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anyone else feeling a bit, down? not even necessarily in a depressed way, a little sad sure, but just kinda, meh, kinda pensive too.

it's definitely hit me since a-levels finished, left me with a bit of a hole in my life I've been so consumed by them for months and months, and then they're just over overnight. I'm probably not going to uni in September either. so it's just kinda put me in this space where I'm feeling a little, idk lost? for lack of a better word.

like at this moment in time, and for the foreseeable future, I'm just kind of here. I'm not really doing anything, working 20 hours a week, seeing my friends like once or twice a week. I don't seem to have any hobbies anymore, idk where they went lol. I don't have nearly as many friends as I used to. I don't really know what I am or what I'm doing.

again I'm not even sad, I don't really know how to describe what I'm feeling. it's not really sadness. I've just been sat in my garden for 30 mins listening to jazz and lofi music and thinking.

I don't know, I'm not the most articulate, just felt like a little of a vent post.
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I hope you feel better!
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I think this is something that not only you're experiencing but also myself and probably many others. I feel like after you've finally been able to complete something as long and enduring as GCSE's or A Levels you expect yourself to be in this sort of elevated state. Yet once all the stress and exams have supposedly vanished, you're left with nothing. Stuck in this state of limbo where everyone sort of expects you to just move onto the next stage of life almost effortlessly. I just wish more people were willing to express this sense of feeling almost lost, I guess?

I'd say wait it out and try to understand why you feel the way you do. Continue having your musings in the garden, and maybe write them out on a piece of paper. I did that once, and then ripped the piece of paper up and it felt quite cathartic.

Hopefully this helps
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I relate to this a lot, I am feeling the same way right now. A Levels are over, school is finished, and now we're being 'released' into the real world. Everyone else is seems to be happy and off enjoying their holidays and then you got me who is just lost, like I don't know what to do with myself now. I don't know what I can say to make it better but just know that other people feel the same, and you can message if you want to vent even more.
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One thing that worked for me was perspective
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