2022.01.16 06:57 EgirlSuppPlayer I love Joel Troy
I dowloaded the game yesterday and I enjoy Joel the most. He is such a perfect character. TT-DWX-XTT use my referall code fund my crush on this fictional adrenaline Junkie. Also where are my Joel stans?
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2022.01.16 06:57 Reginald_Jetsetter Oxford Brookes is it worth it?
So looking at the grading for the Oxford Brookes Degree realistically the highest degree I can get is a lower 2nd.
In your view is it worth doing?
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2022.01.16 06:57 Stam21w -18girls😰
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2022.01.16 06:57 JMISTHEBEST Am I breaking my own rule?
In the fan made game a friend made but won't put on line I'm naming my initial units after characters from fan made Fire Emblem Games but I've got a question. Am I breaking my own rule?
I've decided to bend my own rules a bit and name 1 of my 2 Shamans Erin and that's because everytime I play The fan made Fire Emblem Order of The Crimson Arm I use A Male Avatar called Erin
What do you think?. Do the rules I made allow that, I think they allow it and the reason I think they allow it is because everytime I play The fan made Fire Emblem Order of The Crimson Arm I use A Male Avatar called Erin
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2022.01.16 06:57 XaeiIsareth Helth
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2022.01.16 06:57 maxxorb We need more information about our connection
A bar and a NAT type are not enough, we seriously need more information than that, I have a full bar, open NAT, 0 packet loss, ethernet connection, and I'm getting Baboon...not even sure why, and an error like that can gets you redistricted from PvP for 2 months, and you're not allowed to ask why, actually asking Why in the appeal form can cause your appeal to be ignored.
Please Bungie, provide us with more information.
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2022.01.16 06:57 Navanus Does anyone here use apps like yubo and swipr or something else to find friends? What's your experience?
2022.01.16 06:57 Stedy74 People who don’t download logos, face packs, kits etc. Why?
2022.01.16 06:57 ispiho Fur babies in heaven. Run free!
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2022.01.16 06:57 SnooDonkeys1839 Bro Two's literally a leaf which doesn't let me see those signs wtf
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2022.01.16 06:57 Spycrabpuppet123 thighdeology
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2022.01.16 06:57 Ambitious-Height-201 The Great Pottery Throwdown
2022.01.16 06:57 Kleeptomaniac- Hoyoung mains out there
Just curious about this class, never played it and plan to tera burn it and try to go all the way to 220.
Why do you like this class? also, any tips you could share? I have a few guildies saying it's a somewhat difficult class to play. Anyway thanks for your time and happy January? <3
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2022.01.16 06:57 RecentMix753 2 years after infidelity
It’s been a couple years since I found out about the situation. He was showing that he was sorry and that he made a big mistake. I remember crying for 3 days straight from morning to night because I was so distraught. We were living at his parents house at the time and i didn’t have the funds or car to leave. I found out from her admitting it to me on Instagram and shortly after he did. I was broken and confused on what my next steps would be. After 3 days I had to emotionally force myself to make it work with him. He showed his remorse but literally 2 months later I discovered he was talking to different women on Instagram and more on plenty of fish. During that first year he just went back to his old ways. He used to stay out late and wouldn’t be sorry. I repeatedly told him my feelings but it would somehow be turned on me. During the second year he stopped his actions and started to be more remorseful and understanding. Communication has gotten better but I’m just getting those intuition tingles that he may be doing it again. Now I kind of just feel stuck, I don’t know where to go from here. I don’t think we reconciled correctly because I still feel a discomfort around him, my trust is slowly building back up but I’m scared to bring it where it was. Our communication has gotten better , but I just feel dead inside. I’m also sensing that he’s unhappy with me too just going by actions of him being so distant. This week it’s just feels different around him.. he gets irritated easily, he started back shaving, and he recently lost erection in the middle of sex.. every now and then we’ll have our affection and happy moments but after all that slows down I just feel so unhappy… I love him to death and I know we have so much potential to be happy again I just don’t know how to go about this. He also turned down MC several times
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2022.01.16 06:57 Alkit777 Middelgrunden windfarm located 3.5 km outside of Copenhagen
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2022.01.16 06:57 maxisnoops Is Cameron Green Australia’s new Mr Cricket?
2022.01.16 06:57 MarleyBebe Not really sure how to work out my feelings
I've (18/enby) posted on here before asking for advice about how to handle my step mum (Jane 40s) and my dad (John 40s) regarding the singular chore they ask of me right now. I fully accept that to some of you I might sound entitled, I understand I'm more privileged than most and this is a very first world problem, I get it. So around October, we got a dish washer and it became my sole chore to handle the dishes every single day, on my own (or stacking it, washing any dishes that can't go in, and emptying it the next morning) which I don't mind, we normally don't have very many dishes. When we first got it, I admit I forgot to do it more than I should've and that's totally on me for not trying harder to remember, but I started getting the hang of it after about a month and I've been doing pretty well with it, though whenever we've had Jane's family over (15+ people, with dozens of dishes), I've been left to handle the kitchen entirely on my own, handling a kitchen that's an entire mess, scraping food off people's plates etc. I felt really overwhelmed during that but I didn't say anything because I didn't want my parents to think I was complaining over nothing. Today though, they were out visiting Jane's cousin for the day, and they put the dish washer on before they left. When it finished, I was waiting for the dishes to cool down cause they were super hot, and I started playing a game with my friends, who live two hours away so I can't see them very often, and I lost track of time and forgot to empty the dish washer. When my dad got home and saw that I'd forgotten the dish washer, he started by banging on my bedroom door, while I was still catching up with my friends, and saying in this honestly scary tone (my dad has temper issues, I occasionally feel pretty anxious about saying the wrong thing in case he gets crabby and crouchy with me) 'get out here right now', and then he started lecturing me about the dish washer, which is fine I get that it's annoying I forgot, but he said something along the lines of 'we ask you to do one thing, and you can't even do that' as if I've never once remembered the dishwasher, and it made me feel absolutely useless, like he thought I was useless, and y'know I didn't want to end up crying so I just quietly put everything away and went back to my room, and kinda cried for a bit cause what he said, and how he worded it, really fucking upset me. Not to mention, he brought up me being in my room 24/7 but like I said, all my friends are 2 hours away, and I'm not a very social person so I can't just go out and meet new people that easily. Both my parents constantly judge me for being in my room all the time, my step mum is always comparing me to my older brother (who I don't really have a relationship with cause I didn't know he existed until I was like 9, he was raised by our grandmother) or saying how she used to spend all her time outside when she was my age. I fully get that I'm not being asked to do much, I only have to do the dishwasher, my own laundry which is to be expected, and occasionally vacuum the whole house. I feel like I don't deserve to forget the dish washer, but I also occasionally feel like I should just move back in with my mum (I moved out after I turned 18 bc my dad lives in the capital of my state, which meant more job opportunities) but she lives out in the country now, a tiny little town, and I don't think I'd be able to find work very easily there, especially with covid. I just feel so worthless, I originally did before today because I don't have very much going on for me. Nothing in the dating world, half my friends from school are creeps, or transphobic, work isn't rostering me for shifts (I'm casual) cause of covid, and I don't really have any hobbies outside of currently trying to teach myself art. I don't know how to handle any of this, I don't know how to explain to them how I'm feeling because my step mum would probably get a bit condescending and my dad would probably just get mad at me.
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2022.01.16 06:57 Sedona75 Camila Giorgi
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2022.01.16 06:57 Drabblaaa FTM recovery
2022.01.16 06:57 shelfinder Is this worth just completely dropping white and going simic?
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2022.01.16 06:57 Budget-Song2618 Tsunami Triggered by Huge Volcanic Eruption Hits Tonga. The undersea volcano's eruption also sparked tsunami warnings for Fiji, Samoa, New Zealand, and the West Coast of the United States.
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2022.01.16 06:57 Elincia_20 About approach of a psychologist and psychiatrist towards their patient...
My sister suffers from major depressive disorder since she was 14. She is 21 and only now has been diagnosed with depression and actually sought help. She was admitted 2 months ago for experiencing severe suicidal thoughts and was accordingly treated. After she was discharged, her psychiatrist advised a plan for her and she was since on appropriate medication.
She has noticeably improved, but we all know that this is a very long journey and she needs time.
Now, the problem is that she is telling me she cannot continue with her psychologist (she took about two sessions with her). She told me that her psychologist is using language that is, for the lack of better words, forceful and falls into guilt tripping. For example, she would tell her that if she does not do so and so, she will greatly regret and will suffer. She also according to my sister is cold towards her and is "mechanical", treating my sister as a customer rather than a person. In the first visit to her psychologist, (I was with her) my sister was about 7 minutes late and her psychologist reminded her throughout the one hour session two times that she will be late for the next appointment and that my sister 'should be quicker'. This is on top of the other things she noticed about her that I mentioned above. She also told my sister that she is being 'dramatic', a description my sister hates people telling her about as she has always been told this by my parents and other people around her. After the first session, she told her psychiatrist that she does not want to continue with her psychologist and that she feels uncomfortable and would want to be treated by another psychologist. Her psychiatrist as well as her parents tried to convince her to give the psychologist a second chance. She did and what did the psychologist do? According to my sister, she spent the first 20 minutes of the one hour session 'defending' herself and using language such as: 'I said this and that, isn't that empathy? I told you that and this, isn't that empathy?' A tone I understood as defensive as well as indirectly blame-filled.
Her psychiatrist also seems to have become more pressured? In the last two to three follow-up sessions, he is telling her to stop being 'dramatic' and to be more 'resilient', all in a demanding tone. He also teases her and tries to provoke her by saying antifeminist statements, knowing this will provoke her as she considers herself a feminist (he himself is not misogynistic). He also is telling her to be more careful with her father and to not stress him out (my father has been very worried about her). He would also speak on the phone for over 5 times while with her in the 30 minutes session.
Overall, I am sorry for the very long explanation, but my sister is very distressed that she feels no one is understanding her and that she has returned to a point of zero. I want to understand whether this confrontational approach of the psychologist and psychiatrist is actually part of their job or that they are doing more harm than good... I myself work in the health sector, and my understanding of empathy is that one aspect of it is understanding the patient and thus choosing the appropriate wording and approach which would make the patient satisfied as well as give them the appropriate solution to their problem in a way they would actually accept. I acknowledge that her psychiatrist was very supporting of her and he did do drastic changes in her life with the way he intervened to save her, but he there seems to be a limit with his approach to patients when it comes to psychological counselling? As for the psychologist, I honestly cannot differentiate between the fact that she is being professional or harsh?
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2022.01.16 06:57 Naive_Maintenance704 is it ok to say ritarded
2022.01.16 06:57 VaughnLuck [QUESTION] Short bone nut
2022.01.16 06:57 mizz2waveyy How Strong Is The UK? (Bodyshot Challenge 🥊)
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