Stressed Out - Help Wanted

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Stressed Out - Help Wanted

by sleeplesstruths

What did people always claim school made them feel stressed?

I would always tell them that its nothing

And that there only telling themselves it is

Making another excuse just to be emotional and cry

But I finally understand what they mean...

Cause all I wanna do right now is cry

And all I have been doing is crying

And I haven't got any sleep either at the moment

I haven't even attended school for the past two days

Because I can't focus, or study and prepare for exams

So I would really appreciate it if i could get some advice..

Help is wanted

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Keep going to school! The amount of stress which comes with what you've done wrong is unbearable. Think for a while, maybe in the shower. Just take an hour to yourself to figure out what's going on. It's awful how much school pushes children to this point, but sometimes you have to fight, and sometimes you win. And sometimes, winning doesn't mean knowing they're wrong, it means conquering what is wrong.

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You are displaying the symptoms of something deeper. If this is unusual to feel this way, talk to your friends or a teacher. There is a trigger for these events somewhere in your subconscious​. Good job asking for help. You are half way home.

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a year agoReply
@sleeplesstruths sometimes it helps to take a deep breath and ask yourself what's bothering you. I found that when i really quesitoned myself, it usually wasn't school causing the problem. it was the fear of something else

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a year agoReply
❤️ I went through a similar thing in high school. I always thought of a reward that would come if I pushed through the hard times. Usually it meant I could spend more time reading and doing things I enjoyed without feeling guilty. I also found it helpful to think about school less like chains and annoying but rather thinking of it more like an enabler that would allow me to do other things in the future. Or something that would fill my brain with interesting things.