Having no hope

Hello I am feeling quite anxious about going into the new year because I still got the feeling that nothing will ever change for the better for me and I am still worried about what the new year is going to bring. Also I really hate it when no one seems to care about me or understand me at all and this is really wrong and bad as I should not be treated unfairly or differently from everyone else as we all have the same emotions, needs and wants. I know that we are all different but still it is not nice for anyone to be treated horribly either and unfortunately I am still being treated horribly now and I desperately want things to change and for me to finally have a good life but I feel like I don't know what to do anymore as I sometimes feel like I don't want to be on this earth anymore as I feel like just giving up now trying to get people to help me and understand me. I just want people to say helpful and kind things to me and I want kind and caring people around me too. 

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  • Hi Sholay09,

    I am sorry you are feeling anxious about the new year and how you are treated at college.  You may like to contact our Autism Helpline team who could provide you with information and advice about your situation. You can contact the team via telephone on 0808 800 4104 (Monday to Thursday 10am to 4pm, Friday 9am to 3pm). Please note that the Helpline is experiencing a high volume of calls and it may take a couple of attempts before you get through to speak to an advisor. Alternatively, should you prefer to send a message, you can do so via their webform:

    https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/main/questions.aspx

    Also you might find help through this link - follow it to the bottom of the page it gives information about further and higher education rights through Disability Rights UK's website:  https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/education-rights/legal.aspx 

    Kind regards,

    Heather -Mod

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  • Hi Sholay09,

    I am sorry you are feeling anxious about the new year and how you are treated at college.  You may like to contact our Autism Helpline team who could provide you with information and advice about your situation. You can contact the team via telephone on 0808 800 4104 (Monday to Thursday 10am to 4pm, Friday 9am to 3pm). Please note that the Helpline is experiencing a high volume of calls and it may take a couple of attempts before you get through to speak to an advisor. Alternatively, should you prefer to send a message, you can do so via their webform:

    https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/main/questions.aspx

    Also you might find help through this link - follow it to the bottom of the page it gives information about further and higher education rights through Disability Rights UK's website:  https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/education-rights/legal.aspx 

    Kind regards,

    Heather -Mod

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