2021.11.29 17:07 VojGames There is a black rectangle across 90% of my screen, please help!
2021.11.29 17:07 detritusacct Dr. K, Ive developed so many unhealthy coping strategies that I believe are a result of growing up with an emotionally fragile parent. What small steps can I take to start addressing them?
My upbringing was a bit chaotic to say the least. Earliest years involved a lot of fighting between parents, alcoholism from one parent and a tumultuous, drawn-out divorce followed. The alcoholic parent was cold, distant and often prone to fits of rage.
The parent who wasn't an alcoholic got custody, but had their own share of problems. They were codependent, often with people who had stormy personalities [my alcoholic parent, my grandparent]. I think this codependency arose out of an emotional fragility that made them believe they couldn't "do life." I remember so many outbursts of sobbing growing up. Once as a child I wrote a story about bailing tears out of our home with a bucket from the garage. My parent couldn't stick with anything, and as a result we moved around all the time. My parent was always too "tired" to let us participate in things like sports or other extracurricular activities, so we didn't really get a chance to develop relationships with other people and learn that my parent was emotionally fragile and this is not the norm.
Now I bring the same walking on eggshells/tiptoeing to most relationships in my adult life. To have needs in a relationship, I worry, is to inflict myself on others. I even feel guilty about taking up space in people's inboxes by sending a text, as if having to respond to it would push them over the brink. It doesn't make sense when I look at it from an objective distance, but in the moment I feel it so strongly in my body. This pattern of avoidance has derailed my life in so many ways, but it feels so deeply engrained in me that--even though I know this is a thing--I can't rationalize my body out of feeling I am on thin ice with everyone and the slightest wrong move will spell conflict, rage, humiliation or the end of the relationship.
I think there are also ways in which I've started to believe that I, too, can't "do life" because of how bad my social anxiety is, and this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. I really, really don't want to turn out like my parent.
What small steps can I take to start resisting this pattern of behavior and replacing the avoidance-inducing thoughts with more positive ones?
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2021.11.29 17:07 itsyourgirlkaterina A bit more than a year ago;
2021.11.29 17:07 mlshark ...
While I knew before not a lot of people could understand grief until they went through it, I always thought people at least tried their best. I've been facing an issue of someone trying to tell me how to navigate my grief and making me feel guilty for not doing the things I did before. It's a really tough situation (because it's my roommate doing this yikes) and I started off by telling them what I need and they just continued on as they did before. Now I've been taking time for myself because they stress me out more than help and they are making me feel bad for it. I've said multiple times that I prefer spending time with myself right now because I know what I need and they aren't budging. They come back at me with "I feel lonely" or "this is really hard for me" when they aren't the one who just lost a parent. And I do make sure to spend time with people that make me feel good when hanging out with them, but I don't have the heart to tell them that they suck my energy away anytime I'm around them. Grief is already so hard to navigate and there's so many other challenges that go along with it. I'm not sure if I'm posting this for advice or just to vent or to see if anyone else has experiences like this. Sending love to everyone missing someone.
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2021.11.29 17:07 Guitarjunkie1980 Harley Benton Amarok: A Full Review
7 string "budget" guitars usually are hit or miss. This goes for just about any brand. I just recently purchased and reviewed a Schecter Demon 7, and it's a great guitar for the money. But feature-wise...it's pretty bare bones. I have plans to mod it, and get it exactly the way I want.
But since I have started reviewing budget guitars over the last two months, I have been blown away by some of the lesser known companies that sit outside of the big brands. I knew about Harley Benton, but I had written them off as "cheap".
This Harley Benton is a total anomaly. I absolutely expected this guitar to be awful, but I was definitely wrong. The Amarok is their first attempt at really making a "professional" guitar. It has stainless frets, EMG pickups, and name brand hardware...for an insane price. They also make a baritone model that I dot not get to check out, but I'm interested.
The 25.5 scale length is going to be a deal breaker for some of you, and I usually would agree. But I had forgotten how nice a 7 string with a regular scale can feel. Anyways, check it out for yourself. There were a few flaws, and I point them out:
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2021.11.29 17:07 Zepanda66 Jupiter’s biggest super star #SalmanKhan film #Antim collected ₹2.50Cr on Monday. It’s enough to pay electricity bill of 3300 screens!
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2021.11.29 17:07 theRedBaron426 "Why are you looking to leave your current role?" "They don't pay enough/offer yearly increases." "Well, don't tell the hiring manager that, you may seem difficult."
Had that interaction on a call with a recruiter today. Applied for a job where my resume aligned almost perfectly with the posting and the recruiter asked why I am looking to leave my current role. I was stupidly honest and said that I wasn't a fan of how my current role is playing out and that my employer isn't offering any merit/salary increases into next year. The recruiter goes on to say that I am going to move on to the next round of interviews, but to not mention that last point to the hiring manager because I may appear "difficult".
Like dude, I'm not working for my health or charity. My current job isn't meeting my needs so I'm trying this. Its realistic. The façade we put up about caring about salaries but also not "really" caring is so exhausting.
Also asked some questions about other benefits and he seemed annoyed answering them, said that "we disclose all that in the offer letter if you get that far." I'm asking to see if the benefits are in line with my needs so we don't have to waste each other's time!
Just had to vent. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
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2021.11.29 17:07 chrisdh79 Russia fines Google 3 million roubles for not deleting banned content
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2021.11.29 17:07 jake63vw SBC public health officer addresses COVID-19 vaccine safety
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2021.11.29 17:07 RoNiceHer Brain jumps, no focus from missed doses
So I ran out of meds on Thursday, didn't realize (life has been a little hectic, so my partner refills my weekly pillbox) until it was too late. I'm on 100mg. Have not had a dose since Thursday.
Saturday I started to feel like intense dizziness and Brain jumps: my mind seemed to lurch, idk if that makes any sense. My ability to focus is almost Nada and I feel like crying every other minute.
I'm able to refill my meds today, going to pick up soon. Should I double my dose? Will that mess me up? Does anyone know how long before I get back to 'normal'?
Thanks for taking the time!
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2021.11.29 17:07 AgentOzk (xbox) (ds3) help with dragonslayer armor
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2021.11.29 17:07 doug_butter So I want to know, how many people here have reached extinction? How long did it take you? Do you still drink in moderation? Do you even crave alcohol anymore?