despite struggling with anxiety and depression, i managed to finished my first semester in diploma
Toilet rooms should be soundproofed.
i dont need therapy but i've always been curious about therapists. when a therapist needs therapy themselves would they just refuse to go to one since they already know and can predict the ins and outs of the session? do they come home with an emotional baggage of their clients? how do they deal with it? do they get emotionally attached to their patients? do they learn how to emotionally shield themselves between them and their clients so they won't risk of crying? do they have the urge to cry in sessions? and yeah i get the whole thing of 'professionalsm' and the idea of barricading work and life but if you look at it at a more personal and human aspect it must've taken a toll to their mental health, its kind of ironic. and to think they go by with this on a daily basis like, im just amazed by them and i dont think we give them enough credit
One of my favorite things is to write in a script that doesn't belong to the language I'm writing in. For example, writing french in cyrillic or english with hiragana.
People notice when you talk about them. It's not very stealthy if you go from talking very loudly to suddenly whispering and shooting glances in someone's direction. Also, whispering while standing 2 metres away doesn't mean you aren't heard.
I don't understand how rape is such a universal and frequent thing. First of all, even if I'm horny as hell and feel like dying from the lack of sex, it makes me sick to only imagine doing that to someone. Okay, horrible people exist, I get that. But even then, it can hardly be enjoyable to beat a struggling person, hold them down, and force your way into an unaroused, dry vagina/anus? I mean, you could probably as well fuck your vacuum cleaner, that one at least doesn't try to get away. So why the hell does it happen so often?
One of my favourite things about living alone is being able to fart whenever I need to without worrying about grossing people out. It's a normal body function, it's healthy, but yeah it can be disgusting for others to hear/smell.
Some people need to grow up and don't touch others sensitive areas.
I hate it when some people on the Internet try to justify bullying by saying "someone else is gonna be a jerk to them online anyway so I'm just helping them get used to it!" As if that solves anything! What next, world is full of violence so it's okay to beat people up?
I've never been so relieved to hear someone say it's time for your lunch. I was at work (cashier), had a constant line of customers for 2 hours, and I really had to poop. I kept thinking it was going to slow down long enough for me to finish my line, cut off my light, and rush to the bathroom. That didn't happen. Thank goodness for whoever sent a coworker to take over for me and send me to lunch. Hopefully my stomach doesn't do that again. I've got about 2 more hours until my next break.