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2022.01.17 18:34 UgandanSourCream Winter wonderland in Centretown
2022.01.17 18:34 ILikeCheesePleaseJee LPT: Men, when it’s your first time and you‘re unsure where the hole is, go on a little exploration with your fingers first or ask her to put it in because you find it hot.
2022.01.17 18:34 LeenCooseen Chicken nachos supreme
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2022.01.17 18:34 LunarLion Therapy, worth it or not?
Reddit's favorite piece of advice for us is to go to therapy. But it seems to be mainly for people who need someone to listen to them for 45 mins. And most therapists are incredibly basic and don't really know how to help fix ppl like us. I've tried it before and got the most generic advice imaginable.
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2022.01.17 18:34 Turbostrider27 Warner Bros Brazil Twitter reaffirms Hogwarts Legacy as a 2022 game, releasing this year
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2022.01.17 18:34 kamunee_ Dms open :)
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2022.01.17 18:34 Critical-Nail-7501 ❌WATCH OUT ROSTER DUMPER ❌
2022.01.17 18:34 biggerwinner anyone here ever been demoted? or worked with anyone who had?
how did it go?
did they accept it? did they blow up and go nuts? did they just quit?
i found out one of our managers who always does the work himself instead of managing is becoming an individual contributor tomorrow. never heard of this happening before. curious to hear how other people have reacted.
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2022.01.17 18:34 Crystalcicle me_irl
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2022.01.17 18:34 MassIngestion Oof, idk I saw this and it seemed weirdly in sync lol.
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2022.01.17 18:34 KIRBO_TRIGGER My cat isn’t doing good, she is very old (I don’t even remember here age at this point) and she is starting to get very weak and isn’t eating much, I’m taking her to the vet on Friday and I hope she is fine
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2022.01.17 18:34 macmartin_00 New year mini haul! Look at the detail on those mustang wheels!
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2022.01.17 18:34 kngsgmbt What different people mean when talking about DSP
2022.01.17 18:34 Educational-Score744 So i was going through some old books and found out i had the entire handbook collection from like 7 years ago (I'm 14)
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2022.01.17 18:34 smeggy1234 Random throwing knife long shot
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2022.01.17 18:34 CreativeApple7777 TIFU by masturbating to Watership Down
I woke up feeling like shit. I had masturbated to the tv show Watership Down last night, and now I felt guilty about it. I knew it was wrong. I mean, the show is about bunnies for Christ's sake.
But I couldn't help it. The characters were so cute and sexy, and the sex scenes were so hot. I had been fantasizing about having sex with Hazel all night. And I knew it was wrong, but I couldn't help myself.
When I woke up this morning, I felt so guilty. So I decided to go for a long walk. I needed to clear my head. When I got back, I decided to do some research on Watership Down and see if it was a sin to watch it.
I started doing a Google search. I began by typing in "Watership Down sin." This brought up a bunch of websites that had my search term in their title. I clicked on one, but it was some kind of porn site. It had nothing to do with the show Watership Down. It was all about rabbits fucking each other, which was weird.
I tried another site, but it was mostly about veganism and animal rights. I didn't need to read a whole article about how a rabbit should be allowed to fuck a human. I knew that already.
I tried a few more sites, but none of them seemed very promising. Then I saw a site that had Watership Down in its title. It was called "Is Watership Down a sin?" It might as well have said "Is Watership Down a sin?" in all caps, because that was the only question it answered.
This was the website of a Baptist minister named Reverend Elmer Purdy. Reverend Purdy had written a book called Watership Down: Sin or Salvation? Reverend Purdy's book was on sale right on the same page as his article. It was Right on the same page as the article, Reverend Purdy was selling his book.
It was unbelievable. I had never heard of anything like this before. Usually, when you buy something online, you have to go to a different page. You can't buy a book right on the same page where it is being advertised.
I thought about buying Reverend Purdy's book. It only cost $1.99, so that wasn't a problem. But I wasn't sure if it would be sinful. And Reverend Purdy didn't give any information about how he came to the conclusion that Watership Down was a sin. I wanted to know how he came to this conclusion. I wanted proof. I wanted evidence. I wanted to see both the transcript of Reverend Purdy's morning sermon and a video recording of it. I wanted to hear Reverend Purdy's sermon for myself. I wanted him to tell me, on the record, that Watership Down was a sin. Reverend Purdy appeared to have heard my prayer.
Reverend Purdy had recorded his morning sermon and put it online. It was pretty long - about 15 minutes. Reverend Purdy talked about many things in his sermon. He talked about Satan. And he talked about bunnies. He talked about the bunnies in Watership Down and how they were demon possessed. He talked about how Satan had used the movie Watership Down to infect the minds of billions of people with his evil propaganda.
Reverend Purdy's sermon was powerful. I was deeply moved by it. He was right. Watership Down was a sin. I immediately repented of my sin. I vowed to never watch Watership Down again.
Thank you, Reverend Purdy. I owe you big time. Thanks to you, I have been saved.
Yeah, right. I am such a joke. Here's how I know I'm a joke. I went out and bought
Watership Down: Sin or Salvation? I read it from beginning to end. Reverend Purdy had done his homework. I learned a lot from his book. I learned about the bunnies in Watership Down. Most of them are possessed by Satan and are trying to destroy the world. The only bunnies not possessed by Satan are the rabbits in the 'Havana' scene. Reverend Purdy explained why they were not possessed by Satan. It's because they are all smoking cigars.
Reverend Purdy also explained why it was okay for the bunnies in the 'Havana' scene to get stoned. He said it was okay because they are humping. Reverend Purdy made it very clear that if you are humping, it is okay to get stoned.
There was a lot of other good info in Reverend Purdy's book. I learned all about why the rabbits in Watership Down are evil, bug- I actually had a revelation. Suddenly, I saw the light. I realized I was a fool. I realized that Reverend Purdy was right about everything. Watership Down was a sin. I repented of my sin and decided to never watch Watership Down again. And that is why I have taken it upon myself to write this warning.
Watership Down is dangerous. People who watch Watership Down are in danger. You see, most of the rabbits in Watership Down are possessed by Satan. And if you watch Watership Down, Satan will possess you too. He will possess your brain and turn it to mush. So if you want your brain to remain in mint condition, you should avoid Watership Down.
The only reason I am writing this is because I want everyone to be safe. I'm not writing this because I want to hurt anyone's feelings.
TL;DR: DO NOT watch that bunny show, I learned the hard way!
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2022.01.17 18:34 N2wind It sat on the snow.
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2022.01.17 18:34 CyberNinja321 i need a templar 3d model, helppp
i have been loking for a templar 3d model that i want to use for a 3d project i am making. does anyonw have a model of it or know where to find one??
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2022.01.17 18:34 Comfortable-Read8585 come join this xbox fantasy lg week 16
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2022.01.17 18:34 Wysterical_ Riddle me this!
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2022.01.17 18:34 crytoloover Top 7 MeMe Coins for 2022 || Meme coins ready to Pump || Crypto Tv India
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2022.01.17 18:34 ninasoh1432 Selling Powerscore LG Drills Book **Free Ship
I bought an LG Drills book and accidentally ordered two. It's in perfect condition, I haven't even taken it out of the box.
They don't take returns but I'd like to get it off my hands. Selling it for $35 with free shipping across the USA.
Comment and I'll PM you if you're interested.
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2022.01.17 18:34 willdemo My (long) recovery story
I've been putting off making this post for awhile, mostly because I wasn't sure if I would fully relapse and I was worried people would reject what I see as an important realization in my recoery. But it's been 367 days since I initially tested positive, and the past year has been both traumatic in my newfound limitations and full of incredible growth and change through the progressive improvements in my symptoms, and I need to share what happened with all of you, to at least give you hope that you will be healthy again.
I am an ultra-runner who has run a 100 miler and a 50 miler endurance run. I work at a grocery store in the winters and do field work with birds in the summers.
At my worst, I couldn't reach my arms out or get up out of bed to do anything but eat, shower, or sit at my desk for weeks at a time. Eating any inflammatory foods, even oranges or avocados, would immediately cause a flare-up. Absolute rock-bottom miserable, given up on ever being who I once was.
Now, Im training for a marathon, running 10+ miles and working 8 hour shifts at a grocery store in the same day. I feel the good kind of sore after a run, and sing in the shower. Hell, Im dancing at intersections and smelling the suns heat come off the winter grass. I feel like I'm better than I once was, and I attribute it to both steroids and an unlikely therapeutic method of recovery through mitigating chronic pain by focusing on psychological stressors.
Heres the past year:
Tested positive january 15th 2020, just felt like a nasty flu, although I did note I had some strange chest pain which I never had before. Three weeks after recovering from the acute stage, I was on a ~9 mile hike with some friends in colorado when the shortness of breath and chest pain (costocondritis) hit me for the first time. From there, everything seemed to get worse, and my research began. Those couple of months were definitely the worst for me. I couldn't work at all since I couldn't even reach my arms out without my chest hurting, and the only thing that made me feel "Ok" was complete and utter rest. There were plenty of other symptoms, but none were psychological which I was grateful for. I had POTS but slept fine. I just played video games and called out of work for weeks at a time, burning through all my savings, waiting to get better. I kept thinking, maybe next week, maybe next week. Then it became maybe next month, maybe next month.
During this winter, my time with the doctors was basically getting routine tests, and routinely getting normal results. No scarring or inflammation in my lungs, no inflammatory markers in my blood. When April came, I had to leave my job as a grocer to work with Spotted Owls in California. Before leaving, my doctor gave me a week-long prescription of dexamethasone, a extremely potent steroid. I didn't take it right away because I wanted to get vaccinated first. Once the two weeks passed after getting my second vaccine dose, I was in California working with owls, and had recovered enough on my own to just get by hiking in the woods for long periods of time. At this point I could exert myself without having super terrible flare ups the next day (no PEM). Still couldn't run though. Anyways, I try the dexamethasone for a couple days and it actually made me feel worse, so I stopped.
A month went by, I'm really enjoying my work but feel limited in a fundamental sense. I haven't taken a full breath all year, its been over 5 months with this syndrome, and I still couldn't even think about running even though its a beautiful summer and im surrounded by great trails.
All other problems in my life were set aside, because I felt like long-covid deserved top priority in my queue of things to stress about. I read about Dr. Patterson's work, and decide to try the dexamethasone again. This time it helps in a huge way. A few days on the steroids, and I'm instinctively taking a full breathe every few minutes and for some reason I keep trying to yawn but not succeeding. My energy is of course sky high since I'm on this potent steroid, but I'm getting no sleep. The steroid regime ends, and the symptoms return, but a ton of improvement remains. I can still take full breaths every few minutes and I'm feeling a lot better, a lot more hopeful.
The owl work ends in August, and I'm back in Colorado for the winter. First few months of fall, where im back at the grocery store, are actually pretty good. I'm still not running, but I could work full shifts without having to leave early. At this time, the doctor has me do a stress ecg test, since my ecg results had some slight abnormalities. The stress test people also saw some abnormalities, but not enough to confidently say what it is, so they refer me to get a cardiac mri. Got that, and nothing abnormal could be seen with my heart. But by the time I had gotten all these tests and they made it back to my PCP, its mid-december, and I'm doing far worse than I was in the fall. Im calling out of work multiple times a week and leaving early on days I felt like I could make it through a shift. Financial stress is building on top of my worsening state of long-covid, where I realize this post-exertional malaise is starting to play a bigger role than the chest pain and shortness of breath. I share these stresses with my PCP and he sympathizes with me which I greatly appreciated. He said "unfortunately, you are in some sense a guinea pig, so we'll have to treat you as we learn more about this." he referred me to a pulmonologist and gave me a MONTH long prescription of dexamethasone since I told him it helped last time. At this point, I'm just grateful to have the steroids so I can get at least a month of work in and not worry about missing rent.
3 days into the steroid regime, im feeling depressed and desperate for help, like all of us here. I'm trying to reduce sources of stress from my life like social media, and it helps a bit. I stop following this subreddit, which helped a ton. I stuck with longhaulersrecovery and found a post with a link to longcovidcured.com. This is where things started to change for me.
Now, if you've made it this far into my post, I thank you for your patience but if anyone really wants to see how I at least believe I recovered, I suggest reading just one post on that website before continuing here (im almost done I promise, but the context is very important for the remainder of my story).
When I found the website, I completely related to all the stories on there. I've felt like a different person since then.
Maybe the crazy emotions and improvement from the steroids catalyzed my belief in it. But I dove in to what was stressing me in my day to day. I started to catch myself when the chest pain came on, not getting anxious and depressed about how im stuck in this crap situation and crap body, but acknowledging those emotions and asking what else in my life am I stressed about. A little while into practicing this, connecting emotional pan with the physical pain, the floodgates opened and I became an emotional little crybaby for like 2 weeks straight, reflecting on everything in my life and how the last year has been genuinely traumatic for me. I forgave people in my life who hurt me, and forgave myself for my own wrongdoings. I just let it all go. I stopped taking the steroids after a week, and the symptoms didn't come back at all this time. I was just bottling up, or procrastinating, everything else in my life because I was so preoccupied with this impossible problem of long covid. The stress made the symptoms worse, and the symptoms made the stress worse. My fear of continuing my life in lieu of having a flare up prevented me from ever trying to truly recover.
I just started to try and be happier, appreciating everything I could be grateful for. I gave up on all the supplements I spent hundreds of dollars on just to curb the symptoms. I gave up on endlessly researching new papers on long covid, and focused my attention on this mysterious condition that has multiple terms, one being "chronic myositis syndrome". I gave up on long covid, and consciously tried to disconnect the pain from the stress. Studying the commonalities of chronic pain, fibromyalgia, CFS, etc. showed me how similar long-hauling was to these other syndromes.
Maybe it was just the steroids that made me better, but maybe it was both the steroids and the psychological approach. I needed to know there was nothing structurally wrong with me before diving into the psycho-somatic approach, but once I did, I addressed a lot of things in my life I wouldn't have otherwise. I feel like I know myself a little better now. No doubt, I still have traces of the symptoms, and they come back a bit on stressful days, but they in no way interfere with my life anymore. I feel like I could write forever about what the last month has done for me, the changes in myself and the realizations of how I've changed and who I've always been. Journaling has been a large catalyst for this sort of self-applied therapy, and if I could afford a therapist id totally see one just to see how I can better myself.
I want to help as best I can, and I don't want people to assume I'm propagating some phoney "mind-over-mattepush through the pain" philosophy to overcoming this genuinely physical syndrome. I have nothing to sell. Your pain is real, as was mine. The mind and the body are not two separate entities, and no one can doubt that unaddressed psychological stresses can manifest in physical ways, and no one can doubt that addressing your stresses can at least help with your long-haul.
Please send me a DM if you have any questions and would like to talk more about this.
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