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I am starting uni this September. I am nervous for freshers week though as I have never been out drinking/been to a club. I really want to be able to join in but am worried that i wont. what should I do?
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I am starting uni this September. I am nervous for freshers week though as I have never been out drinking/been to a club. I really want to be able to join in but am worried that i wont. what should I do?
You can give it a go, if you like it then great, if not there are usually lots of other freshers week social activities that don't involve drinking and clubbing That's what I did, tried it on first night of freshers week, realised it wasn't for me, and spent the rest of the week out meeting people in the day, going to introductory lectures and trying out sports, and getting plenty of sleep at night!
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would suggest if you're nervous just start small, go to the su or a pub with a few mates or just say who cares and go out but just dont go mad and only have a few, once you're there you'll probably feel it's a lot more easier to feel comfortable going out
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Worst case scenario, if you don’t like freshers, join a society. Societies are a GREAT place to find like minded people! 😊
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