Edit: I can't reply to you all sorry! "Just lose the weight, eat less calories, etc. "
There are so many factors that make this advice difficult to follow:
Mental health Medication Injury Becoming a parent Seasonal work Etc.
Wearing ill-fitting clothes only makes you feel worse in these tough situations. I'm not suggesting complacency, and being obese does have real medical impacts, I'm suggesting that we are kind to ourselves. Self love will lead to self investment.
Full thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/ActualPublicFreakouts/comments/l12may/daughter_posting_about_mom_kelly_ann_conway_a_few/
am i the only one that thinks this is completely fucked? we have a very heavily edited video released by the only party that knew there was a recording taking place. it would be so easy to wind someone up then just edit together their reactions. Then to just release it, not very grateful is it?
She really shouldn't be posting about her parents like this. If they have issues they should be resolving them amongst themselves. Get a family therapist. Don't go online and fuck your parents over like this. If they go broke, guess what, so will you
This is so toxic it isn’t even funny. It is not ok to show the world your problems at home for political theatre. I never liked Kellyanne Conway, but this makes me feel bad for the whole family. Teenage girls are the worst, and people who see what she selectively releases are being fooled.
Im 27F, I see a doctor, nutritionists, and psychiatrist. I live mostly off of smoothies and really soft foods, but am monitoring it and have been told I'm healthy. And I feel great. I get really sick with solid, heavy foods.
My roommate is dating a woman we'll call Rita. Rita is overweight and always following people into the kitchen. Usually just stares at them. Everytime she sees me making a smoothie she rolls her eyes and leaves.
Today I'm making a smoothie and some apple sauce and she commented how I'm starving myself. I tell her nope I'm good and that she's not my Dr. She then informed me that she's gained twenty pounds because I'm triggering her emotional eating and how she feels so upset that I'm anorexic (I'm far from it) and it's effecting her anxiety too. I told her I'm sorry she's upset but that it's not my fault and she can stop following me into the kitchen and should try to get support, not hassle me.
She started crying my roommate says I should apologize and I've told them no. It's not my fault she's eating more and that she doesn't live here and I refuse force my diet to change when she is here.
They're saying I'm an asshole and I'm being unreasonable and fat shaming but I think she just has very little self control.
It feels like so many people my age seem to have been in one already, but I just don't feel ready yet, and the thought of it makes me feel weird and uncomfortable. I'm wondering if this is normal or at least socially acceptable.
Every month, for a few days, I get suuper depressed and hungry. I have cravings. I get acne. The whole deal. And every time I CANNOT figure it out. And I just spiral into, "Why do I feel so bad? Is this life from now on?"
And then I finally get my period and I'm overjoyed. Every. Month. I forget.
Edit: only works if we’re willing*
It almost doesn't even feel like the same game. You get introduced to unique mechanics, and outcomes to dialogue that have an effect, that rarely - if ever - get brought up again.
The Sandra Dorsett job is like a much more fleshed out rescue gig, it's basically a one off quest compared to other gigs. There's actually interaction with Trauma Team, and it has small bits of unique gameplay (like using the air hypo and checking biomonitor) that never come up again. It's also features the only destructable concrete wall in the entire game.
The car chases, scripted as they are, have mechanics you're lead to believe will come up more in the game, but never really do. No leaning out or firing out of a car besides on-rails story missions.
Even smaller things like going to Vik's to get upgraded get special treatment and animations you'll never see again. After that you'll get a buy menu. That is all.
The spiderbot gameplay was squandered in my opinion, but still added a different touch and pacing than seen in 95% of other missions. Ultimately stealth is a complete waste of time since everything devolves into 'kill everyone and grab or interact with the thing'. Even most main and large side missions are guilty of this, with few (if any) unique elements to them.
Meeting Maelstrom for the first time is one of a few missions where dialogue isn't just three ways to say the same exact thing. There are a few different ways to go about it, but you actually see the result of those choices in game later on. It's not much but it helps.
Act 1 is not perfect, but compared to the gameplay elements utilized after getting to act 2 there's real contrast. It's like going from a singleplayer game and being dropped into a shallow MMORPG sandbox where most of what you say and do has no real meaningful impact.
I don't know about the other tank players out there, but as someone who traditionally is a big fan of playing tanks (Zac, Sejuani, Rammus etc.), this season's felt a little weird. I can build Sunfire Aegis and get a ton of damage and CDR... great... in the mid game there's a period of time where I can pretty much 100-0 squishy champions in my cc rotation, but once my damage falls off I just feel like paper. A lot of tank legendary items feel so much worse to build than their old counterparts (ie. Randuins) and especially MR itemization is a god damn disaster. If the enemy has an AP mage building Liandry's it feels like you need 2 dedicated MR items just to tank 1 champion's damage alone.
It's weird that champions like Aatrox, Olaf, Renekton can genuinely fulfill my role--that is soaking damage--better than I can.
Do any other tank players feel the same way this season, or is it just me?
Edit: Sort of a late edit, but a lot of people took this post to the extreme and interpreted it as wanting tanks to do 0 damage and become literally unkillable. Don't take these numbers seriously, it's just an example for sake of argument, but: if they did -20% damage and +20% tankyness, would they do so little damage that you could walk past them and ignore them? Generally my biggest complaint is to the itemization changes to tanks. A lot of stats were removed from popular tank items (ie. Abyssal Mask, Randuins HP, FH armor, Dead Man's armor) or popular items were removed altogether from our pool (Locket, Adaptive Helm).
They both get off the bus at the next stop. The pregnant woman is furious and demands an explanation. "What exactly is so damn funny?" "I'm sorry, ma'am," replies the giggling man. "But I couldn't help noticing you're pregnant, and when you first sat down, you sat under an advertisement which read 'Coming Soon: The Gold Dust Twins.' Then you sat under an ad that read 'Sloan's Liniments Remove Swelling.' Then you moved under a deodorant advertisement which read 'William's Stick Did the Trick.' And I just couldn't hold it in any longer when you moved a fourth time and sat under a tire advertisement which read 'Dunlop Rubber Would Have Prevented This Accident.'"