I suppose it's possible that the stress you're feeling about school could spill over into your relationship.
I'm afraid I don't understand what getting "study leave" means, but I'm guessing it means you take some time away to get your studying under control........to get back on track......not sit around thinking about your relationship.
Perhaps you should post this in the Relationship Forum. I can understand the stress and anxiety from school work, but you've given us no indication that you have actual symptoms of anxiety, panic or depression.
If you DO begin having these specific symptoms, please post to us again and we'll be glad to help you with those. Angst about relationships really isn't our forte on this particular forum.
I hope the time away from school will help you relax and allow you to get things into perspective.........to help you figure out your priorities. You just sound a little overwhelmed and confused to me.........I don't get the sense that you have any kind of anxiety disorder.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I wish you the best
sorry I wasn't specific enough, study leave is the time during which you leave school to study for your finals. I haven't been diagnosed with anxiety but I have had increased heart rate, significant weight loss and I haven't been able to eat as much, struggling to sleep even though I'm really tired, lots of headaches and constant obsessive thinking, and have actually had a few panic attacks.
This information tells me that it is imperative you see your doctor. Much of it sounds like "simple" anxiety, but "significant weight loss and lots of headaches" is concerning. These are both outside the normal criteria for anxiety disorders and should be evaluated as soon as possible.
Please discuss ALL of these symptoms with your doctor..........you do have a number of symptoms that could point to an anxiety disorder and a short course of therapy would most likely be very beneficial.
I wish I could give you the answers you need, but only your doctor is going to be able to do that. Please see him/her as soon as you can.
Please let us know what your doctor says. We are here if you need to talk.