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Postby becki_boo » Tue Feb 03, 2009 7:49 pm

wow, you are all so awesome.

i have added you kim, btw. i'll come up as pirate_princess.

sorry ive been away for ages, but i had my MRI ( scary! 1 hour in some claustrophobic doughnut :? )

but it wasnt all that bad.

ive had a few powerpertations[sp?], and my heart has ached a bit.

but i went to the doctor, and apparently thats normal.

school is getting harder though. all coursework and deadlines, when you as a person are limited to a certain extent is really horrible.

but im not coping to bad, its just the stress is showing through my health.

but im not doing too bad.

thanks for all your support guys. it really helps.

becki xxxxxxxxx
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Postby SG » Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:48 am

Do you mean palpitations? I have a lot of those too. Try to avoid drinking caffeine, you'd be surprised at how much it can affect you!

I know school is stressful, but you can only do what you can do. Make sure your tutors know what's what. I had 'flu just last month and I knocked me out for a good 4 weeks, so I got a lot of extensions. Hopefully your school will just as accommodating!
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Postby becki_boo » Sun Feb 15, 2009 5:08 pm

okay, lol, i only ever drink tea so maybe thats it....


im in the middle of my GCSE's. so you cant really get extensions unless your actually IN hospital.

if your at home ill, they dont care much.

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Postby Paul Polo Willgoss » Sun Feb 15, 2009 5:32 pm

Becki,

definately have a chat with your school - I had problems when I was doing my A-levels, and although they couldn't give me extensions for everything they did help when they could and also wrote something in my applications for Uni's that meant they took it into account when looking at my predicted grades

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Postby becki_boo » Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:16 pm

wow thank you paul. i'll be sure to talk to my school about that.

thank you :D
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