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    Really lost and worse, I'm unemployed

    How do I begin? To cut the long story short, I have been diagnosed with OCD in my teens and I am now in my 30s. The OCD is not the bigger problem however although it disrupts my life. Ever since I was 9 I had poor coordination. I could never play sports properly and got told off(read yelled at)...
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    Getting worse at school and not getting help

    I feel like i am trying really hard at school and still not getting results. I just wrote a mathematics paper today and i think i did terribly. I go blank mid-paper and when i don't know an answer i feel like everyone in the room can see my paper and are thinking how stupid i am. When my friend...
  3. J

    What's more important, GCSE maths and english or a degree?

    I suspect it's GCSE maths and english, but I really want to do a degree with the OU and it will be impossible to juggle both at the same time, so I have to make a choice. Maths has never been my strong point, so I'm worried about doing that, but I also realise it's essential. Is it possible to...
  4. J

    Maths advice

    Okay first of all I should mention that I had an illness up until recently which lasted 2-4 years, it was a mental illness, and I've heard that with mental illness your memory can fade. That's my excuse for being disgustingly bad at maths anyway. Now that I have recovered, I know that I need to...
  5. J

    Maths advice

    Okay first of all I should mention that I had an illness up until recently which lasted 2-4 years, it was a mental illness, and I've heard that with mental illness your memory can fade. That's my excuse for being disgustingly bad at maths anyway. Now that I have recovered, I know that I need to...
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    Access to Nursing Interview.

    I have an interview on Monday. I know I will get a test on English and Maths. Which is worring in itself he he I thought I should think of a few questions they might ask me. 1. What is a nurse's role? 2. Which branch of nursing and why? (Still not sure on adult on MH) 3.What qualities must a...
  7. S

    Moving on in life, Pressure,.How do we know?

    Please can I ask for your advice? I know I have children & really being stuck in a rut isn't the right description to use because my life in general with study/career opportunities etc has had to be put on hold because of the responsibities of taking care of the children as well as having to...
  8. G

    Bipolar and College

    I have had bipolar and psychosis for years along with migraines, but it has never affected my school work until A Levels. When I was a kid I never did any work, but always achieved A's and A*'s, so when it came to choosing A levels I was more or less told that im intelligent so I should be...
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