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I cry when I need to. I talk about my feelings and thoughts. I don't bottle things up. I do what makes me happy.
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oh and submitting things before deadlines that helps
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I try and block out any bad thoughts and I also try to have a good laugh at least once a day.
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Watch Father Ted on a routine basis, any random episode is good enough.
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Things I find helpful for my anxiety are:

A cup of tea
Writing out my feelings!
Talking to people
Exercising
Doing things I enjoy often
Trying not to procrastinate or do things that make my anxiety worse
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I find that organisation is key! my mental health declines when I'm stressed and everthing becomes overwhelming. that's why I find just doing little things like planning meals, organising my bedroom so its a clean, tidy space helps me feel calm.
I have an Instagram page called homeofastudent that I have just started to help give little tips and tricks on making student life just that little bit easier!❤️
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Don't know if anyone else does this, but I try to watch a funny comedy film. It helps keep me entertained for a while as well as having a good laugh.
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Don't know if anyone else does this, but I try to watch a funny comedy film. It helps keep me entertained for a while as well as having a good laugh.
omg yes comedy films and shows have saved me so many times :rolleyes:
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When I was a kid i'd write down everything that was worrying me or that I considered a problem in my life, and then possible solutions next to each one. I would also use childline 1-2-1 chat services when I was under 18 or 16 (can't remember?). Just to put it out there, if you're over those ages you can use "The Mix".

I think the worst thing you can do is avoid it, push it down/ away, pretend it isn't happening. It won't go away, it will just sit there and keep creating issues. It won't go away. It's much better to face it in yourself, even if it's scary or worrying. If you can get away from others and be in a safe place, think about it and let yourself feel what you feel. Don't beat yourself up about it. You're allowed to feel, to care, to be scared, to feel whatever you feel. Forgiving yourself is the first step, forgiving others is much more difficult, but you don't need to rush, you can take your time.

Good luck to you all :-)
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