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the song crawling from linkin park speaks to me, the live version makes me tear up

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  • From what I recall, the word around rock circles when it came out was that it was about Meth withdrawal. He was going through a really rough time emotionally and probably wrote it when he was about 19 or 20. He had been molested as a kid and it stuck with him really bad in adulthood.

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Odio cuando la gente me dice que no te cuento cosas porque sé que solo te preocuparás, entiendo que solo intentan evitar que me preocupe, pero a veces duele mis sentimientos

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howwww To deal with a lack of motivation in what conserns studies. I really need ur help

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  • A couple of years of working retail will make that Stem degree seem really worthwhile. Imagine being yelled at by entitled Boomers for 8 hours for minimum wage and coming home to a trailer park. It is not fun.

  • Remember what you're doing it for. Then change the way you're studying. I could write you a goddamn book about that, but I won't, because there already are a lot. Go check them out, it will really help. Or YouTube videos if you're not the reading type

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So my coworkers are discussing their plans for winning the lottery and I'm the odd one. Woman says, "I'm gonna donate to the animal shelters." Man says, "I'm gonna buy all the cars and guns I always wanted." I'm all like, "I'm going to buy a pirate ship and a Blimp, combine them into an airship, and rule the air with my team of sky-pirates (or Skyrates for short)" I guess there are 2 kinds of people in the world.

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My mom is really sensitive, and dad tends to brush her off when she gets upset over "smaller" things. Sometimes it's something like dad not lifting a heavy suitcase into our car, instead leaving mom to do it, other times he says something obviously rude and still doesn't understand why she's hurt. Like all the times he comments on my mom having gained weight or that her breats sag. I want to tell him that she's fucking 54 and sagging is normal at that age and that she does exercise. But I'm too scared of him to do so, and mom seems to be too. When dad does something like what I've mentioned, she tells me or my sisters instead of dad because she assumes that he's going to get mad. I feel so bad for her but I don't know what to do besides listening to her vent. But am I going behind my dad's back by doing so? I once heard him telling mom that he's being "treated unfairly"... I really don't want to take sides, but somehow I think I already am. I can tell my mom and dad both have their share of issues - neither of them had an easy childhood. Mom goes to therapy - she also has depression, sadly - I feel like dad should try therapy too but I don't dare suggest that to him. I just want them to be happy and get along... But also, I have a selfish fear stemming from their relationship - I'm worried that my own future relationships will be like theirs. I'm as sensitive as mom and I feel like I shouldn't be because dad is gets so angry at her about it. And he's gotten mad at me about my own sensitivity a few times when I was a kid. What if my future husband will dislike my sensitivity, too? I don't know, I'm just worried for both them and myself. If you read this long-ass post, thank you very much.

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  • Your dad is an ass. My dad was like that.

  • Your dad definitely needs therapy and a lesson on anatomy. If your future husband dislikes your sensitivity then they shouldn't be your future husband. Your mother's sensitivity isn't the issue in her marriage. Who she's married to is.

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When a couple gets married or has children, I think it'd make sense for them to take the surname that is more rare. That's what I'd like to do anyway if I get married someday. (Unless the less common surname is something gross like "pimple". I'm not kidding, that word in my language is an actual surname.)

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  • Women don't legally have to take the husband's name, it's just tradition. The couple can take whichever name they like, or they can not change their names at all.

  • I have an extremely rare one and my wife thinks it is cool. It is ridiculously specific in ancient German referring to a forest by a very small tributary of the Reine river.

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checking phones in a relationship is it a problem??????

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  • I think so. Being in a relationship doesn't mean you aren't allowed to have privacy. You are still your own person with your own life. Your partner isn't entitled to all of your personal information. And you're not entitled to theirs. If you think they're cheating on you, confront them. Controlling someone by checking all of their accounts and messages and pictures is a form of abuse and manipulation.

  • Yes, it is a problem IMHO. I wouldn't be with someone who wants to peruse my phone. It is intimate, it is personal. No, I've never cheated, I don't keep "contacts" with other people. But I won't relinquish my privacy for a relationship.

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Just found out I have lung cancer. I've never been a smoker, I don't do drugs. I'm really angry and sad. And I don't know how to tell my wife, my parents, my brothers.

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  • I'm sorry :( Good luck, friend.

  • Sometimes it's genetic and can't be avoided. If you are Jewish and of the Cohen/Moses bloodline the genetic marker is actually a lung cancer gene.

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My boyfriend has a habit of burping all loud and gross. When I spoke to him about it he started burping louder. Pinche cabron.

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  • Do it to him as loud as you can in his face. It'll either teach him a lesson or be a funny story.

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I have had a chronic illness for about a year now and it made my life really bad. I was very close to losing my will to live. A few weeks ago, I tried a new therapy and it worked instantly. I was so unbelievably happy. Today, the symptoms came back full force. I don't know if it was because I stopped the therapy (you're supposed to take the pills for a month and then stop) or because it didn't actually work. My will to live already packed its suitcases. I either will have to live with this shit for the rest of my life, or will have to take pills for the rest of my life (apart from the inconvenience of that alone I also have to follow a diet while taking them), which both isn't good. I don't know how to handle it. I don't know if I want to handle it. It's so painful.

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  • Go to the doctor, tell them that you stopped the medicine. Maybe try again, but go the full month. Stopping a treatment midway through therapy is one of the biggest mistakes, and is one of the main reasons people don't get better in a lot of situations. Of course your case can be different, chronic illness are hard mofos to deal with. But maybe try again going the full length of the treatment.

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