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I don't feel home in my home anymore.. - February 25th 2014, 09:33 PM

So I was one whole week in Vienna about 2 weeks ago and when I came back, I felt great to be back.
But I had to drive to germany to my father (my parents are divorced and my father lives in Germany and my mother in Austria) one day after I came back from Vienna.

It felt great to be there too, also because I finally could be alone with nobody annoying talking to me or my sister and I could finally visit my friend at the hospital.
So I came back to Austria and had still some vacation left.

Yesterday I had my first day of school after one week vacation and after the one week in Vienna, again.
But to come to the point now, when I made homework in the evening, I suddenly felt so foreign in my home..
It was like a sudden rush and suddenly, I felt so foreign and even began to cry but I was in my room so nobody could hear it.
I still kinda feel foreign here and I just want to get out of here forever and go somewhere I feel home. I kinda want to go to my friend in the hospital and just stay there with him.
I feel so foreign here and I am nonstop nervous about something, I don't even know
   
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Re: I don't feel home in my home anymore.. - February 27th 2014, 06:33 AM

i know how it feels like feeling not like you belong in someplace your in , stop being so nervous about everything , u might have doubt but keeping yourself busy might help you things and yourself preoccupied , talk to someone , find friends put yourself out there it is difficult but solves most of the problems , take extra classes may be art or any thing you want to so that it might be useful for finding new people in life keeping yourself busy is to find yourself and to find friends if your stressed out more then stop doing it , take long walks , do something which will bring you out from agony most importantly be calm everything will work out but just talk to somebody and find more friends it really helped me out , hope it will do so for you
   
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Re: I don't feel home in my home anymore.. - March 2nd 2014, 06:35 AM

Hey there, Julia.

I'm really sorry to hear about your recent situation. Being somewhere you don't feel safe, or that you don't belong is certainly not fun. I can sort of relate to your situation. A few years back I lived somewhere where I felt like I was in a whole different place, and I always had anxiety and wanted to go somewhere else. Eventually I felt so uncomfortable with where I was living that I left and moved elsewhere. However, I do understand that sometimes moving elsewhere isn't possible. In cases like that, I would try to create a "true" home in your room. Decorate it the way you like, do things to it that will make you feel a bit better. Sure, it may not change everything, but it should allow some room to remove some of those negative feelings.

I'd also recommend seeking some sort of support. Support can come from a range of different places like parents, friends, social workers, counselors, trusted adults, etc. But having someone that you can talk to in times of need will prove to be beneficial.

I hope that things improve soon.


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Re: I don't feel home in my home anymore.. - March 4th 2014, 11:21 PM

"Home" isn't just a place where you live. It's a life you create for yourself, which also includes the people and activities you love. Perhaps the reason why you don't feel at home right now is because you're not able to be with your loved ones in other countries, and you're not able to enjoy the freedom that came with your vacation. I know I would feel sad if I had to return to the boring routine of going to school, doing homework, etc.

As Chris already mentioned, there may be some things you can do around your room to feel more at ease. Seeking support would also be a good idea. You may not be able to see your friend in the hospital, but I imagine you can call them, write letters/e-mails/texts to them, and so on! Send a care package, or plan out your next vacation (when you'll be able to visit your friend). Of course, these activities can't distract you from the things that need to be taken care of (e.g., homework), but it will be nice to do something enjoyable every now and then when you're feeling sad. =)






   
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