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Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by anarulesmenow, Jan 8, 2012.

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  1. anarulesmenow

    anarulesmenow Well-Known Member

    I posted today in The Uncertainty Principle about my Bipolar Disorder and how I'm entering a mad down spell (as I like to call it). I have two exams next week, I've been too down to revise at all and I don't think I can face doing any revision. I've tried, and I just can't do it. My family and teachers don't know, i can't just tell them though (and it might just sound like an excuse not to do my exams). I could probably redo them in May/June (I'm in 6th form college in the uk doing A levels), but I know I will be made to go in next week to attempt them anyway and it just seems pointless. I can't motivate myself to do this, I'm too far down and it's just going to get worse. Anyone else with Bipolar had an experience like this with exams?

    I just can't do them. My mind is too f**ked at the moment.

    ---------- Post added at 05:31 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:29 AM ----------

    Hell, I'm terrified to leave the house never mind go into an exam hall.
  2. Baldr

    Baldr Staff Alumni

    I haven't been diagnosed as being bipolar, but I often can't study for tests because I just don't have any willpower left for it
    exams coming up the week after the next for me.. ugh
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