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Hey guys, I've been so stressed today. Financial aid stuff w

Hey guys, I've been so stressed today. Financial aid stuff was stressing me out, and for whatever reason, I still couldn't stop feeling stressed after I told myself I was done for the day. It just kept stressing me out. And then I went back to my hypochondriac ways, and now I'm really scared.

I used to Google everything weird that happened to my body, and of course after you Google something, you think you have cancer (at least, that's my experience). When I was a child, I feel like there was about a year where one of my eyes would be dilated more than the other at times, but then it went away for years, so I completely forgot about it. Almost two years ago, I noticed that it came back, and although it doesn't last, I'm more self-conscious about looking people in the eye. Today, most every time I've looked in the mirror it's been so obvious. I think I Googled it once, but this time I was hoping that I would get more information on how to make it stop. Like, maybe I can fix it somehow? Now I'm just scared all over again because it can be "normal", but it can also be brain damage. It's been like this for almost two years, and it comes and goes, and I don't feel like it affects my vision...I'm just really self-conscious, and now I'm stressed all over again and I don't know how to calm down.

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Feb 11

Hi, dont stress. You doctor can tell you if you need special care otherwise, it is just part of you. Glad it doesn't affect your vision.

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[275]
Feb 12

I understand how stressful dealing with financial aid people can be and everything that goes with that. Just rest assured knowing that everything is going to work itself out. It might seem difficult or confusing now, but things will get better with time. The important thing is to allow yourself some designated time each day to destress yourself. I work two jobs and I'm a full time student also, so I always make sure each and every day to schedule some time alone to just listen to some music or whatever and not concentrate on anything else. I hope this advice helps and that things get better soon. Best wishes!

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