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Why Me? Here is a safe space to let it all out, where you can rant about all the bad things life throws your way. Sometimes it just helps to ask "why me?"

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Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 01:27 PM

My form tutor knows something's up with me because my predicted grades dropped, my actual grades were really bad and my attendance is going down really bad. She set me up with his learning support woman, which I can deal with. She's now set me up with this professional that comes to school and now they're thinking of CAMHS (which I don't have a problem with) but they may have to tell my folks and they already took the piss at me having to speak to learning support. Ugh, why can't everyone go away?!


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 01:36 PM

I know how you feel when you say that too many people are getting involved. Especially with schools, its easy for them to get wrapped up in trying to help you and not actually give thought to what you want or how you're feeling. I think you have to bear in mind, that they are doing their best for you and trying to make things easier for your education at school. Things might seem a bit out of your control at the moment, but once things begin to get better [and they will] you'll be glad that they have helped you.


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 02:11 PM

From time to time, it is needed to accept help. It's good that there are people in your life who can do that for you. Cheer up a little and go with it.


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 02:38 PM

I know on some level it may be a good thing and I can maybe deal with one person speaking to me a week but jeez! I can't deal with so many people at once and the teachers are starting to treat me differently. None of them seem to understand that I can deal with this on my own.


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 03:36 PM

Well... can you deal with it on your own? I mean, you're failing your classes and your attendance isn't so hot either. Let them cut you some slack. At least their being nice.


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 17th 2009, 11:39 PM

It may feel like everyone is interfereing and you just want as little people as possible, but people are just worried about you and want the best support for you.
Schools can be a pain, I got my school in to a LOT of trouble for refusing to let them talk to my parents. Maybe letting them know wont be a bad thing.
If your parents really knew what was going on i'm sure they'd react differently to how they did when they found out about learning support, these are serious matters and its less hard to joke around with something like that.

Things should calm down at some point, when you know whats best for you and can decide which type of support you need.

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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 18th 2009, 03:22 PM

I've had this help before though and it had no affect on me, I mean I'm willing to try again but I think it'll be the same as last time. My future seems to mean less and less to me each day but they don't seem to understand that.


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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 18th 2009, 04:37 PM

Maybe they're helping hold your future safe whilst you find that hard to do for yourself.



   
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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 18th 2009, 05:08 PM

Think positive, that they will help. If you go in with the attitude that its rubbish, then it will be...
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Re: Too many people getting involved. - March 18th 2009, 05:20 PM

I agree with Laura.
These people are trying to help you, and although you might not be thankful for it now you never know how much it could really help you out in the near future. If you didn't have the helping you, wouldn't it be just as overwhelming if you were failing and had to catch up with all your work on your own? Try to think positive about this and at least try and let them help you out.





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