Sophist wrote:What about sponsors?
yessuh wrote:Sophist wrote:What about sponsors?
I am looking into cancelling a deal with "Turkey Twizzlers". I used to think that they were just fancy things made from turkeys, but now I see that they are actually made exclusively from stimming turkeys. Talk about persecution.
adhocisadirtyword wrote:There are times I feel guilty for not being more disabled by it. I know that sounds weird, but yeah...
And then there are times I remember why I have the dx.
beware_the_sluagh wrote:Noc, I don't think you should HAVE to write a case study if you don't want to. So don't make yourself if it's an unpleasant or boring task. Do something fun instead
What else was I going to say... Oh yes, that other people often seem more interesting, because you only get to see a little bit of their life. Not the eating, and sleeping, and paying bills. One often doesn't see the sadness, boredom or other negative emotions, especially mild ones. So if someone has things in their life that others like, desire or aspire to then people will think they're interesting and have great lives. If what they value - going to the pub for example, is not present in your life, they will think you're boooooooooriiiiinng!!
My sister thinks I'm totally boring because I never go out to parties, etc, or socialise. I think she's boring because she only does boring things, like go out to parties, and socialise. She never does FUN stuff.
It was explained to me that emotions are all supposed to invoke physical feelings in different parts of the body. I had always thought they were supposed to make you feel a certain way in your head.
renaeden wrote:That was a good post, Sophist. I am a slow thinker too and sometimes feel really dumb because of it. But when I "get" something, I get it. Sometimes I remember it later on when everyone else has forgotten it.
I feel that you will "get" it in the end and probably learn it better because you have allowed the information to sink in rather than be forced in.
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