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    (Original post by sidewalkwhenshewalks)
    he's also a condescending ****
    but who am I to judge?
    You been trolling my threads?

    I love e-thugs.
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    If there are problems in your household then at university these will be less of a problem as you won't be living there, and you need only contact people if and when you want.
    As for the workload it probably differs between universities but if you spread out the work it's not too difficult. Don't let it get on top of you just set yourself targets of looking over X work or finishing off X questions.
    Whoever told you that about freshers week was talking rubbish, although I like to go out and have a few drinks no one ever forced anyone to drink, and you'll always find people who are like you... Our union also did 'coffee crawls' instead of bar crawls...
    Whatever happens you'll be fine at university no matter what anybody says!!
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    (Original post by hannah_dru)
    What he said is actually very true.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Anon or delete plz.

    I'm going to university surprisingly soon now. Its less than 2 months away and I've been dreading it ever since we had to start thinking about uni in June 2008 when we first started doing our personal statement and UCAS stuff. Its become more and more scary the closer it gets and I struggled with the tail end of my A Level work. How am I realistically meant to cope with uni work if I struggled with A Levels?

    I have not had a smooth ride this past 18 months. Far from it. My mum has become increasingly ill (not cancer, but general stress, depression and so on). My dad has treated me more and more horribly since he's realised I can't cope with a high workload very well (he noticed I was flagging in my final year of school). My sister hates me all the time, constantly insulting me and playing loud music in her room. My brother hardly ever returns home (he left uni a year or two ago). My gran is getting old and has cancer, so my dad is always really edgy. There is tension concerning financial issues between my dad and my aunt so I can't properly see my cousins, and I was really good friends with them.

    I have not had the best 18 months as you can tell. To top that off, I was bullied at the end of year 12 and throughout year 13 but the school did not help me very much. They could see I was struggling but they care more for the people who do really well. Horrible, completely untrue rumours have spread and I have remained at home most of the time instead of being able to socialise properly.

    I have not drunk any alcohol (or virtually none) and I am told freshers week is a drinking fest where if you don't drink shots that are put in front of you, everyone will hate you. I'm having horrible nightmares about it all. Can someone help please? I feel like I have turned everywhere and gotten all the help I can but its still not enough. Sorry for the long speech, I hope you can read it and help me.

    Firstly, and this is only from my limited experience, university isn't that bad.

    I'm not the most social bunny, but I've made loads of great friends. The only people who 'hate' you for not drinking are jerks who you soon realised you don't need to hang out with.

    University is full of loads of different people and I'm sure you'll find people that you like and respect, if you give it a chance.

    The work is also not too bad. If you struggled at school, maybe getting away from the stress, meeting new people and having different tutors will be good for you? You can relax into your work without your father giving you a hard time and there is hardly any bullying, unlike school.

    Give it a chance, please.
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    (Original post by Stanley90)
    Well it's what I meant and who are you to judge me?? I came into this thread looking to give some advice to someone in need of it and felt that the advice I gave was better than some of the posts in here. Then along comes you and says my advice is **** and calls me "one of those people". I'll tell you what, now we have two people who want to kill themselves before university.
    Woah. I'm not judging you, as you said, you're not good at phrasing things and obviously what you wrote wasn't quite what you meant. I only said that before I realised what you meant. Bloody hell. Sorry, but if you read what I last said I realised you hadn't meant what you said. No need to fly in a temper at me is there?
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    Whatever you do, don't commit suicide.

    I've been getting properly stressed and depressed since the end of June, and heck, its partly bcos I'm dreading for my AS results! OK, so I've had suicidal thoughts, but I keep reminding myself that I don't know my AS results, they could be all As! (I live in hope...) Also i've partly been stressing and getting down over alcohol too, I'm completely new to the idea of going out for a drink, but my greatest fears are a) what other people will think of me as I hardly drink alcohol (why does it seem a "must do" in today's culture anyway?); b) that if I end up getting drunk I'll end up doing something more than stupid that'll end up in me dying or something; and c) I care too much about other people, so I don't feel totally comfortable when they're talking about getting smashed, how they had more than 4 drinks without getting drunk (I've only ever had 2/3 max, so it scares me when people say things like that all casually), whatever. Again, I'm partly depressed bcos of my new job, I'm at ends at what to do, I hate it, pay is crap, therefore I'm not getting anything from it, so what do I do?

    I digress. My point is, I'm determined to overcome all these bloody problems, so I can get out there and live my life to the full, hopefully with my girlfriend through uni and beyond. For me, my life ambition of becoming a vet may be in tatters in a week and a half, so if I've failed it means I've failed everyone who has put their faith and hopes into me for the last 17 years of my life. But I've got to rise up, use my plan B, and keep on going. Some things in life are a ***** and are there to knock your confidence off as I've found out in the last 6 months. But you only have the one life. Don't waste it.
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    If you truely wanted to kill yourself you'd just do it rather than post it on a forum.
    Don't get me wrong i'm not trying to encourage you to commit sucide but you know deep down that it isn't they way to go about it.
    There's people to talk too ...
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    (Original post by FashionADDICT)
    If you truely wanted to kill yourself you'd just do it rather than post it on a forum.
    Don't get me wrong i'm not trying to encourage you to commit sucide but you know deep down that it isn't they way to go about it.
    There's people to talk too ...
    Usually when people do that it's a cry for help love. Which is probably why he posted here looking for people to talk to.
 
 
 
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