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    Hey

    For quite some time now everyone in my house has simply been miserable; for my parents I think it's mostly due to the monotony of our days, but I'm not really sure why my brother is, I guess he's just a miserable person.

    They're not hugely miserable most of the time; most of the time it is just boredom, but there are days when its simply overwhelming how unhappy everyone is.

    I have tried to take the odd day out with them but things go back to normal instantly when we get back, and with most of my time now being directed towards MAT I don't have much opportunity to frequently go out.

    I try my best to ignore the constant negative atmosphere but I can feel it really sapping my energy and focus. Does anyone have any advice?Thanks
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    Loud music?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Loud music?
    In a way that allows me to concentrate.

    And doesn't piss off the neighbours haha
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    (Original post by BurdMan)
    In a way that allows me to concentrate.

    And doesn't piss off the neighbours haha
    Best thing you can do is ignore any negativity, it sounds like its just you to be honest. Otherwise you can go study in the local library
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Best thing you can do is ignore any negativity, it sounds like its just you to be honest. Otherwise you can go study in the local library
    That first part is something I've considered; perhaps I am just imagining it, I suppose the best thing is for me to just try to pretend it doesn't exist.
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    Change the locks.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Change the locks.
    Thanks
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    move out
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    headphones?

    agree on moving out if u can afford, else go to a good uni quickly lol
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    (Original post by BurdMan)
    That first part is something I've considered; perhaps I am just imagining it, I suppose the best thing is for me to just try to pretend it doesn't exist.
    You are kinda powerless to it really especially that you have to focus on your studies. Best thing at this point is to get on with things and maybe music, go out and see friends in your spare time and keep busy.

    But in the long run... What could it be? What jobs do your parents have? Is your house nice enough or in need or repairs? What's your families financial situation? Sorry 21 questions it's just that when these things aren't that great it can really impact everyone's moral...
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    Move out.
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    I can't move out.
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    If the home life you're experiencing is not fantastic, get out as much as you can. Studying is the most important, engross yourself in the materials in whichever way works best for you. Perhaps a quiet room with music in headphones, or a library?
 
 
 
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