Where did you grow up?
Where do you live now?
What is the highest level of education you have attained?
What subjects did/do you enjoy most at school?
What's your favorite sport or sports?
Rugby, F1, UFC
What kind of jobs have you held? Industries too!
Web design, retail, internet sales, dog training, accounting, marketing
What hobbies are you into?
Crafts - cricuts, crochet, jewelry, furniture restoration, cake decorating, ghost hunting
What causes are you concerned about today?
Animal welfare, global warming, global politics
If you claim a political party affiliation, which is it?
Can't trust any of them
Which religion (if any) do you follow?
Still figuring it out
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None of my family are drinking at Christmas.written () ago
Which sucks. Because I need to be wasted to get through the day.
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OMG I just want to close the post
I got what I wanted.written () ago
A puppy. And it’s hard work. But I feel like I can’t talk about it and ask for support because it’s what I wanted. I’m not supposed to think it’s hard.
how do i post photos here?written () ago
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhwritten () ago
so the puppy that i was supposed to get on weds has a hernia.... which for a normal dog would be fine but i want to compete.
No need, I'm here.
There's a couple of things you can do, pet remedy is fab if you can get your hands on it, it will relax her a little bit. or adaptil work well too. just spray it on you, or her blankets.
If you have a thunder shirt or something similar you can wrap her up in that if she will allow it.
pop a blanket over her crate so its cozy for her (assuming its not too hot where you are)
Other than that I would suggest stop fussing! put some treats outside her crate and Just ignore her, let her work up the courage to come out by herself and when she does she will be rewarded with the treats. Its always best to let a nervous dog come to you, and they sure do in no time. Just allow her to explore her new friends slowly and on her terms.- written - voted for by BIG.AL.ONE, Araz
Dont give up.
Prehaps you need to deliver your advice in a different way. I have experienced depression and to be honest, people telling me I need to do this or that and take responsibility does not help me in the slightest.
Interestingly, I find in dog training too, how I teach people changes from client to client. Some need to be told, some need to be shown, some need to do. I have to change how I deliver the message for it to be heard and have effect in the best way possible.- written - voted for by BIG.AL.ONE, soco
@BIG.AL.ONE I’m not a fan of mainstream TV anymore either. I usually binge watch recommendations on Netflix or HBO and love watching movies.
I listen to 70s/80s music mostly but am familiar with current music because that is what my friends/family listen to. At home and in the car, though, I prefer those decades.
My laptop broke a few months ago and I haven’t gotten around to replacing it. I use my (older) iPhone for everything. Unfortunately, I need my phone for real estate. It has an app to let me into homes to show them and I need it to contact my clients. I wish I didn’t have to be so plugged into my texts/calls all of the time. I check this site, texts, & calls on it but that’s it.
Social media enslavement is 100% voluntary. It gives you a false sense of connection when they like/comment on things you post. I’m totally done with Facebook.
Good for you. Im sure it will do you the world of good to be offline for a while. Make sure your taking care of yourself and making time for hubby too!- written
Wooo New England still in it. Come on!!!!!!- written
This is something I have struggled with all my life. To the point that I obsessed over someones sarcastic 'you're welcome' comment a few days ago that is still niggling me.
I seem to fluctuate between not caring and caring too much. I think its just something you need to consciously recognise those thoughts and change them to something better.
I am forcing my self to do scary things at the minute, everytime I get a 'you're not good enough' thought, I recognise it, change it, and continue down the path of extreme fear but chasing my dreams. I hope you can get there too.
P.S Gary Vaynerchuk has some amazing videos on youtube that might help you, alot of them are businessy but he is very much in the 'dont give a f' game.- written
Simple option really is to just increase the rents on your properties.- written
haha, I read the veet reviews by men some years back, they are all hilarious- written
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