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Its okay to hate Freshers Week, a lot of people do
Coping with these feelings
And yet, by some combination of rubbish halls, mental health issues and prefering a nice Malbec to Sambucca, I struggled. For a long time I thought that I was the only one. I assumed I was some kind of antisocial freak. I asked people to share their stories of being miserable when they started University, and was overwhelmed by the responses. Violently hated it and did it at two unis! Both times hideous - foam parties and shots and that sort of abandonment of self has never been my thing and I felt isolated and anomalous. It was made worse by the utterly terrible and expensive events put on every day by the halls committee.
In fact, most of them don't require much effort. Sometimes, all it takes is one look at your social media activity so many pictures of your baby niece! We've rounded up some of the most common social turn-offs, online and in person, as well as how to avoid them. Read on and see which ones you've been guilty of. If you're the kind of person who shares snapshots of your honeymoon, cousin's graduation, and dog dressed in a Halloween costume all in the same day, you might want to stop. Specifically, friends don't like it when you've got too many photos of family, and relatives don't like it when you've got too many photos of friends.