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The members on here are amazing… I’ve realised I’m not alone and actually helping others in my position makes me feel like I have something to give
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Being anonymous is a godsend. I feel like I can truly write down what I’m thinking without judgement or stigma
Working through one of the courses really opened my eyes to how many negative thinking patterns I had gotten into…
I’ve got deadlines coming out of my ears and exams looming for a course I’m not even sure I want to do anymore. Can anyone else relate?Stress whilst studying
I guess it takes as long as it takes, but it’s having an effect on every part of my life… they say time is a healer – I really hope that’s true.Coping with loss
I’ve been on a particular medication for a few weeks and struggling with some of the side effects. Just want to know what working for some of you.Side effects of medication
Reading everyone’s stories of coping with illness has given me a bit of inspiration to get out the house for a walk today. Keep going everyone, it’s the little things that help!Dealing with chronic illness
My friend told me today that she quite often feels completely alone. I try so hard to keep connected with her and hate to think of her feeling isolated. How can I make her feel better without breaking down myself?Loneliness
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