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    2 people (a doctor at A&E) and a friend (who doesnt like seeing me happy but likes seeing other people happy when they get good grades, i thought she is just jealous of people who get higher grades than her but shes just like that with me and shes happy for people who get higher grades than me) say that i am, my friend says i should think about other students and get out of my bubble and at the same time she recognises that it is anxiety. My teachers believe i care too much about what other students think. My other friends realised i am worrying excessively about failing. I don't know if i come across as attention seeking or selfish to some people when i am not trying to seek attention.
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    I can't help but feel like I should never have told anyone, i should have just suffered alone. At least then I don't come across as selfish or attention seeking.
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    I should have stayed quiet and been depressed alone, then I would not have lost my friends.
 
 
 
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