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(((Minxy))) I'm so sad that this woman is causing you such pain. Is there any way you could move out or make her move out? I'm very worried about you. She's treating you like crap, and you deserve better.
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Nah, I've watched it and he's still not easy on the eyes.
I doubt it.

And the dog is having surgery today..... so its all my fault that I'm "doing this" to the dog.

"Doing this" btw is getting out of the car and finishing at the gas pump. Somehow I "do it with no self respect". WTF?!?!?!? So she says nasty things to the dog (who was getting her pre-surgery blood tests done) as I'm finishing with the gas. I get in and there is a problem. And supposedly the problem is with how I proceed to have an attitude.

I hate fighting with her. I hate that it is my fault. I hate that I can't get her to understand that the fight doesn't happen when I get in. It started when she chose how to express her thoughts about something. Instead of asking me and talking to me with respect.

How can someone seriously have no respect for themselves in how they finish at the gas pump? All I did was exit the car, walk two-three steps to the pump, pull it out and place it on the island. At this point I can already hear her inside the car mouthing off.

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Holy cow... I'm not sure about anywhere else, but all of the trees in my yard are dropping acorns at ALARMING rates of speed! They keep hitting the deck and I swear they're doing some damage!

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And it will steal your innocence
But it will not steal your substance
But you are not alone in this"

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Very interesting read. I like the way it was broken down. They really should officially define categories, or types, for this behavior.

I've seen little ones hurt animals by accident, or not understand their own force, experiment, etc. I've known some kids who unfortunately took out frustrations on animals after abuse. It is incredibly sad.

The girl I know would absolutely fall in the red flag category, even though she is still in a younger age range. She takes pleasure in shooting her step brother (who lives with my brother and sister in law due to both his parents losing custody for neglecting him) with a BB gun. That was her 4th birthday present, and the last thing that child needs. She really does enjoy inflicting pain on people and pets. I do not know her mom well, at all. I've only seen her a handful of times. We do not mesh well because I will tell her daughter to calm down if she is acting out/violent in my or my parents house. She doesn't like that so she normally does not come to my house when her husband visits. Thankfully, thats rare. I do not know her biological father. She was already ruthless at 3, when I met her. I just know her step dad is not very present, in any way, and has horrible taste in women. I wouldn't doubt she has seen some things. I have heard that both her biological parents have horrible tempers and love to fight.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
A BB gun @ age 4, coupled with the behavior she has already displayed, pretty much ensures a violence filled future. She probably will be the one inflicting the violence.
Originally Posted by juanab
Absolutely. That blew my mind. She was jumping on people and pulling their hair out the first time my family met her. I was taking pictures of my oldest nephews and the next thing I know this she devil was on their shoulders scratching, kicking, hitting and ripping. It was quite the introduction. I have a picture of it. You see jet black hair, red eyes, and a incredibly angry little face. That's where all my Omen references started. I knew things would only get worse when they got her the BB gun. I'm glad her step brother no longer sees her often. He was a sad and nervous little wreck before she came along. Wouldn't eat in front of people, would only eat bread and occasionally peanut butter. Her torture was the last thing he needed.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
I hope she receives professional intervention before it is too late.

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Ever feel like you give so much of yourself, and people just take and take until there's nothing left, don't care a bit about everything you've already given, but instead get mad bc there is nothing left to give?

Yeah, having THAT day. It's been a ridiculously hard 2-3 weeks.

I keep thinking of Eleanor Roosevelt's quote "Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't."

And of the poem "Do it Anyway" - if you don't know it, google it now! There are two versions.
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Ever feel like you give so much of yourself, and people just take and take until there's nothing left, don't care a bit about everything you've already given, but instead get mad bc there is nothing left to give?

Yeah, having THAT day. It's been a ridiculously hard 2-3 weeks.

I keep thinking of Eleanor Roosevelt's quote "Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't."

And of the poem "Do it Anyway" - if you don't know it, google it now! There are two versions.
Originally Posted by Jas76
Jas, just remember if you give too much of yourself you aren't any good to anyone, including you.

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Hurray!

The poodle has emerged from self-imposed isolation in the bathroom.

This makes me happy.

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(((Minxy))) I'm so sad that this woman is causing you such pain. Is there any way you could move out or make her move out? I'm very worried about you. She's treating you like crap, and you deserve better.
Originally Posted by nynaeve77
I was just thinking these exact thoughts. It sounds like such an unhealthy environment and you deserve much more!!!
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People have been really bugging me lately (shocking, I know). It seems like everywhere I am/stand, somebody has no problem just going right in front of me, no matter where I am or the line I'm in. They just walk right in front of me! I'm selecting produce, they go in front of me, I'm in line to sign my kids out if school, they just go right in front of me. I never say a word, but in my head I'm all, wth?!

So today in the grocery store I get to the checkout line the same time as this older gentleman. He had less in his cart than I, so I told him to go ahead of me. When he went to leave, he turned around and gave me a very honest thank you. It was nice. It only takes a minute to be nice to someone.

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Last month I was homicidal. This month I have zero PMS. Huh.

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OMG!

I just remembered I dreamed I spent some time with the Honey Boo Boo clan.

And you know, they weren't that bad.

I have never watched the show.

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So apparently one of my neighbors got a rooster. ASK ME HOW I KNOW THIS!
Originally Posted by legends
I have a hillbilly neighbor who had one as well. The 4 am wake-up calls were a beeotch.
Originally Posted by curlysue21
The weird thing is that I'm normally a very heavy sleeper. I once slept through a 2 am water main repair that woke up everyone on my block; I once slept through a carbon monoxide alarm, and my sister had to slap me several times to wake me (I was fine, the CO never made it to that part of the house); there's a picture of me out there taken when I was a teen, asleep, with two friends jumping on my bed. I don't sleep, I die, is what I'm telling you.

But a f'ing rooster...that is what wakes me.
Eres o te haces?
Ever feel like you give so much of yourself, and people just take and take until there's nothing left, don't care a bit about everything you've already given, but instead get mad bc there is nothing left to give?

Yeah, having THAT day. It's been a ridiculously hard 2-3 weeks.

I keep thinking of Eleanor Roosevelt's quote "Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't."

And of the poem "Do it Anyway" - if you don't know it, google it now! There are two versions.
Originally Posted by Jas76
Jas, just remember if you give too much of yourself you aren't any good to anyone, including you.
Originally Posted by juanab
Thanks. I needed that reminder.

And I need to realize no matter how fair I try to be or actually am, how hard I try to make everyone happy, some people will still think I am a jerk. Because it's what they want to believe.

(having work troubles, if you couldn't tell.)
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Lo-poo - Renpure Keratin, SMR, Giovanni SaS
clarifying - mix Johnson's H2T with low poo
Co-wash - Suave Nats. clar. or coco.
RO - GVPCB, Ion Eff. Care, TN.
LI - SMR, Cure Care, or RO
Seal - MO or Jojoba
DT - + honey, ACV, & EVOO to SM masque & GVPCB
PT - Gelatin!, CNPF
Styling - FSG, AIF, BRHG, LALS/PS, GF curl spray gel, SM Souffle/Smoothie, LOOB
Oils - MO!, EVOO, jojoba, GSO, SM Elixer, EVCO, VO5 Hairdressing
Ever feel like you give so much of yourself, and people just take and take until there's nothing left, don't care a bit about everything you've already given, but instead get mad bc there is nothing left to give?

Yeah, having THAT day. It's been a ridiculously hard 2-3 weeks.

I keep thinking of Eleanor Roosevelt's quote "Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't."

And of the poem "Do it Anyway" - if you don't know it, google it now! There are two versions.
Originally Posted by Jas76
Jas, just remember if you give too much of yourself you aren't any good to anyone, including you.
Originally Posted by juanab
Thanks. I needed that reminder.

And I need to realize no matter how fair I try to be or actually am, how hard I try to make everyone happy, some people will still think I am a jerk. Because it's what they want to believe.

(having work troubles, if you couldn't tell.)
Originally Posted by Jas76
You know they are going to believe what they want to believe, no matter what you do. Eleanor Roosevelt was right.

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I had no idea what is considered 'fat' varies so much. Hmm. I'm thinking of doing a public health course of some sort focusing on obesity. It's an interesting subject.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
I had no idea what is considered 'fat' varies so much. Hmm. I'm thinking of doing a public health course of some sort focusing on obesity. It's an interesting subject.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
It's mostly social. What one community considers normal another considers fat.

Clinically, it's strictly defined by BMI (which is kind of bs, since BMI was designed to study populations and it's pretty much useless in determining the health of individuals). I forget the corresponding numbers, but what's considered "officially" obese, for example, is actually much smaller than most of us would think. That anchor could very well be obese by clinical standards.
Eres o te haces?
Interesting. I'n definately going to look into the educational courses though. I need to do continuing professional development for work so I'm going to do it for the that too.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
I forget the corresponding numbers, but what's considered "officially" obese, for example, is actually much smaller than most of us would think. That anchor could very well be obese by clinical standards.
Originally Posted by legends
it was also lowered literally overnight by the stroke of a pen about 15 years ago after intense lobbying by the diet industry.

a 5 foot 4 inch woman is considered to be at the high end of "normal" at 140 pounds, veering into overweight at 145 pounds and obese at 174 pounds.

this doesn't take into consideration age, bone density or body fat composition.
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I forget the corresponding numbers, but what's considered "officially" obese, for example, is actually much smaller than most of us would think. That anchor could very well be obese by clinical standards.
Originally Posted by legends
it was also lowered literally overnight by the stroke of a pen about 15 years ago after intense lobbying by the diet industry.

a 5 foot 4 inch woman is considered to be at the high end of "normal" at 140 pounds, veering into overweight at 145 pounds and obese at 174 pounds.

this doesn't take into consideration age, bone density or body fat composition.
Originally Posted by rouquinne
Really? What was the benefit to the diet industry other than money? Was it to make more people think they're overweight?

BMI should be used with a bucket of salt. Waist measurement is considered more accurate, and just looking at someone. This has no bearing on their health, I just mean a persons overall size.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
I forget the corresponding numbers, but what's considered "officially" obese, for example, is actually much smaller than most of us would think. That anchor could very well be obese by clinical standards.
Originally Posted by legends
it was also lowered literally overnight by the stroke of a pen about 15 years ago after intense lobbying by the diet industry.

a 5 foot 4 inch woman is considered to be at the high end of "normal" at 140 pounds, veering into overweight at 145 pounds and obese at 174 pounds.

this doesn't take into consideration age, bone density or body fat composition.
Originally Posted by rouquinne
Really? What was the benefit to the diet industry other than money? Was it to make more people think they're overweight?

BMI should be used with a bucket of salt. Waist measurement is considered more accurate, and just looking at someone. This has no bearing on their health, I just mean a persons overall size.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
The more people who feel they are overweight, the more people there will be to seek a weight loss solution.

More "overweight" people = more $$$$

It is that simple.

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