Ruth

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  1. @Space @Slade @Charlotte Thanks for all the helpful advise, I'll definitely try these.
  2. @InfinitePotential Thanks for your advice that's a really helpful way to look at it. I think sugar is probably my biggest problem so I might try the supplement and see if it helps.
  3. @Soulbass Thanks that's a good idea. I eventually want to cut out wheat, dairy, sugar, and processed foods (like Leo suggested in his videos). I think at the moment wheat is my priority because I react pretty badly to it.
  4. Has anyone got any advise for cutting out the unhealthy food that Leo recommends not eating like wheat, dairy ect. Obviously the best way to think about it is to just do it. However, I only manage to go for a few days before I end up breaking the rules and eating something because of cravings. Leo's video about overcoming addiction is helpful for this but I wondered if anyone has any more tips for getting through the first few weeks of adapting and managing to feel satisfied while eating healthy food? Should I just keep trying until it sticks? I really want to clean up my diet for so many reasons so I'm not lacking a good reason for changing but sometimes that isn't enough.
  5. Thank you!
  6. Had this for about 2 years now and it always reminds me to stay on the right track. 100% commitment!
  7. @bazera - I have tried doing this a few times and it really helps! I just forget about it when I feel like I have too much to do so I think making it into a good daily habit would be a really good idea
  8. In Leo's video of advice for high school and College students he says that an important thing to do is to build a good study ethic. I am Finding this really difficult because I find my self procrastinating a lot or being lazy when it comes to doing my schoolwork. I really love the subjects that I'm taking and I am good at them but I just find it so hard to get stuff done. I get distracted and end up taking lots of unnecessary breaks because there are other things that I would rather be doing at the time. My work is really important to me and education is one of my main values so I don't understand why I am struggling to study so much. Does anyone else have this problem? Any advice would be really great
  9. @Dhana Choko @Sarper @Santiago Thank you for your advice! It's reassuring to know that I'm not the only one who feels like this sometimes.
  10. I am also in Uk, in Wiltshire
  11. Yes that's just like me! All my friends do is gossip and get drunk but that's really not what I like to do. Thanks for the advice and the video, it was really helpful.
  12. I have just moved to a new high school and I have made some new friends but they are so boring and I feel like any time that I spend with them is just a waste and there are other things I would much rather be doing. I have found that most people I meet are very petty and nobody cares about anything that actually matters, just what's going on in their own lives. I would actually call most of them "toxic" people. I have always been very introverted. I can socialize easily and I can get along with pretty much anyone but sometimes I just really like being by myself. As Leo says, there is nothing that another person can give me that I can not give myself. Since I will be going to university next year and I probably won't see any of these girls again, I sometimes wonder if there is any point worrying about making really good friends when I will just have to move again anyway. I would rather just focus on other things. However, I worry that there might be negative consequences to this? Is it important to fit in and create a friendship group, even when I don't really get much happiness out of it?