I have serval problems, which I've concluded to maybe depression. I have never felt this before but I'm in my 2nd year and I've started to get anxiety over everything my uni is a new one and I don't know anyone there, people already have friends and shouldn't bother me since I'm 22 and I'm just there for my degree but it's does !.I have real friends outside uni though. My problem is that I am constantly feeling stupid in my group works and I feel people think I am stupid. I know I'm not stupid,as I work two jobs and don't give my self time to revise but still manage to pass by reading the lectures of the whole semester the night before then doing the assignment(I know that's just soo wrong).My question is firstly how do I make more friends?,secondly, how do I handle anxiety in group work?.I've done my group work but this girl decided to change my bit and send it for feed back without telling me and it came back all in red wrong,I know the old me would go off on her but I don't really want people thinking I'm that angry girl that shouts and low key bullies, how do I confront her nicely?
Hello, my name is Amyy222! Watch
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Last edited by Amyy222; 24-01-2017 at 06:31.
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