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People seriously need to stop being so concerned about your life. If you want to share things about yourself on here - THATS WHAT THIS SITE IS MADE FOR. Its a personal platform. & if people have a problem with that, they should probably leave this platform.

ass4lyfe’s Profile PhotoLady Boometh
that’s what i’m been trying to say lmao. just cus some “anon” asked about your opinion doesn’t mean it needs to be said. and if nobody is paying for the live i life they shouldn’t be worried either . but anons and others will always be like that lmao. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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Akela feel hota bohat 😔jesy har traf preshaniyan hon I can understand why I am worried

Fari112’s Profile PhotoFari112
Dekho..
Srf Allah sy share kr lenaa complete ni. Allah sy share krnaa or ye eemaan rkhnaa ky yes ab mera masla solve ho gya hai. Is andhyy yaqeen ky bad sakoon ki dolat naseeb houti.
Jo log share ker ky be pareshan houty wo isi liye k uny yaqeen ni houta completely. They want 💯 results bht jaldi. Aesa ni houta Patience and trust is the key

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Ngủ muộn thế nhở, tưởng ngủ rồi cơ lại còn /chọc chọc/ nữa 🙄🙄. Ngủ ngoan đi nào!

HUPA7K72’s Profile PhotoLet's Smile!!!
Đêm tốt lành, Smile!
=)) Vì cậu ngủ muộn mới biết mình thức muộn đó. À đợi cậu tháng này có bài viết nào đó trước 00.00, mình sẽ đưa coins kỷ niệm ngày ngủ sớm. Hihi!
Hôm nay một người bạn học y share cho mình bài viết đại khái là tác hại của việc lâu không ra khỏi nhà.(´⊙ω⊙`)
Với tư cách là một trạch nữ quý trọng đôi mắt, vì mọi người nói cả mặt mình chỉ được mỗi đôi mắt thôi ý (nhưng thề nó bây giờ vừa loạn vừa nhược :(( ) mình dạo này phải tự xách ghế, cầm sách lên tầng thượng phơi phơi bản thân. Hy vọng ông mặt trời cùng vài tia nắng giúp đảm bảo mình trao đổi chất một xíu. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Nhưng trời nóng thiệt sự luôn. Việc rời xa em quạt làm mình đấu tranh tư tưởng lâu ơi là lâu.
Nay lại chuẩn bị qua ngày mới rồi. Lảm nhảm vầy thôi Smile ạ, ngủ đây nè 乁[ ◕ ᴥ ◕ ]ㄏ Chúc cậu ngủ ngon.

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Ngủ muộn thế nhở tưởng ngủ rồi cơ lại còn chọc chọc nữa  Ngủ ngoan đi nào

How do you stay focused when working from home?

Because I track my own time (not imposed by my employer and I definitely do not share it with them), I have some measure of "productivity". I have data to help against any accusations about "not working hard enough" when I am at home. I have no reason to second guess myself either because I have the data. I also know which times of the day I am productive, and at which time I slow down or when I tend to cause more work for myself. I can know how much time I spend doing ancillary things that not part of my profession but are part of my job (e.g. interviewing, workplace socialization, training, traveling, mentoring, paperwork, company specific skills, random questions, investigating new or different business directions). Much of this non-professional work does not feel productive to me and so I track it to make sure I know if it is increasing while trying to find ways to decrease it. After this I set either a goal or a time limit (say an hour or 45 minutes depending on the task at hand). After I reach my little goal I reward myself with a 5-10 minutes break. Usually stretching, reading or even playing a little something on my Switch is the kind of things I do. Going into the office and all the distractions easily wastes 3 hours sometimes more, making most of my days in the office a minimum of 10 hours after which I am worn out and usually have to work from home the next day to try to recuperate (today was normal, 10 hours 8 minutes). It's no fun trying to put out a fire while someone two feet away from you is having a debate which flavor of some candy is the best for 20 minutes. For me, I am more relaxed and more productive when I have everything I need within a few steps to a short walk. It's really nice to have the entire fridge available to me any time of the day while working, or be able to go outside and walk around where I live, which is much nicer than most office locations (dense downtown areas, or office parks).
I also want to encourage you to be kind to yourself and practice. When you recognize that you’ve gotten distracted, acknowledge it, forgive yourself, and go back to focusing. On the other side, practice staying focused. Check the time when you start and then again when you notice your mind start to wander. Set up a timer (quietly) during class and see if you can stay on task for 1 minute, then 2, 5, 10, etc. Work on your environment as well. If things outside make your mind wander, relocate away from the window. If you check your phone a thousand times each class, leave it in the other room. Close your email/notifications/whatever during class.
Down a cup of coffee, or some other strong caffeine (don't dawdle, you want it in your stomach before it kicks in). Then take a nap immediately. The coffee takes about 20 minutes to get absorbed and take effect, then it'll naturally wake you up (or you can set an alarm).

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Was tust du, um dichabzureagieren?

TicktackDarlings’s Profile PhotoQuestions from DeVil
SLEEPING! :D
These two hooligans have actually managed to sleep trough the night for a week straight! Ew, WHAT? Incredible. (this is after Ave waking up 4-5 times and Mac coming into our bedroom for water, potty *boredom* XD etc EVERY night) Feeling so energized I don't eben know what to do with myself!😱🙌🏼
Well, Pancake breakfast everyone? 😂 *could be jinxing my luck with this post XD* I wish I could share this energy with everyone cause I've got a feeling many moms are too tired to function. Yea I know the struggle well. But I'm living proof that there are may just be a light at the end of the sleepless tunnel. 💫
#momlife
w/ @King_of_Bristol

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Was tust du um dichabzureagieren

What do you usually look for on a date?

Cyra0815’s Profile PhotoCandice
I wasn't attracted to my boyfriend at all when I first met him. Yeah, he was nice, but his looks kept me from actively dating him. But as the year progressed, I noticed how genuine he was and I was amazed at the fact that he never tried to pursue me. He did ask, but after I politely declined, he backed off and respected my decision. We continued being friends. I realized how much I liked who he was as a person and ended up falling for him. This is the first time that's happened to me and I'm still with him 2 years later.
The examples you gave don't really shout "date" to me, since I do all three with friends regularly. For me, a date is a one-on-one meeting with someone with the express purpose to explore romantic attachment. If I ask someone out, I typically use the word date when I ask to avoid confusion. Before I did that, I went on too many "Oh, I thought you just meant as friends" dates that just left everyone feeling awkward.
For all the people who say that it has to be "explicitly stated" for it to be a date, I'd really like an example of how that conversation goes. In my 40s, I've gone out with my share of women and have never had to specify if it was a date or not. It's one of those unspoken understandings either way. If there's a consideration of anything romantic or sexual that could result from your time together, and if both parties are aware of that, it's a date. Not that calling it one thing or another really matters much anyway. If you're going out and spending time with people you're interested in, be happy, have fun and don't worry about putting labels on the time.
I have learned the hard way then when you are on something that you consider a date that you should mention at some time that you consider this to be a date. After I adopted this policy I found that it is very beneficial to be on the same page as the person you are out with. This keeps you from wasting time taking out women who might not have thought they were on a date and that you were just being friendly or something like that. Being explicit keeps your time from being wasted and also lets them know how you feel about them. I am usually lighthearted but honest. I like to see how things go. I don't expect to know how I feel 't about someone right away and I like to let things develop without jumping in too fast or setting up expectations. What I want in a partner is what I want in a good friend. I need someone I can have a good conversation with, someone with whom I can laugh with and share my interests, passions, and insecurities. I want someone I find interesting and who finds me interesting. Someone with a sense of humor. That's a huge one to me. I love sarcasm and honestly, asshole kind of guys make me happy. I like being around someone who is ok with being made fun of and making fun of me.

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Share something that's made you happy today! I'll start - I posted the final divorce papers today 😁

Congratulations on the beginning of your new life. I wish you all the success, love, and positivity possible. This is a very special time in your life. Remember to enjoy every minute. May God bless your future, and keep you safe always. 🙏
Something that has made me happy today? Reading your question. Thank you for sharing your positive message with us. I truly mean that. 🌸

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Share something that's made you happy today! I'll start - I posted the final divorce papers today 😁

EmzLiv’s Profile PhotoEmzLiv
Waking up in a good mood. It's something small, yet profound since it already gets my day off to a good start. It helps that the Sun's shining also. Put those two together and you get a good start to a Friday morning - which has so far translated into a nice afternoon/evening.

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Should I stay with a man who is not loyal to me but promises to change?

You should do what you think is right in this situation. Not what your heart says but what's right,even if you heart doesn't accept it.
As for me, if I were you then I wouldn't stay with any man who disrespects my feelings like that.
Promising to change? Well what made him take this step in the first place? Did he not know the consequences and that it'd hurt you? Actions speak louder than words.
But every situation is different, these rules may not apply to your situation so if there are any details you want to share then feel free.

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I can’t wait to meet one day my soulmate! I’m done if immature boys with no ambitions and who are fuckboys!!

Finding your soulmate is the greatest gift we can ever experience in this world. I believe it is a gift from above to reward us for being kind, considerate, caring human beings.
Our soulmate is out there for each and every one of us. We must trust that is true. We are meant to find that one special person who we share our lives, our love, our dreams, our joys, and yes our sorrows with. It is the person we share our soul with.
That person is out there for all of us and one day Fate, Karma, and Divine Intervention will tap us on the shoulder and say…
“Here is your soulmate. Share your life with them. Love and protect them. Make them smile. Make them laugh. Comfort them in troubling times. Make them believe without a doubt you will always be there for them no matter what. Love them unconditionally long past the end of time. You are both ready. Here is your Soulmate. Enjoy Life to the fullest.”
❤️❤️

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Do you have a favorite salad? Share a recipe. 🌚

confeshionbiz’s Profile Photoconfeshionbiz
Ingredients
6 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 cup minced fresh cilantro
1/4 cup orange juice
1/4 cup white or regular balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons honey
1 garlic clove, minced
1/2 teaspoon Sriracha chili sauce
2 large apples, cut into 1/2-inch wedges
1 package (5 ounces) spring mix salad greens
1 cup walnut halves, toasted
1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese
Directions
For dressing, whisk together first 8 ingredients. In a bowl, toss apples with 1/4 cup dressing. Let stand 10 minutes.
Place apple slices on a grill rack over medium heat; reserve marinade left in bowl. Grill apples, covered, until tender and lightly browned, 3-4 minutes per side, brushing with reserved marinade.
To serve, toss greens with remaining dressing. Top with grilled apples, walnuts and cheese.
Nutrition Facts
1 serving: 341 calories, 28g fat (5g saturated fat), 8mg cholesterol, 360mg sodium, 22g carbohydrate (16g sugars, 3g fiber), 6g protein.
Consensus? YUM-YUM-YUMMY!!!

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Do you have a favorite salad Share a recipe

Can you share some advice on how to live thru this pain of loss? On how to move forward?

How to move on:
1) Cry.
2) Are you done? If yes, proceed to #3. If not, go back to #1.
3) Do you still feel like crying? If yes, go back to #1, if not, proceed to #4.
4) Are you ready to see what else is outside your failed relationship? If yes, proceed to #5. If not, go back to #1.
5) See what else is out there. This should take forever.
6) Why are you in #6? Once you're in #5 you no longer need this list.
P.S. There are no shortcuts.

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Apna kia hua recent blunder share kren. Hasna hai mene I'm sad.

i feel so so so so weird and trapped rn in my thoughts theres something going on and i am not good at situations like these and i hate drama but i somehow got involved and i feel really bad like a clown or idk i mean i shouldn’t have said certain things i said but i did and idk how to deal with it. ask no more

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I'm depressed and can't seem to find peace anywhere. I've been trying to figure out what's wrong with me for quite some time. I'd appreciate it if anyone could give me some decent advice about how to deal with my depression?

semar_e’s Profile PhotoSemar
Give urself time and some space, know urself... Cause u know eventually u have to face the problems so it depends on u whether u do it with courage or u do it in fear and depression. Get a hold of urself and I would advice u to pray to Allah even if you're muslim or not cause He listens to everyone's prayer... Hope u get well soon. Feel free to talk to me... I know we both don't know each other but still telling u that u can do it and u can share if u want to❤

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