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    I've lived out at uni for first year (in halls) and i'm now in a student house share, first year was great and i absolutely loved living out but since being in the house i have began struggling with anxiety and depression along with struggling to keep up with 2nd year. I'm debating moving back home for my final year but scared of regretting it.
    I get along with my parents well and they would let me live rent and bill free, they aren't controlling or extra strict so i would still enjoy going out etc. I live about a 40 minute train from the uni and they have offered to cluster all lectures and seminars over 2/3 days to make the commute minimum. My boyfriend also still lives in a student house near the uni and has said i'm welcome to stay, friends have said the same for if i ever want to stay for a night out.
    I feel like the pros of moving back home are outweighing the cons but i'm still on the edge and scared of regretting not signing for the house with my friends and missing out.
    If anyone has moved back home after a year or 2 living away or has any advice id really appreciate it!
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    (Original post by emmahartleyy133)
    I've lived out at uni for first year (in halls) and i'm now in a student house share, first year was great and i absolutely loved living out but since being in the house i have began struggling with anxiety and depression along with struggling to keep up with 2nd year. I'm debating moving back home for my final year but scared of regretting it.
    I get along with my parents well and they would let me live rent and bill free, they aren't controlling or extra strict so i would still enjoy going out etc. I live about a 40 minute train from the uni and they have offered to cluster all lectures and seminars over 2/3 days to make the commute minimum. My boyfriend also still lives in a student house near the uni and has said i'm welcome to stay, friends have said the same for if i ever want to stay for a night out.
    I feel like the pros of moving back home are outweighing the cons but i'm still on the edge and scared of regretting not signing for the house with my friends and missing out.
    If anyone has moved back home after a year or 2 living away or has any advice id really appreciate it!
    Thanks
    It seems like you've sensibly thought this out and moving back home could be a good choice for you.
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    (Original post by emmahartleyy133)
    I've lived out at uni for first year (in halls) and i'm now in a student house share, first year was great and i absolutely loved living out but since being in the house i have began struggling with anxiety and depression along with struggling to keep up with 2nd year. I'm debating moving back home for my final year but scared of regretting it.
    I get along with my parents well and they would let me live rent and bill free, they aren't controlling or extra strict so i would still enjoy going out etc. I live about a 40 minute train from the uni and they have offered to cluster all lectures and seminars over 2/3 days to make the commute minimum. My boyfriend also still lives in a student house near the uni and has said i'm welcome to stay, friends have said the same for if i ever want to stay for a night out.
    I feel like the pros of moving back home are outweighing the cons but i'm still on the edge and scared of regretting not signing for the house with my friends and missing out.
    If anyone has moved back home after a year or 2 living away or has any advice id really appreciate it!
    Thanks
    Is living in halls a possibility; maybe even catered ones if they are available?
    You would save a lot of time every time with no travelling

    If you have a dissertation to write then you might find being at home restrictive on access to the library and your tutors.
 
 
 
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