart enough and i can't understand this or that , i even start having problems on how to dal with daily situations , and having trouble at communication with other people ,... i really don't know what's going on , but srsly i'm going out line and i just not glad of my current situation , thank you and i'm really looking forward for your answer ."
 
 
 
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