Hello, all! I am new to this forum and I'm seeking help. S

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Hello, all! I am new to this forum and I'm seeking help.
So I am in my third year in college and I have this project which is a computer-based application that if I don't accomplish it properly, I'd get a failing grade or an incomplete grade. I'd fall behind of my class not just in subjects, but maybe in semesters and even years if I completely fail. I'm so stressed over this because I'm slowly losing hope of ever accomplishing it properly. You see, my project has an outside client and this client isn't exactly being cooperative of my situation. She just adds on these "what-if" scenarios that gives me so much anxiety that it's not healthy anymore. I've been like this for over a month now. I've done my part for this project and I worked extremely hard on it, but the client just isn't really that cooperative. I'm afraid to fail because it would be difficult my family for me to be held back semesters and years. I wanted to express my rage to the client because they're a real pain in the neck. I hope someone helps me.

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Jul 17

@lnz She has no right to fail you if the project hasn't end yet or proven to be failed right? I'm always afraid everytime i have an exam no matter how hard i've studied. I'm afraid i would forget what i've learnt, i'm afraid i haven't learnt it properly, i'm afraid my friends study the subject much harder than me, so basically i'm afraid of all possibilities. I realize that dwelling in my fear won't help me in any ways except it's the main reason i failed. I studied for 10 minutes and then dwelling in my fear for the next 30 minutes, this fear is temporarily, but the regret that i couldn't use my time effectively is forever, same goes for you. Don't let your fear distract you from doing your best. Ever heard quote "fears you don't face become your limit" I'm not sure who said it but it's true. You're in demanding situation, everyone pushes you to do your best, having mental issue in this kind of time would not be good for your performance, so talk to therapist or psychologist would be good to help manage your anxiety, sometimes we need help. Do your best. I wish nothing but the best for you.

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lnz's picture
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Jul 18

@Beautifully_Fade Thank you! You made me feel a little better. These past few days, I've been thinking of nothing but failing rather than finding ways to pass the subject. I hope my professor can understand my situation. I'm still scared to tell her, but I guess I have no other choice. Thank you again. :) I wish nothing but the best for you also.

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Jul 18

@lnz you're welcome, i hope she can understand and.... good luck :)

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