Hi everyone, I haven't written for like 6 or so weeks. But I'd really like to take a more active roll on this website once again. For me, currently life is going good, although I still struggle with taking bloodtests regularly, when I was taking bloods my levels had dropped to around 600, I think I even had one around 400! for me this is excellent, and I have been noticing the difference in my everyday life. I am alot more positive and have completed my first semester of full-time study this year with flying colours, I managed to gain overall results of A-, B+ and B in the 3 papers I have comppleted, my forth paper is a full year one and I am taking up another 3 papers to replace the ones i completed last semester. Compare this to last year where I had to drop to part-time study as I just couldn't handle it and spent 1/4 of the year in depression and you can understand why I am so proud of myself. I am certain that lowering my levels has helped create this improvement. Although not eveything was perfect the whole semester through, I barely remember it but I went through approx 4weeks of depression towards the end of the first term...until my mother reminded me of this incidence I actually could not remember it happening, and I still can't fully remember that period of time, all I can remember is that I went to see my cousellor towards the end and when I saw her I was having a good day so she probably didn't realise how bad things were, I also remember that one of the causes was money-stress, however everything is all sorted now, and I don't like to dwell on it too much, although the lack of memory of that time does worry me. Anyway, I hope everyone is going well, and if anyone has any tricks on how to do bloods more regularly I'd love to hear them.