Is it awkward to go the bar alone? I'm a girl, I don't have friends, and I've been living in this city for 8 years since middle school. And I didn't established friends in college as well..Anyway, it's break time in our place right now so I wanna go outside for once and have a rest. I'm not really expecting to make friends in the bar (unless luck comes). I just feel like getting some drink, chilling, then leave. I know I can just drink at home but I just feel like going outside and drink.
I think I get masuk angin😕
I got stomach ache and I felt like I wanted to throw up😷
I don’t think my boyfriend wants a girlfriend anymore. When we first started he was so touchy and sweet. I’d lay my head on his lap while he’s watching tv or we’d cuddle in bed or he’d just rub my arm gently when I lay down. Small intimate moments. Now he kinda brushes me off when I want to do any of those things. Ugh.
Why is the "Daddy" kink a thing? Why do people like to be called that?
Today was kind of a scary day. We were at the hospital because my brother needed to get blood drawn for tests. They said they needed twelve tubes of his blood and that they could either draw all twelve of them today or draw six today and six another day. My mom said they should just draw all twelve tubes today and get it over with, but I felt like twelve tubes was way too much blood to draw out of a small boy all at once so I said maybe they should only draw six tubes and then if he felt okay then they could draw out the other six, and my brother said that sounded like a safer idea, so that’s what we did. He was so nervous. While the nurse was drawing the blood from his arm, he was kind of wincing and covering his eyes with his hand and the nurse asked me if he was crying. I honestly didn’t know, but you could tell he was highly uncomfortable. When it was over I asked him how he felt and he squinted and said “Ah…dizzy…” and he held his head with his hands and then a second later he passed out. He just- I don’t even know how to describe it. It was like someone flipped a switch and turned him off. He just wasn’t there anymore and my heart started jackhammering. The nurse tilted his head back and told him not to lean forward but, he was totally knocked out. He looked like he was asleep, but it was different. It was scary. He woke up two minutes later and the nurse told him to stay seated on the chair until he felt okay. I brought him water and he said “Did I fall asleep?” and I was like yeah kind of… because I didn’t want to scare him by telling him he’d fainted. When I asked him if he was feeling any better he just said “Mm...” and kind of nodded. So my mom and I stepped outside for just a second so that we could sign him out of the hospital, and when we came back to the room, he was squinting and holding his head with his hands again. You could see the dizziness in his eyes, and the nurse told us that he’d passed out a second time while we were gone. We had to stay there for quite a while before he was even allowed to try and stand up. The nurse gave me this paper folder and told me to “fan him” with it because drawing blood raises your body temperature and makes you feel really hot, which I didn’t know. I actually thought it was the exact opposite, that drawing blood makes you feel really cold. Guess not. But eventually he was okay to stand up, and I was really nervous as we were walking out of the building. I was afraid that he’d pass out again and possibly hit his head and get a concussion, especially when we were crossing the parking lot, so I held on to his good arm all the way to the car and my mom got mad at us for moving so slow. We sat in the back seats and he was shaking a little but he said he felt alright. I asked my mom if we could stop somewhere and get food since my brother hadn’t anything all day (you’re not allowed to eat anything before taking certain blood tests, apparently) and she got mad, but she pulled into the grocery store’s parking lot and said that if I want to get food I can get out and buy it myself. I have no idea what her problem was. But I got out and bought food and this thing of Gatorade for my brother since one of the women at the hospital told me that it’s good to drink Gatorade after having blood drawn because it has electrolytes. But anyway, I think my brother's okay now. He says he doesn’t remember passing out at all. He says he only remembers hearing the nurse ask him to wake up, which is why he’d asked me if he’d fallen asleep. He was fine earlier but then he got tired and he’s been asleep for a few hours now. So depending on his blood results, he may have to get another six tubes drawn out next week and I hope that doesn’t happen because I don’t ever want to watch him pass out like that again.
I don't get brain freeze (you know, when you're eating ice cream too fast). Instead, the back of my throat hurts. I have no idea whether I'm alone with this or if this is the actual brain freeze and the people who named it just didn't know where the brain is.
I watched a scary show for days and now I'm scared to go to the restroom alone how embarrassing
How to deal with a short fused spouse? He’s so angry all the time and gets upset over the littlest things, it’s draining. He has diagnosed depression and bipolar disorder and I’ve used every drop of strength to be there for him. I don’t like giving up on people and I don’t want to but I feel stuck.
I got fired two days ago. I thought I'd be able to immediately apply for a different project in my company since it wasn't for attendance or misconduct issues. My manager told me when the next class for the other project started and didn't mention I'd have to wait. Turns out I have to wait three months to start at another project. I can reapply in about 2 months but the new hire class would have to start at least three months from now. I'm really stressing now. I was hoping if I didn't get a job somewhere else, at least I'd have this to fall back on. I'm nervous. It's been 2 years since I've had to worry about job applications and interviews. I'm still looking on the bright side, maybe I'll find somewhere even better than my last job.