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Guided Tour

Following on from my last post, for the second of the dreaded oral presentations, everyone in my class had to give a 20-minute guided tour of part of a museum to a group of 5-7 other classmates and a tutor. … Continue reading

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My Neck, My Back, My Social Anxiety Attack

I mentioned in my last post that the first term of my master’s had pushed me to the edge with my anxiety. Two solo public speaking assignments were to blame. For the first of these, we each had to give … Continue reading

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Volunteering – Part 2 (Update)

I did WHAT?!? Around the start of the year, I was still utterly clueless as to what I wanted to do with my life. At the time, I thought conservation might be my best bet (though I have since realised … Continue reading

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My anxieties have anxieties

Despite having more good days over the last couple of months, my anxiety has also been really bad at times, and I’ve been worrying about my future a lot. Even though I only work at the stables one day a week … Continue reading

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These things are bloody marvellous!

First of all, I’m still alive! And yes, I did the presentation. Propranolol is quite an amazing thing. I took 20mg at the start of the day and a further 40mg about 3 hours before the presentation. I had been … Continue reading

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