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Alice.
Booktender, sloth, artist, seamstress, Libra, Very Tired, INTJ.

Where did you grow up?

Pennsylvania

Where do you live now?

From the looks of it, the 3rd circle.

What subjects did/do you enjoy most at school?

Anatomy, World History, Chemistry, Horticulture, French, German, Literature.

What's your favorite sport or sports?

Fencing, archery, badminton, gymnastics, bocce

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How is your New Year going so far?

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Personally, I've finally started to feel comfortable being a single adult, able to make my life what ever I'd like. It's up to me to keep truckin', but the friendships I've had more time to nurture (lost my job in Oct, which was a blow) really make a difference. I've missed being here.


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How is your New Year going so far?

Padre_J_Roulston wrote:
My only plans as of now, is to survive.

Hey, good to see you, Padre. I'm sorry it's such a bleak time. I hope things go as well as is possible. Maybe something will come-up soon that you can look forward to, even if it's a eclipse, an outdoor reprieve from the cold, or hearing a song on the radio that you haven't heard in a while.

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Everyone should read this article from Field & Stream magazine, whether you've experienced depression or not.

That was an excellent article. With few words the monster that is clinical depression was characterized quite well. I have depression and know that feeling of feeling like what ever bad happens to you is well deserved and to be expected. Treatment, reinforcing my inner circle with steel, and reflection have helped me reach an age I never really pictured myself getting to.

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How is your New Year going so far?

Helper wrote:
Also trying to survive here.
What's your previous job? I'm sorry to hear that you lost it :(

Ah, I see, hang-in there, man. May I ask if you see any signs of change on the horizon?

I worked in a bookstore. It was my last sort-of "home" left. Now I carry it within, and it's very hard.

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How is your New Year going so far?

Padre_J_Roulston wrote:
My only plans as of now, is to survive.

Hey, good to see you, Padre. I'm sorry it's such a bleak time. I hope things go as well as is possible. Maybe something will come-up soon that you can look forward to, even if it's a eclipse, an outdoor reprieve from the cold, or hearing a song on the radio that you haven't heard in a while.

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For those of you on mental health medication...

Oh, that's rough. I've been on medication for a little over 6yrs, and have still had the same anti-depressant. When I'm dragged downward from time-to-time, I benefit by changing-up some part of my daily life or routine.

Whether it's moving furniture, sleeping on a different end of the bed, starting some project I know I'll likely not finish, research an entirely new subject to the point of feeling an existential-shift within.

I'm glad you can get some assistance with this.

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Lano wrote:
And I'm sorry but something should have seemed fishy to you when they said that there was a secret plot to invent a disease and kill people and then sell the vaccine for it....so secret that they APPLIED FOR PUBLIC PATENTS.

Dude, my brain is about to lobotomize itself. Do you know how they decided to vaccinate against polio- they gace out vaccines to people for free (via sugar-cube for some). It's difficult to stimulate the state if no one can walk.

As for cost, that's always been the game with vaccines. When the US, UK, and some other folks find a better vaccine (one with fewer side-effects but better than the actual disease), then they sell it to someone else who either has nothing or has something crappier. Then those they sold it to, do the same when a newer vaccine is discovered. Fun.

The most infuriating this about these nonsensical conspiracy-theories is that they don't even make sense. Where's the effort? Just a waste of viable energy.

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This post is my safe place for holding onto bits im learning about the bible...

NacthoMan wrote:
i think .. no offense..

Shakespeare holds more truths to the ills and lights of humanity's reality..

only trouble is .. they're hard to read .. uggh

That was beautiful, man.

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