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    Jazz, sci-fi and fantasy (read and write), physical activities
  1. I never was attracted to other people until just a few years ago, and I realised that I found both girls and guys attractive. I never worried about grades (bad move on my part), and I was generally numb all through high school so I never had too many problems, but I think I know where you're at. If you want a little more specific clarity you can always ask questions, we're all here for you. Take care RedPanda
  2. Sitting in the hallway outside Public Speaking, thinking about how I'm going to do my speech and hoping I won't mess up terribly.
  3. Grateful for the opportunity to learn at college, my car, the little bit of sleep I get, and the fact that I am still here and functioning.
  4. Cold, might snow more this afternoon.
  5. Hearing something about our or your mental status can cause extreme nervousness if you're not willing to talk about it or accept it. I used to shake quite a bit if I started thinking about depression or someone else was talking about it.
  6. Why didn't I do my math homework?
  7. Going to be reading the Illiad over the next few months when I get caught up on homework. After that, then The Odyssey
  8. Why do students with good grades get tuition assistance while those who struggle are punished?
  9. Supposedly, my partner is my support, but I hardly ever ask for it. Sometimes I feel like I should, but I try to keep busy with work and school instead
  10. I'm afraid that all of my effort won't make a difference in anyone's life.
  11. Music is a big part of my life, considering I've spent nearly $800 on audio equipment, and I have another $4000 or so planned in the coming years. I do a lot of critical listening, taking time out of my day to listen intently to the recording and really get into the songs. It helps me relax and forget about the problems of my life for a while.
  12. Getting ready to leave for work.
  13. Failure is both a good and bad thing. If we don't experience failure as we grow up, we will never be prepared for the real world. By failing tasks that we are ill prepared for, we allow ourselves to grow and understand our limitations, so we can know where the boundaries to success are. I didn't fail in high school, but I should've, and failing 5/7 classes first semester in college was one of the best things that could happen to me now that I look back. Failure is just a message telling you to find a different solution to a problem.
  14. I'm nervous, just waiting for algebra to start, I hate math.
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