I feel like I spend most of my time waiting. It starts when I first wake up in the morning and I wait for class to start then I wait for it to end. I wait for lunch time, for diner time. I wait for eight so I can call my mom and then I wait until I think its an acceptable time to go to bed and then I wait to feel tired and fall asleep. Then I wake up and it starts all over. I get no joy at all in my day. Even if I go and do something with friends I am simply waiting to leave. Or if I go to a friends house I wait unil it is an acceptable time for me to say I want to leave. I just wanted to know if anyone else does the same thing. And I was wondering if this was signifigant enough to mention to a therapist. I hope this makes sense if not, ask and I will clarify.
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