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!GD3wBpep0Y - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 12:14:49 EST d5kHsYag No.518069
File: 1502640889138.jpg -(66697B / 65.13KB, 500x383) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. #qq on IRC
Hi folks,

If you're looking to talk to someone immediately about any problems you have in your life and have nobody close to you, come and speak to us!

Join us on IRC on #qq. Most of us have different time zones but if you stay there, one of us will be there.

Don't be afraid to speak up.
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Edwin Turveystock - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 03:58:54 EST 1SSFeKJF No.534767 Reply
>>534754
Stop putting so much energy into berating yourself. Focus on what you can do better rather than what you did wrong. No one is instantly good at anything it takes practice but with your attitude you never learn you just fail the same way and then take the energy you could have used to figure out how to make it a bit less wrong next time and spend ages crafting insults to use on yourself. Instead of taking that attempt and further improving you throw yourself into hysterics. Instead of starting to become okay you dismiss advice and just focus on pummelling yourself. Instead of continuing to become actually good you repeatedly post like this repeating your mantra that you're worthless so you believe it and feel justified.

But yeah everything is pointless in an objective sense. You have your subjective perspective so in that what has worth?
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Jack Seshson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:35:42 EST LUAyeKAb No.534775 Reply
>>534756
oh something about good experiences mattering even though goodness is a societal determination and doesn't matter as something to say to be a dick
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Nicholas Sishson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 23:45:09 EST usehq5m4 No.534785 Reply
>>534767
>You have your subjective perspective so in that what has worth?
apparently, it's all the mid-range* programmers, electronic artists, digital visual artists, and that's about it who seems to have objective worth. privilege ladders notwithstanding (they dont withstand ime(In My Experience), im a mutt)

*by mid-range i dont mean by skill; i mean the people below (above?) assembly programmers, high-speed graphics wonks and other machine code level types, but below webdevs, but still using, abusing, or creating ~microservices~
Those are the people who get to do things and be happy.

>Focus on what you can do better rather than what you did wrong.
people say this but i consider it just another meme, like "just breathe bro :)" or "just look up mindfulness :)"

A few years ago I picked up a cheap spring piston air rifle and it was genuinely relaxing to look down the scope or sights and shoot at something like 5m away (like down the hallway of a cheap apartment) because it was very easy to focus on the reticule or sights and just kinda blank out and eventually fire slowly and smoothly once I'd calmed down. I could put 10, 20 pellets downrange and only notice the time passing just from cocking it. I only wouldn't go through like 50 pellets a session because pellets are insanely expensive for some reason, and I had a roommate at the time who might not've tolerated constant PINGs of wasting a modeling foam-filled frying pan. Inbetween I did experiment with adjusting the iron(plastic)sights, fucking with the actual scope, stances, all that. Very relaxing.

I haven't replaced the rifle but I did pick up that shitty fucking bow and it is the most unbelievably stressful object. Almost as stressful as a computer and shell.
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my cat is missing

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- Fri, 15 May 2020 22:52:30 EST MHw4zt7g No.534610
File: 1589597550163.jpg -(38134B / 37.24KB, 528x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. my cat is missing
shes my best friend and the best friend i ever had
its been 4 days now
ive done all the things; posters, food/litter outside, cauht someone elses cat in a trap, went around looking, asked people to look for her.
how do i stop my insides from feeling like theyre made of nails
how do i stop screaming and crying
why does the universe make us suffer
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Eugene Pandlelat - Sun, 31 May 2020 21:10:54 EST Y5qQ6Egv No.534761 Reply
Ay OP did that furrReal Friend every find his way home?
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Basil Bobblesut - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 02:10:31 EST cSJDS1k/ No.534765 Reply
One of my cats was lost for a month
miracously she returned, she was fairly emaciated.
I thought I'd never see her again.
I hope the best for your cat OP.
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Phoebe Trotwell - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 13:28:40 EST chULFERQ No.534784 Reply
>>534765
Sometimes cats gotta explore for a while. I still think most cases like this they're in a tree hiding and afraid to come down.

What's the status on your lost palico?

I wanna trip

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- Mon, 01 Jun 2020 10:04:01 EST RIHXoW41 No.534781
File: 1591020241314.jpg -(187349B / 182.96KB, 1039x1023) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I wanna trip
I can't fucking take it anymore. My life is fine and going well. But I just can't shake the feeling of wanting to fucking trip balls on acid, tweak so hard that I end up naked after dreaming of Nick Minaj and Britney Spears on my bed. Go to street to look at trees looking like an absolute fucking lunatic crackhead. I might order some soon.

Alcohol doesn't do it anymore and I drink like a middle aged man.
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Phoebe Trotwell - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 13:27:29 EST chULFERQ No.534783 Reply
This is one of those cases where the QQ trope of "take acid" is very fitting. Might tack on a 10 day fast beforehand too.

Social anxiety

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- Sat, 30 May 2020 09:06:03 EST hgtkQ315 No.534734
File: 1590843963924.png -(401596B / 392.18KB, 1024x683) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Social anxiety
I'm tired of it, I'm somewhat over my depression and I'm getting in good shape, but still, almost every social situation makes me sweaty and anxious as fuck, it's impacting my life in a bad way.

How do i make this less of an issue? Where do I even start?
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:44:26 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534778 Reply
>>534774
>probably because he wants good experiences and can't have them at home
>
>i have the same thing
>
>i will just fucking cringe for like 4 hours until i go to bed.
Okay, so I can see where there might be a discontinuity. You go out, see something poisonous, take it home, and drink the poison again and again and again for hours. So you're incapable of being around people and you're incapable of being alone, without poisoning your own mind.

You must become capable of seeing these things, noticing them, and then putting them aside so that you don't lose all this time cogitating about them. Mindfulness can help.
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Jack Seshson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:52:22 EST LUAyeKAb No.534779 Reply
>>534778
i give less of a fuck and it makes me the 20-something version of an alcoholic boo radley
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 09:42:02 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534780 Reply
>>534779
>i give less of a fuck
You actually couldn't give more of a fuck if you were literally fucking someone.

Sentenced to jail time... again.

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- Sat, 30 May 2020 18:02:13 EST 3y+di+Hn No.534736
File: 1590876133857.jpg -(91193B / 89.06KB, 768x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Sentenced to jail time... again.
So, I ended up getting sentenced to a short jail sentence yesterday...
I've been to jail 3 times before, most of the time really short sentences ~3-5 days... My last sentence though, I started off in jail and after about a week, I got transferred to a state hospital and spent ~1 year 51/50'd in residential treatment facilities.
I've gotta check into jail in the beginning of September. It's going to be a short sentence, but I'm losing my mind at the anticipation of serving time. Haven't been allowed to drink or smoke for a year, and I really want to indulge, but at this current point in time the risks just don't seem worth it. I feel like my entire summer is fucked. I *may* have the opportunity to check into jail early and get all this shit over with-I qualify for house arrest, so there's a decent chance I'll be able to get it. While I know house arrest aint shit (and neither is a light jail sentence) I'm still fucking losing my mind over the concept of serving time. I'm claustrophobic and, combined with the other mental health issues I've got, this has made jail absolute fucking hell in the past.

In addition to all of that, I live with a parent and their SO right now, and coronavirus. They're super at risk and could easily die if they contract COVID, and I really don't want to get them sick. In addition, I am asthmatic and I also was recently hospitalized with a really bad case of pneumonia and would've died if I didn't go into the hospital & spent several weeks in the ICU. I still haven't recovered fully from the pneumonia yet... There was also a pretty big outbreak at the jail that I'll be serving time at, and it's been spreading like wildfire throughout my state.

I know this has to sound like bitching and moaning, but I am really concerned about going to fucking jail, man.

On the upsides: if I hadn't gotten sick, I'd actually still be serving time in jail right now on a much, much larger sentence, and I would've had to spend a minimum of ~3-5 years on probation, but I don't have to deal with any of that noise because of a kick ass attorney and pure fucking luck. Thank god I don't have to do probation after my upcoming jail sentence...

I found a couple of hotels that are offering month-month rentals right now, and even though its wayyyyyy out of my budget, I am considering trying to get a hotel to live in after I serve my jail sentence, as to avoid being a vector. Being broke is wayyyyyy better than losing my parent due to a stupid fucking jail sentence. Also, I'm figuring that if I do qualify for house arrest, and I can serve the time in a hotel room, I can just watch porn for a majority of the time, and it'll go by pretty damn quickly.

Any advice for coping with this? I've been having wicked fucking panic attacks because the anticipation is destroying me.
Also, does anyone have any good books they'd suggest that I could try to bring with me into jail to make the time go by quickly? I figure I'll try to bring the NA/AA big books, as I've always wanted to try and read through them, but I never had the discipline when I was in previous rehab stays... I definitely remember hearing speakers at AA/NA talk about how the big books completely transformed their experiences when they were locked up. I've tried to read the Bible, but that book was too damn boring.
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:20:50 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534770 Reply
>>534759
No matter what you did, I promise on the day you did it, dozens of people were also arrested under the exact same circumstances. Unless you did it in a batman suit or while citing satanic sources, what you did is not unique or significant in anyone's life but yours. Whereas you have to do something pretty egregious to get the police to actually notice you and do something, just tell us what you did because you're not special.
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Jack Seshson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:21:51 EST LUAyeKAb No.534771 Reply
>>534736
>Any advice for coping with this?

not really. say thanks less often at store checkout, belch in public. maybe consider carrying around a spanner and loosen random bolts to shit not for any sort of loaded reason but becauselol. try to start fights with random people. that's how it works buddy.
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:37:36 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534777 Reply
>>534771
Yes this. Never let go of anything. Express your rage constantly, outwardly, and make other people's lives worse. This is the path to happiness.

You idiot.

cheated on, not even mad?

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- Sun, 31 May 2020 13:10:27 EST BNmGDLDE No.534752
File: 1590945027853.jpg -(48074B / 46.95KB, 721x723) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. cheated on, not even mad?
GF cheated on me.

This is my first relationship and I had felt like we were moving apart a little, but at the same time I thought we had been together for over a year and that initial high of the relationship had worn off and were still going. Never had an argument or anything.

Came home from the doing a little shopping, she had asked me a dozen times to "call before you leave the store in-case I decide I want anything" which obviously, I forgot to do. See a strange car in the driveway, figure a friend was over but no.

If she had asked me if it was ok to sleep with her old fuck buddy I would have said yes. I had thought about asking if an open relationship was possible because I want to see what being with another guy is like. But she didn't ask and I only found out because I came home early. I want to believer her but can I? How can I be sure?

So, I guess I have to ask myself if I want to be in an open relationship or move on?

If I do choose to stay and try out an open relationship? How can I forgive and learn to trust her again? Do I just forgive and move on or do I ask for some kind of gesture to show she is sorry? If so, what?
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Edwin Turveystock - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 03:47:18 EST 1SSFeKJF No.534766 Reply
>>534752
She cheated, she can't be trusted.

It's not that she fucked another guy it's that she did it before it was okay. She was trying to hide it and knew it was wrong. You can cheat in an open relationship, for example she could blow out important commitments with you for a new exciting fuck, have lots of unprotected sex or whatever. The point is whatever terms you agree she does not respect.
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Jack Seshson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:23:04 EST LUAyeKAb No.534772 Reply
yeah sex is being there, right?

you guys are all fuckin nothins from the neck up
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:35:59 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534776 Reply
>>534772
Sober up, dipshit. Drive-by shade throwing is a bad look.

Opened up a can of whoop-ass on a friend without warning him

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- Sun, 31 May 2020 21:00:51 EST vXUdJx7V No.534758
File: 1590973251526.jpg -(6379B / 6.23KB, 300x168) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Opened up a can of whoop-ass on a friend without warning him
Okay so I have this friend who's enthusiastic af (not diagnosed but it's completely obvious because of how socially oblivious he is and his tendency to ramble about narrow, specific, sometimes nonsensical stuff without stopping, etc.)

Anyway, he does this thing where he likes to poke and tickle me (some others, but mostly me). He makes the "Ehhhh heheheheh" sound, wiggles his finger around, and jabs me with it. I've always had a habit of just either letting him do it or just pushing his hand away without saying anything. The couple of other people who he does it to have asked him to stop, with mixed results.

Well last night I finally snapped. I dunno what it was because I'm usually a very gentle person, and like I said I've always just kinda let him do it and never asked him to stop.... and I just punched him and slammed him to the ground and screamed "STOP DOING THAT! IT FUCKING PISSES ME OFF!" I dunno just after so long of taking it without ever asking him to politely stop finally burst out

Everyone who was there now thinks I'm an asshole even though they know that he has a habit of invading my personal space. They think I overreacted way too much and that I'm lucky he didn't press assault charges. Needless to say he's not talking to me and a few other people are limiting contact with me.

Am I an asshole for not giving him a verbal warning? Or was I in the right to finally stand up for myself after taking his invasion of my personal space like a bitch for so long?
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Ian Dennernadge - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 01:53:37 EST wcqQCL4Z No.534764 Reply
>>534758

What a dick move. Your first born child is definitely coming out with down syndrome as a form of karmic retribution for this incident.
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Jenny Narryman - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:16:36 EST 4nEQ0RbW No.534768 Reply
>>534758
You're not an asshole because one outburst doesn't make anyone anything, but if you lost control of your anger over a predictable event of any sort then you need to regain control of yourself and apologize to your friends. You knew it was going to happen, you probably even practice these angry outbursts over and over in your head. This needs to stop and you need to learn to meet positivity with positivity no matter how obnoxious it is.
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Jack Seshson - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:19:21 EST LUAyeKAb No.534769 Reply
>>534758
fucker deserves it but just wait until he gets really buff though and smacks the jaw off your mouth

Need new friends, but don't have time to find new friends

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- Sat, 30 May 2020 08:46:00 EST zcMKtJVi No.534733
File: 1590842760883.jpg -(219833B / 214.68KB, 1600x1200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Need new friends, but don't have time to find new friends
Long story short:

>worked my ass off to finally invest in my hobbies (that are snorkeling and filming underwater)
>finally got all the equipment i need
>friends have congratulated me
>but noone ever wants to go out and leave their couch

>finally some free days, we all will have vacation soon
>noone interested in doing anything
> all they do is smoking weed or playing with warhammer figurines or sitting @ their homes together and playing board-games

>when I try to inspire them by showing them the footage of my last dive they are impressed
>but whine about it beeing expensive
>they spend up to 1000.- for costumes and conventions

how do I find new friends when I don't have the time due to workload and not the best social-skills (like forgetting names and faces, the inability to listen and care about the problems of others when my work-day ends) ?
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Edwin Dinnerhut - Sat, 30 May 2020 19:44:44 EST 1SSFeKJF No.534743 Reply
>>534733
Board games are awesome. I'd play warhammer but it's too costly. Not that I can't afford it but given the cost and what I'd get out of it, I cannot justify it. It's an economic decision. Not "I can't afford it" but "I'd rather spend the money and time on other things".

Your friends have committed their money to something they enjoy and they do it socially. Not everyone wants to play boardgames and warhammer and not everyone thinks diving sounds enough fun for that outlay. Your friends are happy that you're progressing your hobby and doing what you want but you cannot do the same for them. Some of your "not the best social skills" particularly not caring about problems isn't a lack of skills it's just you're very self centred. Your whole perspective neglects that other people have their own desires, wants, hangups priorities and different motives and tastes. Even if you're just not an empathic, caring or kind person it's worth learning to model for that to better understand other people's decisions and choices better.

As others have said, join a diving club. There are people who like diving. It takes a certain sort of weirdo to want to spend thousands on a hobby where you can't talk to the people as you do it. I suspect you'll be able to broaden your stable of friends. You will be happy, your diving buddies will be happy. Your friends will be happy for you. There is likely an on line presence especially if they're forward looking filming types. But if not then I guess it's worth asking at the places you got your gear.
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Graham Curringham - Sat, 30 May 2020 19:53:43 EST nYk6cnF0 No.534744 Reply
>>534733
Go to fhe popular dive spots early in the morning and talk to other divers.

Ghosted this girl I was seeing and now I feel like shit

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- Fri, 29 May 2020 18:39:18 EST 6yuOILUc No.534725
File: 1590791958356.jpg -(85845B / 83.83KB, 512x512) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Ghosted this girl I was seeing and now I feel like shit
I'm relieved as fuck to be out of that relationship, but I worry about her.

I'm like 90% sure we both knew the relationship was over when I split but the last thing she said to me got my hackles all up and I was dead inside by this point so I just blocked her on everything. This was about a month and a bit into her constantly telling me that she didn't care about anything, telling me not to call her babe or anything vaguely romantic, talking about killing herself, getting mad at me for trying to be positive because it was "hallmarky" (which what the fuck else am I supposed to do dude "i dont care about anything and i want to die" haha yeah how about that new assassins creed) and generally just indirectly calling me a dumbass every time I tried anything to help and then getting mad at me for not texting her as much when every time ended with her saying some wild shit and then turning it around on me for the way I tried to help without ever telling me how she wanted me to help, sending me one word texts and then getting pissy with me for making jokes and trying to carry the conversation on my own. it's fucking exhausting emotionally and mentally and I had nothing left to give her.

So I'm angry and fed up and I block her because I barely have the energy to brush my teeth after like a month and a half of trying to be her therapist and getting shit on constantly for trying and, again I don't blame her for it this is just what she's been conditioned to do from past relationships and mental illness that's never been effectively treated, I know that if I had said "hey this isn't working, I think we should break up" she would've hit me with something like WELL SINCE NOBODY CARES ABOUT ME ILL JUST GO KILL MYSELF THEN BYE.

I don't regret leaving. She's a good person underneath the bullshit but I just couldn't handle it anymore, but now I'm worried that me ghosting her might have been a catalyst for her doing something crazy. Part of me wants to make sure she's okay but I know it's only to assuage my guilty conscience because I have zero desire to have any kind of relationship with her at this point and it'd be fucked up to force myself back into her life and reopen that wound (if it was a wound, like I said I'm pretty sure we both knew it was over so maybe she's overjoyed to be rid of me) and then leave just as quickly as I came back.
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Phineas Checklebork - Sat, 30 May 2020 04:40:46 EST ySK+6TA1 No.534731 Reply
>>534729
I'm not going to try and convince you that what you did by ghosting her was any less right or wrong than you decide it is. There's more than just morally right and morally wrong though, there's a right and a wrong for health, a right and a wrong for you as a person, etc. Maybe it was morally wrong to ghost her, but it sounds like it was right for you as a person and for your mental health to do it. Life doesn't take place in a vacuum of (perfect) civilzation, where we should always be striving to be considerate of and do right by others to help hold up a social contract or improve our social relations with one another. Sometimes there isn't even much of anything resembling society at all depdending on where you live. What's right for you as a person and your overall health are what take priority outside that vacuum of (perfect) civilization. If you haven't been put in a position where you need to make the choice between moral right and wrong and right and wrong for you and your health, you should strive to be morally right, of course.

The istuations with your dad and gf were such that you had to make that decision, and you made your choice. Maybe it was the wrong thing to do, and you should try to fix things, but only if it doessn't require you to forego taking care of yourself first. Don't let yourself have the ego of a savior, because that's just choosing to indulge in a fantasy to escape the unpleasant reality that when it comes to saving somebody, you can only save someone at the cost of not saving somebody else. If you're going to try saving your girlfriend, you're not going to be able to save yourself, and she won't be saving you in return. Same is true of your dad, atm. You should always be willing to give somebody a chance, but don't get stuck in the mindset of giving them too many chances because you never learned how many you should be expected to give before it's okay to let go of somebody.

Just try breaking down things into facts. Fact, your now ex gf is toxic enough that she not only hurts herself, but she also hurts you. Fact, that pain she was causing you wasn't worth enduring because what she gave you/the relationship with her was giving you. Fact, if you leave her, she will continue to hurt herself, and she would also continue hurting herself if you stayed. You are already a bit broken, and she's just causing both of you too much pain. Whether she believes it or not, she needs to do the same thing you are and look out for herself so that she can heal and improve. She wasn't doing any of that together with you. Even if this isn't what she wants or feels like she needs, staying with her isn't what you want or need. She is just as capable of healing and improving without you as she currently is with you, so in this case it's best for you to leave. If actually taking the time to say goodbye is either going to prevent you from actually leaving or wind up hurting you worse because she actually does something drastic to try and coerce you into staying, then not saying bye was also for the best.
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Samuel Billingworth - Sat, 30 May 2020 06:53:39 EST SdJf/BwH No.534732 Reply
>>534725
That stuff was pretty shocking and catastrophic for you to hear, but it was very natural and routine for her to say. Take that as a roadmap going forward: worry about it as much as she does, which is none. That kind of Wednesday Adams crap is just her really shitty personality combined with shitty coping skills.
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Edwin Dinnerhut - Sat, 30 May 2020 19:36:11 EST 1SSFeKJF No.534742 Reply
>>534731
>There's more than just morally right and morally wrong though
I don't think it's even that. Some stuff is areas of grey and OP's own mental health has a weighting too. Hurting himself is bad morally. Whether he could have done less harm to her and not significantly increased the harm in himself is the question.

At the end of the day though it's done. We all make mistakes and hurting someone to avoid pain that they're inflicting is probably one of the most forgivable relatable mistakes one can make. It's not bourne of malice or greed it's just self preservation and a bit of panic.

Of course maybe it was the right thing to do anyway? If you think she' have played the old emotional blackmail sucide card and it was an abusive relationship then you might have done the right thing to duck out. She sounds like she's afraid to experience authentic joy and has become cynical. In time I suspect she will become jaded to being jaded. She'll realise there were legit reasons to be like that but all that hallmark crap wouldn't work if there wasn't real beautiful sentiment to knock off and mass produce. That is her problem not yours. If you cannot deal with a relationship with someone like that then you don't have to.

As partners we should look after our loved ones. But it's not our responsibility to fix broken people up so we can love them. Our responsibilty is to ensure we are fit for a relationship so that two completely functional people can improve each other's lives, inspire and push each other further and be more. No one is perfect but if your other half isn't even trying then there is no point. You were right to leave her and whether it was right to leave under those terms is unknown. But maybe that was right too.

quantum genarations

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- Thu, 02 Apr 2020 18:51:50 EST LbPBpo3d No.534171
File: 1585867910373.jpg -(2268249B / 2.16MB, 1813x1118) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. quantum genarations
grandperents a shitty. they hard walk and talk. im sick of this scope of reality. they pray on the seemful of things. its just the thing about though. the ablness of what they have its like they steal it from a fuck brin. i cant find a better reason than blaming them for me not having the avalibillity to get a job. im going to apply every place in a 30 mile radius here again next week... maybe.
these third rate job agents are fucked and try to be every growing.
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birn - Tue, 26 May 2020 01:22:34 EST LbPBpo3d No.534692 Reply
>>534171
that it im gona get bunch of good shit going to claim yto king undead oct 1st.
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Nigel Bicklekut - Fri, 29 May 2020 19:59:46 EST ySK+6TA1 No.534728 Reply
>>534171
man you just picked a really bad time to get a job. i know sometimes the endless feedback loop of unemployment and not getting calls back from applications really sucks, but at the moment with all the corona virus shit, finding a job besides in like, factories that are some how considered essential like mine is impossible.

seriously though, if you need a job, hit up factories... especially night shift positions if you can do night shift. people get hired and quit within 2 weeks all the fuckin time. roughly a third of the new people where i work show up from training and quit within the first 2 nights. another third don't make it beyond their 3 month probationary period because they either hate the work or can't help but call in 3 times (only allowed 3 points before getting fired within your first 3 months), and then another third actually stay for anywhere between 6 months and potentially years (although only 1 in 12 new hires stays more than 9 months it seems like).

so, with back orders being so huge because the time that companies weren't accepting shipments because of the shutdown, and people naturally quitting all the time anyway, the factories are still in need of new workers. if you can't bring yourself to do factory work or last more than the probationary period, then chances are you aren't actually willing to work for your money and want something easier. if you're desperate enough or just willing to actually do something that's honestly pretty easy but still requires more work than a lot of places, you can make a decent living working at factories.

what do I do with my life

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- Fri, 29 May 2020 04:10:20 EST vm8CAmLW No.534720
File: 1590739820617.png -(310694B / 303.41KB, 1024x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. what do I do with my life
Hello.. I have emotional issues and Ive been struggling with uni and school and previously, in high school, pretty bad depression. Was studying accounting and I wanna re-tackle it. How can I re gain my confidence? also, what other jobs could I consider? I'm relatively bright, decent at writing, and like people. Iunno. I feel like a jack of all trades that gives up so easily.
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Charlotte Donnerville - Fri, 29 May 2020 08:14:40 EST 7OGdb+ZV No.534723 Reply
Confidence is being able to accept failure as part of the process. If you lack confidence, no doubt it's because you judge failure harshly. Stop judging failure harshly and you won't be afraid to fail, and you will persevere until you achieve success. That's what confidence is.
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Nigel Bicklekut - Fri, 29 May 2020 19:51:12 EST ySK+6TA1 No.534727 Reply
>>534720
you've got the beginning seeds of confidence already sewn, it sounds like. now you just need to cultivate it and allow the time for it to grow--in other words, put in the daily work required to achieve something, and once you've achieved it, the tree that grows will be your confidence. that's generally how confidence works for me, anyway. you can never truly believe in yourself until you've done something and have something to show for it.

confidence is essentially the knowledge of your abilities to do something plus the pride that comes from having actually followed through and done it, resulting in something you can always recall in the future to point out that your knowledge of your abilities wasn't just your imagination and you've had real world results to prove that any time you need to refer back to it.

Girlfriend acts weirds

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- Sat, 11 Apr 2020 04:08:20 EST PCkzqyu8 No.534260
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So my girlfriend has been on Xanax a long time and is currently still, then she was also a coke/crack head with me as well.

We've recently quit doing the cocaine stuff and crack a while back. But she still uses Xanax and I use alcohol and weed.

She always gets mad at me for drinking or smoking. While she is popping pills and shit. Then she starts fighting with me and sometimes gets violent. Or she gets scared then angry then cry's and basically is having major mood swings over anything. Like a bad dream.

I really need to leave her but she makes it impossible to. Like she will call me and message me on social media even after blocking her (made new accounts).

Anything I can do besides going to the cops.
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Nell Wabberhood - Fri, 29 May 2020 04:48:49 EST cSJDS1k/ No.534721 Reply
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So two people consenting beforehand to fuck while on drugs is rape?
I guess this really is trump's america, but I'm a fucking metal hippie like my girl and were both enthusiastic retards but still have more self awareness than most people.

OP's girl sounds like a bitch though, that's what I'm saying, she sounds like a tyrant that desperately wants to be tamed.
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Charlotte Donnerville - Fri, 29 May 2020 08:11:24 EST 7OGdb+ZV No.534722 Reply
>>534721
Wow holy fuck, you just puke out incendiary bullshit when something online upsets you, I see. Pretty proud of how angry you get, huh?

It is how it is except when it is when its ain't

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- Wed, 27 May 2020 14:10:52 EST 0DOizHVp No.534706
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The world expects truths, in returns provides silence, even when a lie would suffice.

The people who understand the most are the first to seem the least concerned,but the first to act.

Sometimes its good to ask yourself,

Am I spending too much time helping others that I've forgotten about myself?

sincerely,
spare shoulder.
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Fucking Gammerkork - Thu, 28 May 2020 12:21:18 EST bgNsrXdi No.534717 Reply
Nobody's expecting anything except you.

Wife undergoing mania

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- Wed, 27 May 2020 10:18:50 EST MVET1pY2 No.534702
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I just had my wife taken to a mental ward because she's been undergoing a manic episode for a week now and I can't handle it anymore. I can't handle someone who can't acknowledge that their mode of thinking is no longer in line with our plain of reality, to the detriment of her relationships with everyone around her and to the detriment (most fucking importantly to me) of her ability to care for our 1 year old daughter.

She hates and resents me for this now. She had bad experiences with the medical system a decade ago and she feels like this is a total violation of her trust in me, for me to be committing her into the hands of that system now, but I don't know what to do. She isn't all here and you can't fucking talk to her about it properly because she's so irritable and just fucking talks and talks for hours at a time if you do try to engage with her.

Knowing her like I do, I have a feeling that once she comes back down to earth and is thinking a bit more realistically, she's still going to hate and resent me for having her put away. She'll never forgive me for this. But I just didn't know what to do, I felt like I was out of options and if I didn't put her in the hands of professionals then it would have been me who'd just suffer a total emotional breakdown and I would have ended up there.

What the fuck do I do? I feel like this is going to be the potential end of our marriage. I can't fucking deal with her anymore but I don't want to split with her. I'm just so tired of it all, I just want her to be normal again. I'm tired of her obsessions, I'm tired of her social awkwardness. I just want her to be grounded. I want someone who I can talk to about inconsequential everyday things. I feel like in retrospect the cheese has been slipping off her cracker for a long while now and I'm only just seeing it.
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Emma Sammlehood - Thu, 28 May 2020 07:53:18 EST MVET1pY2 No.534714 Reply
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>If she has some sort of variant of manic depression then it's rare that it can be managed through therapy and usually is just the brain being fucky.
She was diagnosed as type I bipolar a decade ago. It runs in her family; her mother, father, and a younger brother all have it. Her mother was hospitalised for a manic psychotic episode about 14 years ago, her brother just last year (both episodes were triggered by being prescribed SSRIs without a mood stabilizer). Her initial psychotic episode was also triggered by being prescribed with an SSRI, which was prescribed due to a prolonged depressed spell as a result of PTSD from being raped a year or two previously.

She was on medication (lithium and an anti-depressant) until 2016, not long before I met her. I've only ever known her while un-medicated. Somehow, some way, she had the mental willpower and persistence to avoid falling into mania for 4 whole years. Despite this impressive feat, I'm realizing that 1. this is a chemical imbalance that requires chemical help and 2. she has longstanding traumas and mental issues that she (despite her insistence otherwise) has still not gotten over after over a decade and needs serious professional help with.

With this episode now, I'm looking back at everything and I'm realizing that she's mentally been on a long downward slope, slowly deteriorating. She's definitely not the same person she was when I first met her. I guess her progression was akin to that of a glacier - very slow, not noticeable to the naked eye, but it was definitely moving. Moving slow enough that you just 'get used to' her increasingly erratic behaviour; slow changes can become normal. It's only with the outburst of mania in the last week like a sudden supernova that it's suddenly all become very obvious.

There is a lot to do and a lot to rebuild. Hopefully she can come out of this with a more stable approach to her problems.
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Fucking Gammerkork - Thu, 28 May 2020 11:01:05 EST bgNsrXdi No.534716 Reply
>>534713
> If she has some sort of variant of manic depression then it's rare that it can be managed through therapy only
FTFY
You still need therapy as part of your return to health.
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Sophie Wullerway - Thu, 28 May 2020 14:46:43 EST 1SSFeKJF No.534718 Reply
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Yeah on second thought I concur. Beyond putting a tiny bit of steer on her brain she could learn coping mechanisms to limit the damage. Therapy will help with some of her other issues too. If her PTSD isn't sorted she needs therapy for that too.

What OP describes is the boiling a frog phenomena.

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