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Hi everyone,

I'm a first year at university and recently I've begun to hate my course mates so much that I just don't bother going in anymore, I have anxiety and this nagging feeling just makes me feel they hate me.

I've had difficulties with them before, but I've just given up at this point, what should I do? :/
Can you briefly explain what kind of difficulties you've had before, what has been resolved and are there still any outstanding issues?

If you're anxious, you should probably change your outlook. I know it's difficult, but if you can force a smile on your face and do things that you find fun you'll have a natural positive energy. That way, you'll know if they've got a problem with you because you will naturally begin to see things in a different way - you'll be able to identify those that don't have that positive energy, or if it's just you who is being a bit uneasy for no reason.
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What are you studying, and why do your course mates annoy you so much?
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