First night at home since October ,help?

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So tonight I have to stay at home for the first night since october without my boyfriend because we had a massive arguement today and his mom has told me to go home for the night, im kinda dreading it incase i feel anxious without him, sounds sad. I'll be at my dads so I wont be alone and I'll have my laptop with me. Does anyone have any advice to kind of get the time to go fast or what to do If i feel anxious?

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    Look up videos on YouTube. Watch a favorite show. Draw. Color. Reading will help because it'll make you tired. Just think that you guys need space, and think of how great it'll be when you guys see each other again.. I use that time to try new makeup, hair styles, etc
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    Thats a good idea, I do love make up and what not. I want to be more independant and I cant do that when I stay at his house every night
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      My boyfriend and I live together. I stay at my moms once a week so we get our space. Then the next night I'm always excited to see him so I'm much happier lol. I watch makeup tutorials and cooking tutorials for hours when im alone
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      Yeah I pretty much live at my boyfriends, i'm trying to think of it as a positive me going to my dads for the night maybe I can have a nice shower put on a face mask or something and just relax but I find it hard, I get more anxious when its dark and I dont no why, its strange
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    try distracting yourself with tv or music.

    What do you normally do to relax?

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    Hi katie

    don't worry and think its just one night. 

    Try watching some good movie or show so that the time passes soon.

    take care

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    count sheep?
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