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anyone?
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Yeah . I think a large workload is quite stressful though.
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yes sadly every day of my life just feels like it's getting worse sometimes! hope you're all doing okay x
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anyone?
Hello,

I am sorry to hear that you are feeling low. Remember you are not alone.

It is a very tough time of year! Seasonal depression affects so many, I know the dark nights and cold weather can really get me down. It is also now that point in the academic year when we are all ready for the holidays and it can feel like a haul.

I would recommend that you make sure you are taking time for yourself and to do things that you love. It could be as simple as reading a book you love or watching one of your favourite films but that hour or so can really lift your mood!

If you are still struggling, make sure you talk to someone you trust. Whether it is a friend or a wellbeing service at your university or school, you may find talking can alleviate anything that is on your mind. My TSR messages are always open!

I hope this helps,
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(Original post by Lydia Taylor (YSJU Student Ambassador))
Hello,

I am sorry to hear that you are feeling low. Remember you are not alone.

It is a very tough time of year! Seasonal depression affects so many, I know the dark nights and cold weather can really get me down. It is also now that point in the academic year when we are all ready for the holidays and it can feel like a haul.

I would recommend that you make sure you are taking time for yourself and to do things that you love. It could be as simple as reading a book you love or watching one of your favourite films but that hour or so can really lift your mood!

If you are still struggling, make sure you talk to someone you trust. Whether it is a friend or a wellbeing service at your university or school, you may find talking can alleviate anything that is on your mind. My TSR messages are always open!

I hope this helps,
Lydia
Thanks you for this
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Everyone here at uni?
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I'm literally feeling the same
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Everyone here at uni?
yeah im at uni
im doing medicine
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yeah im at uni
im doing medicine
City or campus? if you don't mind me asking
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City or campus? if you don't mind me asking
campus uni, kinda boring area
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Yep. Very very low. I don't know when I'll be out.
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Not today, surprisingly. But I do get quite low occasionally.
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campus uni, kinda boring area
Yeh same, I've not even moved in yet
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Yeh same, I've not even moved in yet
Not to mention that when I arrived my bed hadn't even been cleaned properly
But Im actually feeling Better than when I posted last
Something that might help is a good meal that you've cooked at home. It clears the mind and is almost meditative. So try having a really good meal.
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learn a programming language? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...similar-to-bst
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Not to mention that when I arrived my bed hadn't even been cleaned properly
But Im actually feeling Better than when I posted last
Something that might help is a good meal that you've cooked at home. It clears the mind and is almost meditative. So try having a really good meal.
It's quite cyclical in the way it comes and goes. I will try that though
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Me, not everyday though.
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It's quite cyclical in the way it comes and goes. I will try that though
you can always come back to this thread for a chat
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