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Am I right to blame my mental issues - December 12th 2017, 07:14 PM

I just took my theory again and failed again. I have lost count how many times I've failed I'm fed up of underachieving in life. I have learning disabilities and I feel there isn't much in place for people with mental illness.

I only practiced 3 times a day I struggle to do it more then that because I have other things to stress over in life and I struggle with adhd which means I get bored quickly.
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Re: Am I right to blame my mental issues - December 12th 2017, 08:55 PM

I think that whether your mental health issues are to blame is your decision to make. Only you know how much your mental health and learning difficulties affect you, and how much help you can try to get.

In general, mental health issues can definitely affect our lives and make things harder. But equally, it may be that we need to find ways of trying to deal with how our mental health issues affect us e.g. medication, counselling, challenging our thoughts and behaviours. Though it can sometimes be hard to do this. It's about trying to balance finding ways of dealing with mental health, but also accepting that sometimes we do struggle and that's okay too.

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