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2023.06.10 20:25 SadmanV22 This game isn't very respectful of player's time - Renown, dungeons...
Been spending the last 3 or 4 days to get all the altars of Lilith and finishing each regions renown for the bonus skill and paragon points. It was just something I decided to do because; with the leveling system in the game being as it is, you kind of get weaker as you level up... so to make yourself resistant to feeling weaker, I figured that gearing up and getting all the altars and paragon points in advance would make sense. (Since it has nothing to do with levels)
For perspective, I am a level 62 Necromancer, and I get to play maybe 2 hours a day? On weekends I could do maybe 3 or 4 hours? I'm forced into my countries mandatory military service (Singapore) at the moment, so its not something I can avoid. I also don't want Diablo 4 to become an all consuming time sink, because well, that's probably not very healthy.
So far I have barely completed Scosglen, Fractured Peaks and Dry Steppes (Paragon points), and have just gotten all the altars of lilith. If I have to do this every time the season comes out, I think I'll just give up min maxing all classes (Probably only do it once for this character I'm running)
I think the issue is that the quests and dungeon clearing are pretty much non-rewarding. I am completing quest that give me barely any xp or loot, and dungeons which have aspects I don't care about // don't progress my glyphs. I am sinking many many hours literally for 20 paragon points and nothing else.
Nightmare Dungeons are also painfully slow in terms of progress. Not in terms of how fast I can clear them, my gear is pretty well optimized for world tier 3, and I can 2 shot elites usually, but in terms of how painfully slow leveling up glyphs are. I don't want to run 300 dungeons to complete 1 of my 4 or 5 glyphs. (I'm throwing 300 as a guestimate, but who knows that shit could be worse)
Speaking of XP, I'd much rather go to Pvp zones and fight mobs there where mob density is actually good? People rarely fight in PVP anyway, but if you wanna take me on, it'll at least be more interesting than grinding through dungeons endlessly .
Whoever said getting to level 100 will take 80 hours is full of cap. CAP I say. I turned on Kripparian's stream today and mans was at level 98 about 12 hours ago.
Considering I am not a streamer, or a godlike optimization player like Wudijo, this is highly concerning considering that those fellas over there who are no life-ing the game with like 15 hours a day, are still struggling to get to level 100 (Kripp), I can't help but wonder how long it will take me to get to level 100.
Straight up, I might skip season 1 because I'm still working on my Pre-season character.
TLDR: Make the game less grindy. Maybe make the renown gathering at each region easier? Events contribute to renown? Make my horse less buggy so I spend less time slowing down. Maye make it so I can hit 2 goals at once - like farming renown in each region contributes some XP to my glyphs?
>>> I am pretty well above an average player already. Am I insane at this game? no. But I'm quite sure if i can't hit level 100 in 1 month, there is little hope of most of the majority of the player base ever hitting a level above 80.
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2023.06.10 20:25 rajansandher Part C?
2023.06.10 20:25 Goalshop54 Home Renovation: What are Some Great Ideas for Designing a Smaller Bathroom?
When it comes to home renovation
, designing a smaller bathroom can be a challenging task. Limited space requires careful planning and creative solutions to maximize functionality and aesthetics. Whether you're remodeling a guest bathroom or a compact ensuite, here are some great ideas to consider for designing a smaller bathroom.
- Optimize Layout: The key to designing a smaller bathroom is to make the most of the available space. Consider a layout that utilizes the corners efficiently, such as a corner sink or a corner shower. Wall-mounted fixtures and storage can help free up floor space, giving the illusion of a larger area.
- Light and Bright Colors: Light colors have a transformative effect in small spaces. Opt for a color palette that is light and bright, such as whites, pastels, or soft neutrals. Light-colored walls and tiles reflect more natural light, making the bathroom feel open and airy.
- Mirrors and Glass: Mirrors are excellent for creating an illusion of space in a smaller bathroom. Install a large mirror above the vanity or on a full wall to visually expand the area. Additionally, consider using glass shower doors instead of opaque curtains or bulky shower enclosures to maintain a seamless flow and enhance the sense of openness.
- Clever Storage Solutions: Effective storage is essential in a smaller bathroom to keep it clutter-free. Explore smart storage solutions like recessed cabinets, floating shelves, or wall niches to maximize vertical space. Utilize the area above the toilet or install shelves and hooks on the back of the bathroom door for additional storage options.
- Compact Fixtures: Choose fixtures that are small in size and created with smaller places in mind. To reduce room, think about installing a wall-mounted toilet, and ditching the bulky vanity in favor of a pedestal sink. Compact fixtures not only make the most of the available space but also elevate and modernize the bathroom's aesthetic.
- Lighting Design: Good lighting is essential in every bathroom, but it is especially necessary in smaller rooms. A well-lit restroom appears larger and more welcoming. To create a layered and practical lighting design, combine ambient, task, and accent lighting. To add style and illumination, use wall sconces, recessed lighting, or pendant lights.
- Use tile patterns with creativity to provide the appearance of more space in a small bathroom. Choose larger size tiles with few grout lines to create the appearance of a larger floor or wall. To add interest to the area without taking over the room, think about utilizing mosaic tiles as a decorative border or focal point.
- If your wall space is restricted, open shelves might be a better option than closed cabinets. Open shelves give the impression of space and make it simple to reach commonly used things. To give the bathroom flair, place elegant containers, tasteful decorations, or nicely folded towels on display.
Greenery and Decor: To finish the design, don't forget to incorporate some decorative flourishes and a dash of nature. On the counter or shelves, put a small potted plant or a vase of fresh flowers. Choose wall art or other decor that enhances the room's personality and overall style.
It takes careful preparation and close attention to detail to design a modest bathroom. You can build a chic and useful bathroom that makes the most of your available space and improves the appearance of your home overall by implementing these ideas into your remodeling project.
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2023.06.10 20:24 lynxip_ Brief Guide on Piloting Questline Demon Hunter
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*English is not my native language, so there can be some mistakes about my English. I am sorry about that.
Hello, I am TheUnburnt and I am currently #1 in Asia server, mostly using Questline Demon Hunter.
I usually play on mobile so I don't have stats, but I have played the deck from under #25 and gained more than 150 wins with the deck.
In my opinion, this deck is the best deck in the format but it's also difficult to pilot correctly. I hope this guide help people who try this deck!
Class: Demon Hunter
2x (1) Consume Magic
2x (1) Crimson Sigil Runner
2x (1) Double Jump
2x (1) Felosophy
2x (1) Fierce Outsider
1x (1) Final Showdown
2x (1) Illidari Studies
2x (1) Mana Burn
2x (1) Sigil of Alacrity
2x (2) Spectral Sight
2x (3) Acrobatics
2x (4) Glaivetar
2x (4) Glide
1x (5) Tony, King of Piracy
2x (7) Irebound Brute
2x (7) Vengeful Walloper
To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and create a new deck in Hearthstone
Don't tech this deck, this is perfect 30 as it is. Only consideration is to cut 1 Consume Magic to run 1 Disposal of Evidence, but Consume Magic is better in this meta.
If you face decks that doesn't play many minions like Tony Druid very often, that could be an option.
- What's the goal of this deck?
You try to play 2 or more Irebound Brute/Vengeful Walloper in early turns then disrupt your opponent with cards like Mana Burn and Glide.
If your board is cleared, you can stack Glaivetar and steal your opponent's deck with Tony.
MUST KEEPS: Sigil of Alacrity, Illidari Studies
You should keep Glaivetar unless your opponent is playing Pirate Rogue or Aggro Shadow Priest, and ALWAYS KEEP on coin regardless of what they are playing.
Keep when it's next to the quest: Crimson Sigil Runner, Fierce Outsider, Spectral Sight, Glide (Only on coin if your opponent's deck is fast)
Keep when on coin: Mana Burn, Acrobatics, Glaivetar
When playing against slower decks, you can keep acrobatics with 1 guaranteed draw card like Runner next to the quest or Double Jump, etc.
Keep Acrobatics with Sigil even when you're going first.
If your opponent's deck is fast, keep Mana Burn when you're going first.
- Favored or Unfavored?
This deck is unfavored against Kingsbane Rogue (5:95) and Aggro Shadow Priest. (30:70)
Other matchups are all even are favored.
Even ones: Mech Paladin, Mech Mage, Odd Rogue (There are two Odd Rogue Players in Top 50 Legend in Asia server.), Odd paladin (Top 2 plays Odd Paladin), Questline Druid
- How to play in general
First of all, this deck does NOT aim to complete the quest as fast as you can, but aims to discount as many cards as you can.
Early game plan(turn 1~4): If you're facing aggro decks, surviving is the most important goal. Use your hero power and Outsider, Illidari Studies to clear opponent's board as much as possible. You don't have to activate quest in turn 1.
If you're facing slower decks, you may pass some turns since you kept slower cards like Glaivetar or Glide.
In either cases, you may complete quest but you should be discounting at least 3 cards. If not, completing quest can be bad for your game plan since you depend on 2nd quest to discount your hand.
Turn 5~7 are most important turns of the game.
The ideal game plan is, you complete 1st/2nd quest with 3~4 exceeding cards mostly with Glaivetar so you can discount your hand and duplicate them with Felosophy and make your board.
When you're equipping Glaivetar, you should be thinking about how much you draw, since you should't burn your hand and should complete quest with draw from Glaivetar.
When you're not equipping Glaivetar, you must have completed the first quest so you can draw a lot with discounted cards, or at least use Glide at turn 5 and pop up at turn 6.
You may be completing the final quest at this point. You can play it as a 5 mana 7/7 itself to pressure or use it when the board is even to prepare for the Tony plan.
Before the Tony plan, you'd better have played the quest reward beforehand. But, if your opponent has few board and hands, you can give them an empty deck so they can do nothing and lose even if you didn't use the quest reward beforehand.
*You can break through ice block this way.
- How to play against certain decks
The mirror: The player who equips Glaivetar gets board faster and will likely win... but you can use Mana Burn on turn 4 or 5 and make your board made of Brute earlier and get the win. The quest reward as 5 mana 7/7 is very useful, so try to complete the quest as long as you got the board.
Pirate Rogue, Secret Mage, Questline Druid, etc..: Try to get less damage as possible and you should be using Glide without outcast if possible since you don't have to make a wide board but 2 or 3 Brutes are enough.
Reno Priest, Reno Warlock, Shudderwock Shaman, etc..: The easiest matchup, you often get the win only with the board and Mana Burn or Glide. You should be thinking about what aoe can your opponent use at the turn.
Quest Mage, Tony Druid, etc..: Always keep Glide. Use Glide when opponent's hand is more than 7 and keep pressuring so they can't tutor their combo requirements or complete quest.
Usually pick Outsider from Illidari Studies. It makes your Walloper cost 1 less, Glaivetar draw 1 more for free and 2/1 rush is useful most of the time.
If you have enough time, try not to complete 2nd quest with Glide. You only have 4 cards discounted and future cards won't be discounted. The exception is when your opponent has more than 7 cards or the opponent is Tony Druid or APM priest.
You tempo Tony when:
Your opponent is Tony Druid or APM Priest
You have 2 or more Brutes and your opponent is Quest Mage or Questline Druid
Your opponent used Blade Flurry to break their Kingsbane and it's still in the deck
You don't always have to get the quest reward. You gotta full draw when you don't have any demon or Brute against fast decks.
Think what is discounted and what is not. I mean, don't use discounted 0 mana outcast cards after Illidari Studies or Outsider.
If you draw Outsider or Runner at the first turn, play them instead of playing quest when you can't play all the cards in your hand before turn 4.
Thanks for reading this guide, I know I didn't provide all the information you want so leave a comment, and I'll answer as long as I can!
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2023.06.10 20:24 I_need_help_pleaseee HELP! My 13 year old has T1D and had elevated albumin/ creatinine ratio of 540 three months ago and 716 follow up, doctor ignored lab from Nov 2020 showing ratio of 478.
I'm so so worried. I took my T1D 13 year old son (T1D for 12 years) to his Endocrine appointment on Wednesday, he saw a different doctor than usual because we had to reschedule his appointment. She asked if I had got a call about his most recent labs, I said no. She then told me his urine albumin/ creatinine ratio was elevated (540) and he needed to be retested. My son left a sample before we left. She called with the results yesterday and he was at 718. He is being referred to a kidney clinic. I had look up his previous lab results and he was at 48 in Oct 2019, his doctor had called and wanted him retested, said if they remained elevated he would probably be put on ace inhibitors. I took him in the next morning and his levels were normal. In November 2020 he had his annual labs, he was at 478. I recieved no call, I got no follow up. In Dec. 2021 he had his labs again and it came back undetectable, which could point to normal or could point to diluted. The national kidney Institute has this really good visual on how to check for microalbiumia in diabetics. I attached a couple charts along with his labs. It is standard to retest a high value. If 48 was significant enough for a retest, why was 478 not?!?! I called the endo nurse line and politely spoke to her about my concerns. She was worried there may an issue and the nurse said she would page the endo on call. The endo I spoke to chose her words very carefully and I dont think she was giving me a straight answer. She said the kidneys look good in the blood BUN and creatine test, and everything is fine. She said they followed up, and I brought up the 2020 reading. She said she is looking at the labs for the first time and to call my doctor to ask questions. My gut is telling me she is covering the other doctors butt. It looks like my son may have not micro but MACROALBUMINURIA and from what I have read that can be pretty signicant. I want to talk to a kidney doctor. Everything online about his numbers is looking bad. Should I go to a different doctor, the ER? Or am I being unreasonable? My cousin just lost 10% of her kidney function last month so this is all freaking me out. Also want to note, the 2019 abnormal lab was updated into his visit summary, which can be accessed online. It talked about following up with another test. His summary from the abnormal nov. 2020 labs was NEVER update neither was were the FEB 2023 labs that were also abnormal. I am fearful that if we had seen his regular doctor this past visit, it would have been caught even much later. I don't think his doctor reviewed his yearly labs. I NEED to get my son the care he deserves. Please help! I don't trust his endo office right now and I don't know what to do! I'm scared. https://imgur.com/a/yr9NoIQ
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2023.06.10 20:23 MT_Media Earnings Recap For This Past Week in the Stock Market
2023.06.10 20:23 FaceWorried My recent COVID story
I have been active on this sub since testing positive and wanted to briefly overview my experience. Feel free to ask any questions and I’ll do my best to answer.
Background: 30F, obese (losing weight, down over 75 pounds since January). OCD and CPTSD. Pfizer double vax series plus one booster in 12/2021.
5/27: woke up with a sore throat, figured I’d do an at home test. Instantly positive. No clue about exposure. I work from home and my husband hasn’t been around anyone sick either. Went to urgent care, got and started Paxlovid.
5/28: INTENSE anxiety and panic, low grade fever, chills, headache, nausea, diarrhea, congestion.
5/29-6/1: manageable symptoms, besides the anxiety. Really struggled with it. Continued and finished Paxlovid. Took ibuprofen, vitamin D, probiotics, and tried to drink as much plain water as possible.
6/2: tested negative. That night, decided to check my heart rate on my husbands watch. It said I was in afib, I freaked the fuck out, went to ER. Had a few EKGs, blood work, and a CT with contrast. No issue, no afib.
6/4: positive again. Manageable symptoms. Anxiety lessening. Still hyper vigilant.
6/8-6/9: two consecutive negatives.
Things I did that I feel made my symptoms manageable (besides the mental health): -lots and lots of water -ran air purifiers constantly -humidifier when sleeping -compression socks -hot showers and baths -windows open all day -Paxlovid, my prescribed clonazepam, vitamin D, probiotics, ibuprofen/Tylenol, low dose beta blocker as needed -smoothies, bone broth -working and schooling from bed
As of today, I’m still negative but still feel a little “out of it”. Tinnitus, sniffly, very mild congestion. Just feel like…weak and run down, but more optimistic.
My husband had worse symptoms, developed cold sores for the first time, and was denied paxlovid.
Anyway, I wish all of you well. It’s gonna be ok!
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2023.06.10 20:23 81420161 I've been offered in an incredible residency to work exclusively on my art for the better part of a year, but it would mean ending a long-term relationship. I don't know what I want.
Hi, I’m in my early 30s. I’ve been offered a creative/arts residency in a city that’s decently far from where I live now (about a 6-hour drive). My gut is torn over whether to accept it or not. The terms of the residency would be: -they will provide a room rent-free in a house share with two other artists in my field doing the same residency. the house is equipped with a studio with equipment and software for what we do, plus a gym, kitchen and co-working space. -in exchange, they would ask that I quit any work I’m doing that’s not directly related to the creative field (i.e. take a leap and start making money only creatively) -I would be allowed to leave the city but they’d ask that I keep it to a minimum. I didn’t ask what the limit for leaving is but I asked if I could take trips home every 3-4 weeks for a potential planned medical thing and they said no I'm hesitant to accept because:
1) I’m in a long-term relationship (over two years). It’s my first every LTR and I feel like my BF and I are compatible in so many ways. My BF has said in no uncertain terms he will end the relationship if I accept the residency as he doesn’t want to do long-distance for this period of time. (It’s most of a year.) 2) If I were sure this would be a great career move, it would be a hard but easy decision for me to leave my BF. I love him, but I wouldn’t want to date someone who was standing in the way of my career over a temporary situation where we could still see each other sometimes. However, I’m not sure, and I’m worried about what will happen if I basically implode my life for this opportunity (quit a job I’m happy in, leave a relationship I’m mostly happy in, and lose my housing in the city I’m currently living in) and then the residency program turns out to be BAD. My biggest fears:
Reasons why I want to accept:
- LONG-TERM CAREER RISK: I was adrift for a lot of my 20s and my job history is very patchy. I got the job I have now by knowing someone and it’s honestly the first job I’ve worked where I truly feel like the company culture “gets” me and cares more about me as an individual than blood sucking me dry for their own profit. I like the people and the vibe, and it feels like there’s room for growth. I don’t know if I could get a job like this again.
- SHORT-TERM FINANCIAL RISK: If the program doesn't want me to do "regular" work, then I'd be taking a huge risk in assuming that I can make enough creatively to pay my other expenses. The program wouldn't pay for anything other than housing - not food/car insurance/gas/etc. I have made some money doing things like creative coaching, paid feedback, etc but I've made more like in the low hundreds a month and my monthly expenses without rent would be at least $1,000. I have a lot in savings but this could potentially deplete at least 1/3 of my emergency fund. Based on what I know about career prospects in my industry, it's highly unlikely that I would make back enough money to replace my lost professional income. Most people in the industry never make a profit from it
- POSSIBLY WORSE OPPORTUNITIES: I’m currently in the #1 city in the country, probably the world, for live performance in my creative field. I’ve worked my way up for the past few years to the point where I have my own thing I’m producing on a regular basis that’s starting to get a small but sure following. I’m getting the opportunity to perform once a week at a place that may start paying me eventually, possibly even within the next year or two. My BF pointed out that if I leave to go be in a more remote place for such a long time period I’ll lose the momentum I’ve built up in this city and potentially be putting myself in a worse situation.
- RED FLAG ON THE PROGRAM?: My BF says that his friend, who's further up than us, says the specific person running this program has a bad reputation for taking advantage of young people and acting like more of an authority than he is, and that he's generally seen as a laughingstock. I have to admit that offering rent only, and not paying for other necessities like food, but requiring participants to quit their non-artistic work for the program feels a bit like a red flag to me though I can't quite put my finger on why
- DRIVING: I have a car but I'm not a confident driver. Where I live now there’s ample public transportation. If I took the residency, I would need to drive frequently. I’ve visited the city it's in before and there’s a bad combination of aggressive drivers and poorly designed/confusing highways.
1) I'm from the city I live in now and have never really lived anywhere else for an extended period of time. This feels like a relatively risk-free way to try living in a new place, and frankly I'm getting tired of how competitive and expensive my city is.
I feel like everyone is jumping over each other to get opportunities. I'm a little tired of live performance and have been interested for a while in putting more emphasis on creating digital stuff / social media. A program like this that's in a more remote place with less going on so I have room to sit alone and write would be perfect for this
2) They're offering a room where I could be alone and undisturbed which is out of my reach in my city. Rent has skyrocketed the past few years. I can afford my rent now but BF and I are sharing a one-room apartment, we both work remote most of the time, and it is AWFUL. Yes I could get a co-working space or there's solutions like putting up barriers but I really just want to be able to roll out of bed and journal for an hour without anyone saying anything to me. I'm introverted and my social battery is constantly being drained in this living situation. Rent has gotten so bad that even if I left my BF's apartment, I'd have to pay an extra $500 a month just to have my own room in an apartment share on the absolute lowest end if I found a deal, but it would probably be closer to $700 to 800 more a month. I really want space to breathe.
My thought process
Right now, I'm leaning towards turning down the residency for all of the above reasons, but my heart is torn over it. I feel like if I had gotten this just a little bit earlier while I was still adrift it would have been perfect, but I might be more interested in it for the person I was then and how little I had going on, and now, I have too much that I'd be giving up if I accept.
I just did the math and with my typical current expenses minus rent and utilities, I'd be losing about $12,000 over the period without an income (I'm guesstimating that food & drink will be cheaper but that I'd be spending way more on gas than I currently do on public transportation). That same amount would net me about 7.5 months of Airbnb rental in a rural area I love where I'm comfortable driving. I almost would rather just make my own little "mini residency" where I rent a place one month out of the year and continue to work, but scale it back slightly. My BF isn't thrilled about me going away for an entire month, but he'd accept it.
I got offered a residency that would pay my rent in a smaller town but with some restrictions including quitting my job so I could focus 100% on art - but they wouldn't pay my other expenses. Also, if I take this opportunity my long term BF would break up with me rather than do long-distance, and I will definitely lose momentum that I've built up in the highly competitive city where I live now and have to shift my focus – which I'm interested in doing, but also feels scary! I'd appreciate any insight on how to make this decision.
I'm considering an alternative step of turning down this residency and instead renting a cabin for one month. This would cost me about $1,600. If I take the residency I would have to spend about $12,000 out of my savings unless I magically start making $1,000+ a month creatively, which is unlikely based on what I know about my field. It would be taking a huge gamble on myself to accept and I'm not sure that I'm ready.
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2023.06.10 20:23 Proud_Assignment_565 I feel guilty for rejecting a guy, and even more guilty for blocking him
I, 21F, was introduced to a guy, 19M. A mutual friend showed him pictures of me before inviting him over to hang out and he thought I was “super hot.” This was not a new experience for me, as I am an attractive girl. It’s worth noting that I am choosing to be single right now because of burns from old relationships, and also because I have other things to focus on that I consider more important like working and taking care of my mental health. I also just don’t want to hurt anybody, as I have trauma and I know that getting involved with people while I have these unresolved issues will just cause me to hurt them. I expressed this to him multiple times to counter multiple advances.
Multiple times while we were all hanging out at the apartment, we would be drinking and our mutual friend would go out of his way to try and get me more and more drunk. Then try to encourage me to get with said guy. I didn’t like that. It felt very date-rapey. But at the same time I felt really guilty because I felt absolutely nothing for this kid and he, for whatever reason, was super into me. I never did anything, obviously, but it left a bad taste in my mouth. He even bought me gifts for my birthday. One of them was thoughtful, the other one was way off. I’m a goth and he bought me a white Fleetwood Mac t-shirt. Come on.
I didn’t want to cause any issues within the group because our mutual friend and him are best friends, and said mutual friend is dating my best friend so we were all bound to be hanging out together again in the future regardless of whether or not I was interested in him. So I politely stayed in contact with him, upon his insistence to text me a million questions a day. I thought that he knew that I was not interested, but he still wanted to keep in contact for whatever reason. I didn’t really care. I would respond to his texts whenever I felt like it, most of the time I would wait even hours.
At one point he tried to invite me to a bonfire with his friends, to which I told him I already had plans and that I also didn’t want to meet his friends. He told me he thought that I was interested in him, and I immediately squashed it. He even told me that he has issues with being delusional about situations with girls.
Then at some point, I make an offhand comment about not liking my mom. He asks me what the story is behind me not liking my mom. I’m not going to go into full detail on here, but I’ve been severely abused and neglected by my mother, who is schizophrenic and a narcissist. It’s simply a fact of life for me. I feel comfortable talking about it to pretty much anyone who asks. I don’t bring it up on my own, I don’t trauma dump on people. But he asked, and I told him. That’s not to mention as well that I’ve experienced a lot of other trauma, not just from my mother, that I didn’t tell him about.
He tells me he’s sorry I went through all that, typical stuff. We moved on. The next day he asks me a question about college. For context, I dropped out of college when I was 18 after one semester because I was horribly depressed while there, as well as some other external factors. He asks me if I would ever go back to college and I tell him no, I didn’t like it and it made me depressed. He responds back by saying he thinks that I was depressed for a reason other than not liking school. At first I tried to argue a bit, explain my actual side of the story. His opinion doesn’t waver.
“This all wraps around to one subject, and it has nothing to do with college. I mean, you legit told me 1801 ways you were being mentally manipulated and abused. To my understanding, that would be more of a definitive reason to be in a depressive episode than fixating on an insignificant school year”
This was the point where I got very offended. It’s my life, my own experiences, and he sure as hell is not a licensed therapist. So I express my dislike towards that, ending it with a swift “fuck you.” I’m going to copy and paste the next messages he sent and leave them verbatim, just because I don’t know how to rewrite them in a way that fully captures how cocky this guy was being.
“Life lesson: don’t bite at the bait that’s set out for you I didn’t even start on how some abandonment trauma would lead you to not wanting anyone to get close or not wanting to know new people because, as it’s been portrayed, everyone has fucked you left right and center But yes, I’m the bad guy for psychoanalyzing the situation and simply making sense of it. You’re right, fuck me”
I felt incredibly disrespected. I got very pissy, swore at him a bit, told him he doesn’t know me and that his behavior was way out of line. Then I told him to lose my number and blocked him.
I feel like I was maybe a bit harsh to him, and I can admit that I was being defensive. I can’t exactly wrap my head around why he thinks he had authority to comment on why he thinks I was depressed 3 years ago before he even knew I existed, but maybe I reacted too strongly? My mental health is something I try very hard to work on, and maybe someone trying to challenge me about it got me all up in arms.
Now, after the fact, I’ve since spoken to multiple of my close friends about this situation and they all think I’m in the right. But our mutual friend stays in the middle on this. He insists that whatever happened is between me and the guy, refuses to comment about who he thinks was right or wrong. I know that this is normal, he doesn’t want to have to choose sides. It’s just difficult to not be backed up when I felt so dehumanized. This guy essentially tried invalidating my own personal life experiences, and his best friend won’t even give him a slap on the wrist for being disrespectful to me. And then that on top of the fact that I feel so guilty for rejecting him so many times. I know that I’m allowed to not be interested, but he made me feel like I owed it to him.
I feel like it’s my fault somehow for leading him on by continuing to talk to him. Like I brought it upon myself. I don’t know.
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2023.06.10 20:21 lollerlaban Should death respawns in dungeons be smarter?
I don't mind dying and getting punished, that's part of the game, but why are the respawn points so incredibly random? Sometimes it's closeby or over half way back from where you came, which gets exceedingly more annoying if you gotta keep track of your Pizza disc affix at the same time, which sometimes don't follow fast enough so you gotta backtrack while backtracking. If you don't stand in the bubble then it's a guaranteed oneshot in higher tiers basically.
Would be nice if the disc only triggered during combat and respawns were either anchored to cleared tiles in the dungeon or after the "Halfway" point when you do the first set of objectives. Even then it should allow us to respawn where we died if we want to, we have limited amount of deaths so if i want to ressurect and die immediately, let me.
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2023.06.10 20:21 RelationshipInCrisi My boyfriend (M29) and I (F26) are on the rocks after 12 years
Hi all, TL:DR at bottom. For the first time in my life, I'm thinking of breaking off my relationship with my boyfriend of 12 years. We've been together since highschool, hes been my one and only this entire time. We've built a life together, a house, a dog, cats. My entire adult life has been spent with him. But I'm now not so sure if there's a future for us. We've always had problems. Minor spats here and there, but a big one that's been a point of contention since about 3 years in has been the intimacy. I was just finishing University and we had moved to a new city to be closer to my school and closer to his work. This was hard for him even if it benefitted him because it distanced him from his friends, which he had a real hard time with. This resulted in him using nearly all his free time taking the bus back to hang out with his friends. It was rare he'd be at home with me at all and when he was, he was so hungover from the nights previous with his friends that he couldn't do anything outside the apartment. When I got my license and a car, it became him begging me to drive him, "I'll get home sooner to see you" he'd say, which was true... The bus would take him near 3 hours while me driving him was only 40 minutes. But weekend after weekend of this left me feeling uninterested in having sex, and it dipped to about once a week, where it now still is. We've had loads of arguments regarding my sex drive being low, and how he's missing the connection of being with me physically. I've expressed that I feel like he doesn't make time for me other than to have sex, which always blows up into a big fight about how I don't realize how hard he works to keep this relationship going and how hard to tries to make me happy. Which is mostly true, he busts his ass at work and generally works hard. But I don't personally see the effort in regards to the missing emotional intimacy. This issue pops up periodically, maybe two or three big blowouts about it a year. All this to say, I'm not perfect. Not even close. I've had a terribly hard time being assertive and direct about how I feel which is detrimental to the relationship. I have depressive episodes which makes me a bummer to be around, I often let things fester to the boiling point because I fear confrontation. All this makes me far more agreeable to things I shouldn't be which no doubt hasn't been easy for him to navigate.
Honestly, I started having these doubts years ago. But I wanted to work on them and expected this to get better, especially as I had really started vocalizing my qualms but it seems to have only made things worse. But looking back there were a lot of... Inappropriate things I shouldn't have tolerated but was too young and naive to really act on, such as extreme jealous (male friend touched my hand while hiking to help me up a steep ridge, and he went off the handle saying he doesn't trust me,) he was oblivious to when I developed anorexia, he kept asking if I was gay because I would say no to sex, up until today during our not-enough-intimacy fights. It came to the point where I've been agreeing to sex reluctantly and have been getting more or less no sexual pleasure from it for years to keep the peace while I try to get us to work on my issues,, which I think he knows since there's no foreplay, and he knows I don't usually orgasm during it. Today, I had run out for a couple hours with the puppy to do some errands and chores and had just gotten home. I hadn't yet eaten so I was preparing myself something to eat. He asks if I'd like to have sex, to which I say I'm not feeling it, and I'm making lunch. He suggested afterwards, which I wasn't keen on either. So instead he asked if he could touch me while he gets off, which would mean delaying me making food so again I said no. This launched our trip/quazi-annual fight about lack of intimacy. I tried to explain to him that I need to feel more effort and emotional connection from him to be more open to having more sex. I want to feel important and valued, and like he wants to do things with me outside of watching tv. He proceeded to get really mad and defensive because he does put in effort in the form of finances and working on better his job prospects so we can have a better life. (For context, he makes about the same amount as I do yearly, just so no one assumes there's a breadwinner in this circumstance). It divolved into him angry and upset because he felt I wasn't listening to him, and that I'm basically asking him to forfeit one of the things he likes to do in his very small window of leisure time in order to satisfy me. (Which yes he does have a very narrow window of time, he works out from 8-10, his schedule has him working usually 10-7 WFH, and then he usually has some sort of meal prep which would take him from 7-9, if no meal prep then he'd play bass or read work-related things to improve his employable skills, which leaves me from 9-10 for basically TV). It got relatively heated, not yelling or insulting, on topic but both emotional and upset. I suggested that perhaps every second Saturday, we do a date night. We would alternate who plans the date, and we would each plan a date that we think the other would enjoy. He didn't like that idea at all. Instead he wants me to decide what I want to do as a date, plan it, and then ask if he wants to go. He said if I lead by example then he'll get a better understanding of what's expected and be able to do the same. My problem comes from the fact that this isn't a new suggestion, and this isn't the first conversation we've had about it. And I've done that But nothing comes of it and the cycle repeats. At this point, I'm nearly 30. I feel lonely in my own house, and I'm not sure where to go from here. We are tied together in every way, with the house only being owned by us under a year, three pets under 3, all our assets are together, we've only really dated each other... The implications of even considering breaking things off is daunting and life changing, especially since we live in a HCOL area so we'd both suffer tremendously. But I also can't help but think I'm overreacting to something minor and that it'd be a waste to just...throw this all away. I have no frame of reference for whether or not this is pretty normal stuff, and don't really have anyone in my life I can talk to about this.
So... I guess I wanted to know from others in similar positions what youve done and how it's worked out. Please be as blunt with me as possible. If what I've written screams that I'm the problem and that I need to work on xyz, please say so. If I'm the problem I want to work on it and do better.
Sorry for the wall of text but it felt really good to articulate my thoughts as I've not really done it in this much detail ever.
TL:DR: Boyfriend doesn't make time for me so I don't feel the intimate connection I require to be more sexually intimate. At what point is it no longer worth continuing the relationship?
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