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freaking out!!!!! urgent help needed!!!!

imsotired

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So I start tafe( equivalent to college for people that dont live in australia) tomorow. I am having meltdown. I feel like I am shutting down as I am struggling to write out how I really feel.

Im in shook, i feel like every happening is surreal (not in a good way). If I f# this up for myself It is over Ill be embarresd. I dont know where to sit-i have never met anyone doing the course, I cant evern speak right now.
Im so tired:(...

Please help

People say they know how you feel but noone really knows exept for you ... like what you feel is sometimes deeper than words "(
 
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Jonathan123

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So I start tafe( equivalent to college for people that dont live in australia) tomorow. I am having meltdown. I feel like I am shutting down as I am struggling to write out how I really feel.

Im in shook, i feel like every happening is surreal (not in a good way). If I f# this up for myself It is over Ill be embarresd. I dont know where to sit-i have never met anyone doing the course, I cant evern speak right now.
Im so tired:(...

Please help

People say they know how you feel but noone really knows exept for you ... like what you feel is sometimes deeper than words "(
In anxiety the shock of everyday events can be overwhelming. Things we would normally take for granted seem to be worrying out of all proportion. Everyone feels apprehension about something pending. Such as a doctors visit, or going for tests. In anxiety this is greatly exaggerated. Everything in anxiety is like that. When the event occurs with so called normal people, it is over and forgotten, but in anxiety we continue to run with it and can't drop it. Feeling surreal is common. It's a kind of depersonalisation that occurs often in anxiety. Try not to take everything so seriously. I do agree, words are so often inadequate to describe how we feel, but they are all we have to communicate with, so we need to be careful how we use them. Good luck with your new venture. Look on it as an adventure and not something to be afraid of.
 
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