lets face it, crap always happens at school. people fall in P.E and scrape their knee. Someone is too careless with their X-acto knife in art class. whatever happens the end result is the same...blood. and the sight/smell of it can send you into a wicked, almost uncontrolable craving. The most important factor to remember is to stay calm and try to stay in control. here are some tips on doing this...
~first of all ask to be excused immediatly to the bathroom. ~once there spash some cold water on your face then lock yourself in a stall. ~try to focus on your breathing. count your breaths and breathe in and out for five seconds each. ~once your body starts to wind down a little from being so tense picture a dancing blue flame. I know that sound strange but if you really concentrate on it it really helps. ~if you do this you will come down a lot quicker and once you are sure everything has passes (and sure that the kid has already gone to the nurse) return to class as normal.
Last Edit: Nov 1, 2008 20:17:26 GMT -5 by farewell
those tips got me through high school as well if anything triggers the reaction get AWAY from people and try desperately to calm yourself, the LAST thing you want to do is vamp out and end up with a criminal record
i speak from personal experience i just got off probation for aggrivated battery with a deadly weapon because i got into my car ran into my own mother then threatened her and the handyman with a katana
IT IS NOT PRETTY and you DO NOT want to have a record following you around for the rest of your life it makes it extremely difficult to find a job and i will be d**ned if i am going to cut my hair to have a fraction of a percent of a better chance i love who i am i love the way i look and im not going to change that for some corporate prick who was born into wealth because his mommy and daddy were loaded
Oh jeez thank you for the tips...I just awoke and it hasn't happened yet...but my friend has a blistered nose and it bleeds a lot and I keep waiting for it and it's not pretty the image I get...and I'm sorry about the whole probation thing. Pity that most people don't really understand.