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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Definitely talk to your mentor about it and mention all the side effects..
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    Don't worry, everyone will be given the full picture. They still do not accept responsibility for my breakdown and say I was not clear about what I needed, when I know I was more than clear. I will get the next few weeks done then hopefully can move on and put them all behind me. My new academic tutor seems loads more supportive so I hope I get what I need this time. They know I hold them responsible and repeating their mistakes will not look good.

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    Hope it goes well lovely x
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    Well I said repeating mistakes will not look good but yesterday I had a complete meltdown for 6 hours because they are messing me about again. I have got my head round the changes now and am OK but hubby said I am fragile and they have to accept that and make allowances and my Bro said in my head space I can be triggered by things that others would not be triggered by and he completely understands my reaction. Uni won't though and will continue to expect me to accept whatever they throw at me (and they lecture us about being aware of others mental health problems and provide support!!!!)

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    Do you have someone like a tutor or a mentor who could help support you at uni? It sounds like you could really do with it...
    “You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”
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    Yes I have been given a new academic tutor and she seems very supportive. Also the counsellor at uni will continue to see me and support me until I finish my degree.

    Other students know too and will support me.
    Last edited by Suzi; 26-09-17 at 09:36 PM. Reason: Merging 2 posts. Please don't double post within minutes! :)

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    That's good that you've got support all in place.

    How are you finding it love? How much longer have you got?
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    20 weeks until I finish - 12 on placement, 2 ( + 1 day) in uni, 3 (+4 days) study leave and 2 annual leave. I will be fine - hubby and my counsellor will be keeping a very close eye on my health.

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    That's not long at all, you'll get through it lovely.
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