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Re: w0lfqu33ns problematic journal!
« Reply #120 on: November 20, 2019, 12:27:34 pm »
I second what bri has said 100%.
You are going through a hard time, and I was in a similar place last year during the same time. I can be super cliche and say that it will get better in time, but I know that it really doesn't seem like it. The good thing is is that you are getting help which is amazing, and as bri said, I wouldn't care to much about doing well in year 10 exams as they really don't mean much for the future.

At the moment all i can really advise is to look after yourself and do what you need to do to feel better. From personal experience maybe focus more on your health instead of your education, as your health is always the most important and without it, you can't really do anything else. So take some time for yourself, make small goals and take a breather. Do some things that you enjoy that are small, maybe go treat yourself with a new pair of shorts, go for a small walk, hang out with a few friends and even let them know how you are feeling.

It well get better over time, and look after yourself especially your health! PM me if you need to talk :)

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Re: w0lfqu33ns problematic journal!
« Reply #121 on: November 20, 2019, 05:31:56 pm »
So sorry you're feeling like this w0olfqu33n. Although things feel really awful right now, I'm so glad to hear you've got some professional support. It's fantastic that you like your psych and hopefully, she'll be just one of the people in your life that can support you through this time in your life. I know it seems like a while before you can see her again (and sounds like a while too), but you only have to hold on a little longer. Hopefully, she's given you some things to try in the meantime.

Can totally relate to feeling like you can't breathe all the time. Was literally almost given an asthma puffer, before my doctor realised that I was just super stressed and anxious. It's not a nice feeling, but it is something that will eventually pass. When I was really struggling, I thought that there was no way things would ever get and better, but then I woke up one day, looked back, and realised that things were better than they had been a month ago, and a lot better than they had been the month before that. You'll start making progress, and before you know it, this will be behind you.

Although this phase is dark and gloomy, remember that the sun is just behind the horizon, and will come again. <3

And like Geo and Bri said, focus on you at the minute. (Stuff those exams; they mean literally nothing.)
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Re: w0lfqu33ns problematic journal!
« Reply #122 on: November 21, 2019, 06:53:41 pm »
Hi w0lfqu33n.
I agree with everyone above.
I just wanted to say that hang in there and you will get through this dark time. I know it looks like there's no way out and it's a neverending cycle but the cycle will break sometime. Believe me, I've experienced dark times as well and they do get better. Just stay strong. I know you are strong! You can beat this.

I feel so done in my world right now. All I do is screw everything up and ruin it myself.
I feel like this sometimes as well. But, you know what, you just got to persevere and stay strong and time will heal you. Just give it some time.

Also, about your exams, they literally mean nothing and your mental health is priority number one so I would focus on that.

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Re: w0lfqu33ns problematic journal!
« Reply #123 on: November 29, 2019, 08:18:05 pm »
Hey w0lfqu33en, I hope you're well!

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Re: w0lfqu33ns problematic journal!
« Reply #124 on: 8 hours ago »
life's been shit, you will have an update soon when I can motivate myself to explain my thoughts once again but for now, I found this in one of my notebooks, I think I wrote it, because when I googled it nothing came up, if so then I am very proud of it because I still believe every word is real;

"life is a masquerade,

a ball in which we dance, with glittering masks and hidden features - both physical and emotional.
we school our faces into a smile, we place makeup on our lashes and cheeks.
we use confidence as a barrier, insults as a wall.
we guard our hearts from hurt, but in doing so, we may
cut ourselves off from the rest of the world.
our whole society is a masquerade. A place without trust,
because everyone is too afraid to take off their masks"