2022.01.28 02:19 oo_annie Three Rivers, CA
2022.01.28 02:19 hhjhbbfcx People that carry a slice of balogne between their ass cheeks for an entire day, how do you prevent your cheeks from getting tired and losing the meat?
2022.01.28 02:19 riptothafallen Rest up🙏🏾🕊
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2022.01.28 02:19 ShortAlgo $MSFT Waiting for buy signal https://t.co/cHOF4Va7br https://t.co/j3lVcKhhoU
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2022.01.28 02:19 MegaTron10000 Just going to drop this analogy of what getting sober is like from Clare Pooley’s book “The Sober Diaries”
From Clare Pooley’s book “The Sober Diaries”
“I read loads of sober blogs, and I get hundreds of e-mails and comments from readers of Mummy was a Secret Drinker.
The ones that really make me want to cry, and yell in frustration, are the ones written by people who do the first few days over and over and over again.
They do four days sober, then back to day one. They manage ten days next time, then go on a bender. Three days. Four days again. Ad infinitum.
I get it! I really do. I've been there. We all have. And you do just have to keep persevering until one day it just sticks.
But now, with the benefit of six months of hindsight, I just want to grab them in a big bear hug and yell "Nooooo! You're doing the hardest part over and over, without ever making it to the good bits!"
And the problem is, the longer you spend wallowing around in those early dark days of despair, the more you manage to re-enforce the idea in your subconscious that that's what sobriety is all about.
So, if that's you, then think about it like this:
Imagine you're standing in a field which you've been in for a long, long time. Initially it was beautiful - filled with wild flowers, friends, sunshine and fluffy bunnies (maybe the bunnies are a bit too much? But, hell, I'm going with it).
But, over time, it's got more and more miserable in your field. There are still some sunny days, but there's an awful lot of rain, and some terrible thunderstorms. You keep thinking the flowers are growing back, but they die before they bloom. The bunnies are few and far between.
Then you start meeting people who tell you about another field, not too far away. They've seen it. Some of them live in it. It's everything your field used to be, if not more so. And they appreciate it so much more because they've seen what your desolate home looks like. They used to live there too.
"Hey, come and live with us!" they tell you. Because they're not mean and selfish. They know that there's plenty of room at their place for everyone, and they genuinely want more friends.
You really, really want to join them. But there's a hitch. There's a huge great obstacle course in the way. You can't see the whole course, only the obstacle directly in front of you. And you can't see the promised land on the other side. You have no idea how big the course is, how long it takes to get through it, or whether you're up to it.
But you know that you can't stay where you are. It's only going to get worse. So you take a leap and throw yourself at the first obstacle....
Initially it's not too hard. You've got bags of energy and enthusiasm. But, after you've been over a twelve foot wall, through a leech infested, waterlogged ditch, and dug under a fence with your bare hands you're exhausted. Fed up. You have no proof that this place even exists. You have no idea if you can ever make it that far, and you're desperate to go back to somewhere familiar, where you're not so tired, and cold and scared....
.....so you go back to your field. And initially it's great to be home. The other people stranded there welcome you back with open arms and tell you that the alternative field doesn't really exist. You're comfortable. You know what you're dealing with. You think you can see the sun coming out and a bunny in the distance....
....but you were fooling yourself. There are no bunnies left any more. The thunderstorms come harder and harder. Eventually you throw yourself at the twelve foot wall again. You brave the leeches again. You dig the tunnel. You make it to the fifth obstacle this time before you go back to the beginning.
You go back because you have no proof. You don't know how long it takes. You don't know if you can do it. You're exhausting yourself by doing those first few obstacles over and over again. It's just too hard.
So, if that's you, then listen to this. Because I do know (as do many people reading this who I'm hoping will back me up in the comments below). I am going to say it really loudly:
IT DOES EXIST! IT'S EVERY BIT AS GOOD AS YOU'RE HOPING. IT TAKES ABOUT 100 DAYS TO BE ABLE TO SEE IT, AND ABOUT SIX MONTHS TO GET THERE. YOU CAN DO IT.
The truth is that the hardest bit of the obstacle course is the beginning. So you really don't want to keep re-doing the wall, the leeches and the digging. Once you're through those, the other obstacles get easier, and they're further apart. And you get stronger, and fitter and more able to cope.
One thing to look out for is 'false summits'. Sometimes you think you've got there. You've seen no obstacles for ages, and you think THIS IS IT! Only to be confronted by a whopping great wall. (See my post on Post Acute Withdrawal Symptoms).
But by now you know how to scale those suckers. It's no biggie. You almost start to get a sense of achievement from making it to the other side of each one. After all, a field with no challenges at all in it would be a little....flat and featureless.
So, my fellow adventurers, pack up your bags, say goodbye to your field, throw yourself at the obstacles and KEEP ON GOING! Do not look back until you get to the end!”
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2022.01.28 02:19 Draxusdemos ANTON PLZ JUST LET ME PAUSE
Anton please please add a pause feature to take and hold it's so freaking frustrating when you're 10 holds in on an endless run and you run to the bathroom just to get killed by a random patrol
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2022.01.28 02:19 ElektreecK there's still time to start praying
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2022.01.28 02:19 noncongruent Omicron pushes Texas ICUs to the brink
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2022.01.28 02:19 Makkomaster TA: Ethereum Struggles Below $2.5K, Why 100 SMA Is The Key - Come on!! We got this ETH LFG!!
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2022.01.28 02:19 Consistent_Rock_7464 What the heck
I’m trying to move on completly from the gambling and stuff and the things you see online is so crazy, i just watch a video of drake bet $200k on roullete no.8 and he won. The urge it gives you. But theres no way i’m going to play. It just make the urge stronger but you have to be stronger .
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2022.01.28 02:19 smorthuman Try our almost vanilla server.
2022.01.28 02:19 blue_galactic_knight 💫 Collection of articles and tools for easy access and reference ✨
💫 Looking beyond the Veil: The story about the enslavement of humanity, the liberation process and our journey back into unity
💫 [Looking beyond the Veil:] Update on the current situation in the liberation process (December 2021)
✨ The AN-Conversion ✨
💫 The Galactic Codex 💫
✨ The 24 hours and their energetic significance by Rafael (Neva/Gabriel RL) 💫
💫 Galactic Confederation Connection and Healing Protocols! ✨
✨ Primary Contract Removal Protocol 🌺
✨ The White Fire of AN ✨
Important Messages for 2022:
💫 Ashtar - "2022 and its potentials" by Rafael (Neva/Gabriel RL) ✨
2022 – Shifting into a new Phase 🌺 (AA Gabriel via Shelley Young)
✨ SaLuSa (Shalashian) - "The fabric of time, rumours of war and more..." via Rafael (Neva/Gabriel RL)
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2022.01.28 02:19 KRT_Joao01 Will I launch the code?
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2022.01.28 02:19 throwway71291929 .
2022.01.28 02:19 snobird1211 Red Rock
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2022.01.28 02:19 NonNerd77 all the time
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2022.01.28 02:19 Sirvyac Mx5400 moving logs for the mill
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2022.01.28 02:19 P_Talks05 Coppola's Masterpiece
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2022.01.28 02:19 wodahs1 Funny Twitter Thread
2022.01.28 02:19 Temporary-Elk-4938 Possible Tour ?
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2022.01.28 02:19 SeanPM93 How would skeptics explain the lack of results by Google when trying to look up the Ariel School encounter from 1994, if not censorship?
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2022.01.28 02:19 Justinethebeanz the sweetest of all bananas
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2022.01.28 02:19 Hughjarse Ministerial 'call-in' gives Deputy Premier say over controversial recycling and landfill site proposed for Ipswich
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2022.01.28 02:19 pit-n-shit Have dating apps ruined my perception of dating or are they just not for me?
So I’ve tried Tinder, Bumble and Hinge and have never found success. I’ve gotten matches with people that are very attractive, but I just can’t develop feelings for someone behind a screen. Especially in such a short amount of time before they eventually lose interest. If I do go out with them it’s just weird for me because on the “successful dates”, they’re clearly into me, but I truly am not at the point where I have any romantic feelings for them yet. Even past relationships where I’ve met them through mutual friends setting us up, based on my general attraction to them I’ve literally forced myself to develop feelings at the “normal” pace.
I look at my friends and they fall for their matches from dating apps so quickly without even facetiming or calling them. I’ve always found that I really only develop real feelings for someone after around 6 months to a year. At that point a lot of the time if they ever had feelings for me they’ve gotten over me, we’ve become friends, etc. I guess it just takes me a while more than most people? And I feel like how the dating scene is right now, it’s very fast paced and I can’t match that. I even fall for people that I wasn’t initially attracted to or people that aren’t even my normal type, so I guess being a personality person may answer some of this as well.
I’m curious if anyone else is the same way, all my friends look at me like I’m crazy or call me a grandpa when we get on this topic
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2022.01.28 02:19 Crazy_questioner Have any cryptids turned out to be real?