I dropped out of University for this year

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    1. Bella Bella

      Bella Bella Member

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      I need HELP on how to deal with this. I cannot do anything, I can't concentrate for long, can't enjoy my life, I'm constanly angry in actual fact I miss ME without this. I dropped out of University for this year because this hurt emotionally and clinically. I keep getting panic attacts. I went to an ENT who confirmed that I have tinnitus. I am always crying because I'm always alone in the house. I want to go back to school so bad but I don't know if I can find it in me to accept this. It get so worse sometimes that my ear pains and I get dizzy. I pray everyday for me healing and I have faith that God will heal me one day.
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    2. Garden Ring

      Garden Ring Member

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      Loud concert
      I'm really really sorry for what you have to go through.
      And I think that continuing your education would be really good for you. I know it's hard, but it really helps.
      First of all, it's a distraction, and secondly, it helps you habituate.
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    3. RedThinker

      RedThinker Member

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      Hey there Bella.
      Ugh, I am not happy to hear that T is effecting you this much... Personally I am trying to finish my education as good as I can, cause my T really disappears when I am reading
      and I am doing really good! In fact I think T has helped me out in a way, that in the beginning I as you had a hard time focus, cause I was overt thinking everything! But as I allowed my brain to get sucked in to the void of studying and I started to get used to having T, I started to use that over thinking on focusing even harder on the books, in stead of the T.
      Tell me a little about what you where studying :)!
      Best wishes!
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