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I've been at home not doing much, I feel a bit **** atm, I'm not doing anything, I'm home all day on most day, I have barely any friends or social interaction and I'm depressed. I've finally quit college after returning after Christmas because there was too many issues and it was my first week back, I went in the first day full day and just didn't go back. I never told them I've quit, so technically I'm still enrolled and I can go back because I've just not been in for a few weeks but do I want to? No.

I get that I'm at home all day it's not the best, I want to sort myself out. I recognise I can't stay like this. I'm not happy in this way but college was probably putting me down worse and there was too many issues. I just now am at home, I'm going to text my family member if I can help with a bit of work, get some money, not a lot but it will be OK. I just feel a bit depressed atm though because I'm not doing much, I don't go out much, I'm at home, barely any friends, I went out with this ST a few weeks ago and I might go to Ford fair in the summer. I just don’t know what to do.
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You were told what you do: get qualifications, get activities that will enhance your CV, get a job. You've ignored all the advice, so what do you want now?
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You were told what you do: get qualifications, get activities that will enhance your CV, get a job. You've ignored all the advice, so what do you want now?
I don't know anymore. I'm in a new situation now. I think I need to speak to my uncle a bit
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You were told what you do: get qualifications, get activities that will enhance your CV, get a job. You've ignored all the advice, so what do you want now?
I wanted to do motorvehcle even if I don't be a mechanic I could have got some basic knowledge to work on problems in my own car but they declined me from the course last minute even though I'm illegible they declined me so their fault basically
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I've been at home not doing much, I feel a bit **** atm, I'm not doing anything, I'm home all day on most day, I have barely any friends or social interaction and I'm depressed. I've finally quit college after returning after Christmas because there was too many issues and it was my first week back, I went in the first day full day and just didn't go back. I never told them I've quit, so technically I'm still enrolled and I can go back because I've just not been in for a few weeks but do I want to? No.

I get that I'm at home all day it's not the best, I want to sort myself out. I recognise I can't stay like this. I'm not happy in this way but college was probably putting me down worse and there was too many issues. I just now am at home, I'm going to text my family member if I can help with a bit of work, get some money, not a lot but it will be OK. I just feel a bit depressed atm though because I'm not doing much, I don't go out much, I'm at home, barely any friends, I went out with this ST a few weeks ago and I might go to Ford fair in the summer. I just don’t know what to do.
Please talk to someone at your college about how you are feeling. Sounds to me as though you could do with some help from someone.
Hope things improve for you
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Please talk to someone at your college about how you are feeling. Sounds to me as though you could do with some help from someone.
Hope things improve for you
I've quit college now
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I've quit college now
In the hour between your original post and this post?
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In the hour between your original post and this post?
I agree, this seems a bit fishy.

if I was you I'll go back to the college and talk to someone. I too suffer from anxiety and depression, and it will get worser over time . now I'm in uni talking to one of the health professionals. I wished I did that back then
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I agree, this seems a bit fishy.

if I was you I'll go back to the college and talk to someone. I too suffer from anxiety and depression, and it will get worser over time . now I'm in uni talking to one of the health professionals. I wished I did that back then
I'm not going to go back, it was getting worse with me going, that's why I left, I feel better now a bit
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I'm not going to go back, it was getting worse with me going, that's why I left, I feel better now a bit
If you haven’t told your college that you have left it is worthwhile to try and use any student support that they offer even if you don’t want to do the course any more.
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In the hour between your original post and this post?
(Original post by Anonymous)
I agree, this seems a bit fishy.

if I was you I'll go back to the college and talk to someone. I too suffer from anxiety and depression, and it will get worser over time . now I'm in uni talking to one of the health professionals. I wished I did that back then
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I've been at home not doing much, I feel a bit **** atm, I'm not doing anything, I'm home all day on most day, I have barely any friends or social interaction and I'm depressed. I've finally quit college after returning after Christmas
How does it seem fishy? I said in the original post I quit college
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If you haven’t told your college that you have left it is worthwhile to try and use any student support that they offer even if you don’t want to do the course any more.
I might tell them on Monday I'm not going back
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How does it seem fishy? I said in the original post I quit college
No, you said "I never told them I've quit, so technically I'm still enrolled and I can go back". That is not quitting, that is you avoiding dealing with the issue.
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No, you said "I never told them I've quit, so technically I'm still enrolled and I can go back". That is not quitting, that is you avoiding dealing with the issue.
I've basically quit and not told them because I'm having a bad time atm. I'll tell them on Monday probably
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I'm supposed to be going out tomorrow but I'm not sure if I'm in the mood
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I wanted to do motorvehcle even if I don't be a mechanic I could have got some basic knowledge to work on problems in my own car but they declined me from the course last minute even though I'm illegible they declined me so their fault basically
Do you mean ineligible, in which case it isn't the college's fault? However, you've already shown that you can't follow basic instructions, like sneaking home at lunchtime for a nap, so it's hardly surprising you've got a reputation for being unreliable.

If you want to learn how to fix your car, pay for a class, but don't take up valuable space on a course where people are committed and really want an education.
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I've basically quit and not told them because I'm having a bad time atm. I'll tell them on Monday probably
According to your posts, you've had a bad time for months but not bothered to do anything about it. Grow up and take some responsibility, including telling college you're not going back.
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Do you mean ineligible, in which case it isn't the college's fault? However, you've already shown that you can't follow basic instructions, like sneaking home at lunchtime for a nap, so it's hardly surprising you've got a reputation for being unreliable.

If you want to learn how to fix your car, pay for a class, but don't take up valuable space on a course where people are committed and really want an education.
I just did the right stuff to qualify for that course and they declined me. They said do 2 years on this foundation course so I did and they still declined me and I want to learn stuff as well
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Start going to the gym trust me
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