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Old 04-09-2005, 11:26 AM   #11
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I don't stress on a normal basis about grades or plans or whatever.. in fact im pretty laid back. I think what happens is when I sit down and im forced to plan out my next two semester (registering) I realize all the stuff that needs to be done overall and I freak out about everything. I think once i get passed this stage in my life I can better control what stress I have. But right now, its difficult to not be a little antsy (which leads to stress)

Fishyfanatic- The matress Ive had is prolly...... 15-16 years old? Not the most restful sleep. And im going to be teaching High School... I don't think I could civilize a bunch of little kids heh

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Katy... I know how tough all the stress can be. Im so sorry you are having to go thru this. But it WILL get better, I promise! as far as gaining weight... stress packs it on! Try a tuna diet. Two can of tuna a day, with a healthy choice TV dinner (fast & easy)and a few tiny snacks thru the day. The weight dropped off of me. I went two weeks with no results, but then it just started falling off. YIPPIE!
I would say a healthy dinner, but I know making something can and will take so much time, Healthy choice dinners are a bit high on sodium, but still fairly good considering whats out there.

One thing that I also have found, and Im sure most of us have. After you get thru everything, and can look back. The thought is "that wasnt so hard"
Good Luck Lady... You'll make it!!!

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I remember the second quarter of my senior year in college. I was producing two tv series, overseeing the production of two more, carrying a 20 hour course load, and had a part time job. Late one night, a friend and I were freaking in the video editing suite over all that we had to get done. Decided to relieve some stress and went into the restroom, got a roll of toilet paper, climbed the stairs to top floor, tied the toilet paper onto the stair railing and tossed the roll down. We thought it was pretty neat and a couple more rolls joined the first. It was stress relief.

Point is, I did survive, you will survive. Don't worry too much about the future cause the future will likely still happen.

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Old 04-12-2005, 06:26 PM   #14
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Was it tuna with stuff in it? Or just tuna? tuna is water or tuna in oil?

I'm getting through it.. i always tend to freak out when planning my class schedule cuz it forces me to plan out stuff...

In a year from now, i will be close to graduation... and that will make all this stress worth it


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