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  • Repost from @thisthingtheycallrecovery @karen.beveridge2
This really resonated with me. As soon as I hit puberty my attendance dropped. I had to take a year off school and learn everything myself at home. Since then, I've never had good attendance and it's something that really bothers me and causes a lot of anxiety. If I have to take a sick day I usually end up having a panic attack as well. I hate it but at the same time, there's nothing I can do about it. I am what I am. I still achieved good grades in school and made sure I never fell behind with my work. To anyone reading this that's worried about missing school or uni, just know that it's okay, you can always catch up on what you miss. You can't help your health and you're doing the best you can. Never give up, but don't feel bad for needing to rest and recover. .
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#Repost @thisthingtheycallrecovery
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Swipe to see a screenshot a friend sent me recently - it inspired this piece. How nice is this?
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A reminder to you all - attendance isn’t everything. If you have to miss school/college/university or work for hospital appointments/stays - please don’t worry. I’ve been there, trust me I know how frustrating it can be.
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If you have to do your work from home - that’s valid too. It counts.
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If you’ve had to leave school or work altogether - you know you best. Don’t let anyone judge you for it. If something feels like too much it probably is. You are worth no less because your productivity is perhaps deemed lower than it used to be.
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Attendance isn’t everything. Which is handy because my college attendance is probably sitting at about 20% right now. I don’t know, I’ve stopped checking.
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Young ME sufferers are being forcefully removed from their parents home against everyone’s will. They are being forced into psychiatric units because of ‘child abuse’. Apparently if you refuse treatment for your child that’s been scientifically proven to make sufferers worse, keep them off school because they can’t get out of bed, etc, that counts as abuse now. This has got to stop.
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Attendance. Isn’t. Everything. 15/100 Repost from @thisthingtheycallrecovery @karen.beveridge2 This really resonated with me. As soon as I hit puberty my attendance dropped. I had to take a year off school and learn everything myself at home. Since then, I've never had good attendance and it's something that really bothers me and causes a lot of anxiety. If I have to take a sick day I usually end up having a panic attack as well. I hate it but at the same time, there's nothing I can do about it. I am what I am. I still achieved good grades in school and made sure I never fell behind with my work. To anyone reading this that's worried about missing school or uni, just know that it's okay, you can always catch up on what you miss. You can't help your health and you're doing the best you can. Never give up, but don't feel bad for needing to rest and recover. . . #repost @thisthingtheycallrecovery • • • • • • Swipe to see a screenshot a friend sent me recently - it inspired this piece. How nice is this? • A reminder to you all - attendance isn’t everything. If you have to miss school/college/university or work for hospital appointments/stays - please don’t worry. I’ve been there, trust me I know how frustrating it can be. • If you have to do your work from home - that’s valid too. It counts. • If you’ve had to leave school or work altogether - you know you best. Don’t let anyone judge you for it. If something feels like too much it probably is. You are worth no less because your productivity is perhaps deemed lower than it used to be. • Attendance isn’t everything. Which is handy because my college attendance is probably sitting at about 20% right now. I don’t know, I’ve stopped checking. • Young ME sufferers are being forcefully removed from their parents home against everyone’s will. They are being forced into psychiatric units because of ‘child abuse’. Apparently if you refuse treatment for your child that’s been scientifically proven to make sufferers worse, keep them off school because they can’t get out of bed, etc, that counts as abuse now. This has got to stop. • Attendance. Isn’t. Everything. 15/100
  • Repost from @thisthingtheycallrecovery @karen.beveridge2 This really resonated with me. As soon as I hit puberty my attendance dropped. I had to take a year off school and learn everything myself at home. Since then, I've never had good attendance and it's something that really bothers me and causes a lot of anxiety. If I have to take a sick day I usually end up having a panic attack as well. I hate it but at the same time, there's nothing I can do about it. I am what I am. I still achieved good grades in school and made sure I never fell behind with my work. To anyone reading this that's worried about missing school or uni, just know that it's okay, you can always catch up on what you miss. You can't help your health and you're doing the best you can. Never give up, but don't feel bad for needing to rest and recover. . . #repost @thisthingtheycallrecovery • • • • • • Swipe to see a screenshot a friend sent me recently - it inspired this piece. How nice is this? • A reminder to you all - attendance isn’t everything. If you have to miss school/college/university or work for hospital appointments/stays - please don’t worry. I’ve been there, trust me I know how frustrating it can be. • If you have to do your work from home - that’s valid too. It counts. • If you’ve had to leave school or work altogether - you know you best. Don’t let anyone judge you for it. If something feels like too much it probably is. You are worth no less because your productivity is perhaps deemed lower than it used to be. • Attendance isn’t everything. Which is handy because my college attendance is probably sitting at about 20% right now. I don’t know, I’ve stopped checking. • Young ME sufferers are being forcefully removed from their parents home against everyone’s will. They are being forced into psychiatric units because of ‘child abuse’. Apparently if you refuse treatment for your child that’s been scientifically proven to make sufferers worse, keep them off school because they can’t get out of bed, etc, that counts as abuse now. This has got to stop. • Attendance. Isn’t. Everything. 15/100
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