Nooit meer alcohol drinken. Ik vind alcohol toch vies.🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 Follow me on: Twitch: kellykitties Instagram: KellyKitties / theragingkitties Facebook: KellyKitties - Kelly de Does / The Raging Kitties Snapchat: kellykitties Swarm: KellyKitties 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸
Había leído "explotar" y ya iba a decir que me junté con un pirómano cuando yo tenía dieciséis años y él trece que se dedicaba a quemar cosas, entre ellas contenedores, y una vez por la tarde él prendió uno frente a nuestro instituto echándole además alcohol, por lo que saltó una llamarada enorme que vieron desde el interior del instituto y nos tocó salir corriendo mientras yo le regañaba e insultaba a partes iguales. Aunque después he de reconocer que me reí, y que me gustó ese golpe de adrenalina.Otra vez en la misma dehesa donde me besó el bae en nuestra "primera cita", estando también con ese chaval a solas en una tarde-noche, fuimos al riachuelo que hay, que estaba con la nieve que quedaba y con una placa gruesa de hielo, por lo que se le ocurrió la idea de sacar su bote de alcohol y rociarlo, prendiendo papeles de periódico con el fuego de un mechero, y así se dibujo un pequeño camino de fuego, en el que acabaría con mi nombre. Me pareció mágico, algo hipnótico.Y esto me hace pensar en que si me hacen algún tipo de ceremonia cuando me vaya de este mundo, quiero que sea de la manera vikinga.
Fortunately not. The only thing I need to do is be more consistent and active with my routine. The foods alone don't necessarily make me feel worse unless I go days without doing any kind of activity. That's why it's best to always try and do something after you eat something heavy. Even a 15 minute walk is better than no walking at all. It may not seem like much, but you can totally feel it.
Take a time-out.Practice yoga, listen to music, meditate, get a massage, or learn relaxation techniques. Stepping back from the problem helps clear your head.Eat well-balanced meals.Do not skip any meals. Do keep healthful, energy-boosting snacks on hand.Limit alcohol and caffeine, which can aggravate anxiety and trigger panic attacks.Get enough sleep.When stressed, your body needs additional sleep and rest.Exercise dailyto help you feel good and maintain your health. Check out the fitness tips below.Take deep breaths. Inhale and exhale slowly.Count to 10 slowly. Repeat, and count to 20 if necessary.Do your best. Instead of aiming for perfection, which isn't possible, be proud of however close you get.Accept that you cannot control everything. Put your stress in perspective: Is it really as bad as you think?Welcome humor. A good laugh goes a long way.Maintain a positive attitude. Make an effort to replace negative thoughts with positive ones.Get involved.Volunteer or find another way to be active in your community, which creates a support network and gives you a break from everyday stress.Learn what triggers your anxiety.Is it work, family, school, or something else you can identify? Write in a journal when you’re feeling stressed or anxious, and look for a pattern.Talk to someone.Tell friends and family you’re feeling overwhelmed, and let them know how they can help you. Talk to a physician or therapist for professional help.
I'm not a party animal at all. I like good company but I'm not a fan of alcohol or loud music.🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 Follow me on: Twitch: kellykitties Instagram: KellyKitties / theragingkitties Facebook: KellyKitties - Kelly de Does / The Raging Kitties Snapchat: kellykitties Swarm: KellyKitties 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸
In 2015 I changed... I was extremely extroverted to introverted! Best lifestyle choice I ever made! No stress, no dealing with people who wanna drop others and me like a cold bag of sick! Love my new me! I've become more and more reclusive over time. I was born a total extrovert and very assertive. I also like the new me so much better. Tremendously, I’m changing daily and I’m proud of the person I’ve become, but there’s still a lot I need to work on when it comes to myself. I will always continue to change, because it means growth. Considering I was 15 at the time, I'd say I've changed loads. I now have a beard. Long hair. A car. I'm less chubby. I have a black belt in taekwondo. I am super good at more advanced maths. I'm pretty sure I hadn't even learnt about functions yet at the time. I have friends. I no longer have some kind of weird superiority complex. Those last two may go hand in hand. I am still a virgin, though, but baby steps. I've started making music. I'm a lot more independant, since I was forced to be after my dad died. I can cook, I can drive, I own a car. I have basically no respect for either of my parents anymore. I have more respect for my siblings. I can take responsibility for my actions and properly communicate when needed. I have a sense of identity and I’m learning to manage my trauma better. Though I’ve made improvement the journey doesn’t stop here. I’m working to improve myself everyday. I feel as though I have changed alot. When I was 18 I was an alcoholic who thought he was doomed to spend the rest if his life being miserable working in a factory. Alcohol was my biggest problem I would always embarrass myself worse than what I did the weekend before. I ruined so many friendships. Obsessed over a girl I never had a chance with (I still think about her a bit). I was basicly a disaster. Now I'm 22 I have quit drinking,I'm in a relationship and I went back to school this year to study human services and mental health and addiction. I'm super happy When I was 18, I was a liberal fundamentalist christian, and was weighing my options for my future, because I didn't think I would get into college, or ever have a romantic relationship with someone. I was taking my EMT-Basic in preparation for not getting into college, and was seriously considering just being a homeless traveler, hitchhiking around, working odd jobs where I could find them. I'm 26 now, I graduated college with a 3.8 GPA in a B.S. Criminal Justice degree, am currently working as a private investigator in the insurance field, am married to a wonderful, beautiful woman, have an even more awesome 1 year old daughter, and am now a small government conservative, and an atheist.
¿Sabes manejar prioridades? ¿Crees que sea necesario saber manejarlas? ¿Qué te dice esta imagen? https://ask.fm/TrollearNEF/answers/167908753073 ¿Crees que el de la imagen sabe establecer prioridades? Saludos a todos, en especial a los nuevos usuarios que agregué. :3
@TrollearNEF Cada quien tiene sus prioridades personales.A modo de ejemplo, para algunos es prioritario los principales rituales, son los llamados sādhana (práctica) que consiste en el seguimiento de los siguientes cuatro, principios regulativos, de purificación:No practicar sexo ilícito, relaciones sexuales extramatrimoniales y matrimoniales pero sin fines reproductivos.No intoxicarse, no embriagarse: no tomar café, té, alcohol, marihuana, etc.No comer carne, huevos ni pescado, tampoco cebolla, ajo u hongos ni ningún alimento fermentado.No participar en juegos de azar, ni especular o pensar detenidamente en algo fuera de temas relacionados con la doctrina.
I decided to give up alcohol back in June and, though I could go in depth about my tumultuous relationship with alcohol and the events that finally led to my realising that I needed to remove it from my life, that is a very long, very ugly story, and one I feel is best told some other time.For now, let's focus on the positives. My mental health and over-all wellbeing has improved greatly since I became sober. It feels as if I've gotten back in touch with some long-lost part of myself, the version of me that existed before I first touched alcohol, and I like this 'me' so much more than the 'me' who is a drinker. She is happier, less anxious, she sleeps better, and has more energy.To summarise, kicking the booze and going sober has allowed me to become a better version of myself.
Sometimes, I still trust too easily. Most times, I don't trust easily. Now, it depends on the situation and the person. I think trust is something that should come with time and those who expect it to be automatic have a lot to learn about patience and all. It's not life or death to me either way. I accept people (including myself) will screw up, and I just let them. I don't trust anyone but that doesn't mean I'm not reckless sometimes and simply don't care... I'm very wary of others. I am cautious at first. I've been lied to my whole life. If a person is dishonest I don't give them my trust. They have to stand for the things they say, I don't just listen to words because people can say so much but in the end they doesn't stand for the things they say. And you end up disapointed because you belived in that person. Easy. They ask, "Hey, think you could help me move this weekend, I'll provide the beer." Boom, I'm in. Really, if anybody is supplying the alcohol, I'll help them out. Moving, Painting, renovations, digging a hole for that hooker they "accidentally killed." I'm in so long as they provide a cold one before, during, or after said activity. I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you don't let my borrow money now, that’ll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you do, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will repay you. Yes. I think that people tend to tell me things because I am usually not too invested in whatever drama that's going on, so I can provide an objective viewpoint on whatever's going on without them worrying about me breaking their trust. However, I have a really hard time trusting people as well. It's like every time I let my guard down someone takes advantage of me, so I don't really bother trusting others anymore. I completely understand where you're coming from, it can get pretty frustrating. Before I trust a person to do a thing, I check over all the ways I know of that they could screw me or someone else over with, and the boundaries that would keep them from doing that. Then I evaluate whether I have a choice not to trust this person. And then I consider how they've acted in the past and if there's any reason why or implication that they would be untrustworthy. I also try not to trust someone to do a thing that they probably won't be able to do. I am quite brash and straightforward. Because I say things that many people would not, others view this as a type of honesty. Truth to be told, I am pretty trustworthy. For one I've no interest in petty gossip, but aide from that, like you said, there's no reason to not let this person trust me, it may pay out a dividend someday.
Uff, tengo mil, ya he contado varias graciosas por aquí. Déjame pensar en una que no haya contado... Se me viene a la mente una vez que dije una frase muy de flipada (que yo por supuesto no la recuerdo pero me la contó mi amigo al día siguiente), y es que me fue a presentar a un colega suyo con el que quería que yo me liara, y después de presentármelo me preguntó "¿te cunde?, te liarías con él?" y voy yo, agarro mi copa en plan diva, miro al chaval de arriba a abajo y a continuación miro a mi amigo y le contesto: "tendría que beber más" JAJAJAJAJAJA fui malísima, no era yo lo juro, me poseyó el espiritu del alcohol😂😂
Ik vind wijn sowieso vies. Ik denk, als ik moet kiezen, zoete wijn? En dan hopelijk zo zoet, dat je de alcohol niet meer proeft.🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 Follow me on: Twitch: kellykitties Instagram: KellyKitties / theragingkitties Facebook: KellyKitties - Kelly de Does / The Raging Kitties Snapchat: kellykitties Swarm: KellyKitties 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸
No, para nada en absoluto. Soy de las que piensan eso precisamente: que no se necesita beber hasta emborracharse para pasárselo bien. Yo de las pocas veces que he salido de fiesta no he bebido y me lo he pasado bien. Creo que una cosa no tiene por qué complementar a la otra. ¿Que una persona se emborracha a lo heavy? Vale, no pasa nada, pero yo no lo voy a hacer por mucho que me digan: “Bebe” o cosas del estilo o porque tenga que beber porque sí por “incluirme” en un grupo en el que se beba. Sé decir “NO” de sobra, y eso es una gran ventaja.
Building with Lego... but I’m 60 and retired with some disposable income so I just indulge myself. Storage of finished projects is becoming a problem. My 80 year old neighbor comes over for wine and Lego night once a week and we have an ongoing storyline that involves most of my builds, so I can’t take them apart. Smoking fucking sucks. I started smoking maybe 8 years ago because I was at an all time low in my life and it helped relieve the stress; I was only smoking about 2 packs a month then. It slowly built up, and eventually I switched to vaping. I was off cigs and at a low nic% for 2 years, but one day, for some reason, I bought a pack of cigs at a gas station. I lit one up and it was absolutely disgusting, but after a couple of them I was completely hooked again. These days I'm up to around a pack a day. I quit drinking about 10 months ago (I had bad alcoholism), so my current excuse is that I'm smoking because it helps keep me away from alcohol. That does have a lot of merit, but it's still a stupid excuse. This stupid habit also costs me around $200 a month. I can afford it, but it's such a massive waste of money for something that kills your lungs. It's even more stupid because I'm currently watching my dad die from emphysema due to 50 years of smoking; he can't even wear shoes with laces because tying them runs him out of breath for a solid 10 minutes. I'm debating trying something like Chantix. It does have some serious risks such as increased desire for suicide, but that drug completely ceased my dad's desire to smoke after smoking 2 packs a day for 50 years. I have dental issues from the amount of soda I was drinking and while I can't afford to fix them right now, I will be able to some day and I 1: Don't want to waste money on soda/energy drinks that I could be spending on dental care and 2: When I can afford to get my teeth worked on, I don't want to loose them to my soda addiction. Soda and energy drinks were, for me, a response to depression and other issues and getting help for depression will go a long way in keeping me from going back to soda. I have some loose leaf tea laying around and it's helping me get through the day when I need something with flavor at the end of a long 12 hour work day but really, I don't want to waste a bunch of money on tea either so I'll use it to help break my habit then drink nothing but water. Coffee. I'm sure a lot of people have this addiction, but if I don't have a cup of coffee before 10am, I get horrendous headaches, my mind becomes really foggy and I can't concentrate on anything. I want to replace it with something like orange juice but trying to make the switch, especially when I have a lot of assignments to do and work makes it super hard. Probably food, unhealthy food in particular. I go through periods where I'm really good at eating well and exercising but between being busy, tired, and lazy I end up falling into bad habits sooner or later.
Para nada. Ocurre que no saben disfrutar de un día en el campo, descubriendo y aprendiendo de la naturaleza.Si por la noche vas a una discoteca, puedes ir simplemente a bailar con la música, a disfrutar del ambiente. O puedes ir a un pub tranquilo sin necesidad de alcoholizarte, y hacer amigos. O hasta puede que se te acerque alguna mujer interesante.
The bartender at this place I go to created a drink called a Lady Jane. He infuses gin with Earl Grey tea, adds a lavender simple syrup and some lemon stuff. Shakes it with an egg white. It's really good and pretty unique. Guava juice (the thick pink kind). mango agua fresca. as for alcohol, my go-to is a bourbon ginger ale or caipirinha, BUT my favorites are mixed by someone more talented. the best ever has been Makers Mark with pear, ginger, molasses, and green tea. Second is a yuzu highball (with good Japanese whiskey or scotch). Soft drinks and whatnot, Coke Zero or ice cold Diet Pepsi depending on how much of the other I've drank recently. Alcoholic drinks, Moscow Mule or dark rum for a kind of funny reason. Before I ever had a chance to drink I decided I wasn't going to be a cringey kid choking down a bud lite when the opportunity presented itself, I decided that I'd be a suave James Bond esque drinker with a refined palate and a firm understanding of 'real drinks.' So I arbitrarily decided that I like dark rum because Jack Sparrow was cool and Moscow Mules because I googled a list of cocktails for ideas and thought the copper mug was neat. I was a diet coke junkie for like 30 years (think 10 or so cans a day). When I needed to have stomach surgery (hiatal hernia) I was advised not to drink carbonated beverages, and to drink a warm beverage whenever I was eating. So, I switched to green tea. Fast forward a year, and my blood pressure had dropped so low (89/54) that I was able to phase off my BP medication for good. Honest Tea brand honey green tea. It's my favorite bottled tea ever-- has a murky sweetness that isn't cloying, and sometimes it almost tastes a little smoky to me. But mostly it reminds me of my summer after high school, when I was working on a farm in my hometown. I'd get a bottle of that tea after sweating all day in the scorching sun and it would be so cold and refreshing, and I'd just melt into my desk chair in my stifling room upstairs without a care in the world. Drinking it kind of brings me back to that moment of bliss. Whiskey. I’m very underage by like 7 years- and I didn’t do it to “look cool” it was only my family around. But I like the burning at the back of the throat. If it wasn’t alcohol, I’ll have to go with coffee since it helps me focus at school. Not gonna pick. I always have something handy. Coffee in the morning, water in the day, green tea in the afternoon. For a fun change (we don't drink soda at our house), a splurge on Cherry Limeades from Sonic on the odd weekend. Shaken vodka gibson (martini with onions instead of olives), preferably Grey Goose or Chopin, but otherwise whatever's in the well. The best way to make it is to fill the shaker with vodka, walk across the room, think "vermouth" in its general direction (not too hard), shake and serve. Really brut champagne and almost any Irish whiskey as well.