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    For me University always seemed to be the logical option. I don't really have many skills or talents so jumping into the deep end with a job didn't seem right for me. My family have always considered me to be the smart one when in reality I am just extremely average. I am currently studying History which I feel is just pointless. Even if I do somehow pass and make it through to the end what can I actually do which was worth being 53k in debt and having a breakdown almost every month over deadlines. Then even now University life for me is simply go to my lectures and seminars learn nothing, enjoy the crippling anxiety from the social interaction then go back to my room and hibernate. I have been at University 6 months now and the closest I've ever had to a night out was going to Asda alone. I can't go home since their is nothing left for me. I'm not close to my family and I have no friends back there. I have nothing here either. I just don't know what to do anymore.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    For me University always seemed to be the logical option. I don't really have many skills or talents so jumping into the deep end with a job didn't seem right for me. My family have always considered me to be the smart one when in reality I am just extremely average. I am currently studying History which I feel is just pointless. Even if I do somehow pass and make it through to the end what can I actually do which was worth being 53k in debt and having a breakdown almost every month over deadlines. Then even now University life for me is simply go to my lectures and seminars learn nothing, enjoy the crippling anxiety from the social interaction then go back to my room and hibernate. I have been at University 6 months now and the closest I've ever had to a night out was going to Asda alone. I can't go home since their is nothing left for me. I'm not close to my family and I have no friends back there. I have nothing here either. I just don't know what to do anymore.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    For me University always seemed to be the logical option. I don't really have many skills or talents so jumping into the deep end with a job didn't seem right for me. My family have always considered me to be the smart one when in reality I am just extremely average. I am currently studying History which I feel is just pointless. Even if I do somehow pass and make it through to the end what can I actually do which was worth being 53k in debt and having a breakdown almost every month over deadlines. Then even now University life for me is simply go to my lectures and seminars learn nothing, enjoy the crippling anxiety from the social interaction then go back to my room and hibernate. I have been at University 6 months now and the closest I've ever had to a night out was going to Asda alone. I can't go home since their is nothing left for me. I'm not close to my family and I have no friends back there. I have nothing here either. I just don't know what to do anymore.
    it's ok i used to feel this way too, but someday will recognize that it was worth it.
 
 
 
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