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2021.10.23 23:20 True_Customer_8913 look at it upside down

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2021.10.23 23:20 Truecimetacobell Why do we even have an ASPCA???? USELESS

. 75 Coldbrook drive in Howie Center,NS +1(902)539-3829
Spam these fucks and tell them to take their dogs inside from the pouring rain and feed them.
Vicky and Billy Carter and their adult children live two streets over from me.
They are abusing two beautiful black labs in their old age. I have tried to talk to them about giving their dogs away but they get horribly defensive and boot me off of the property on every attempt.
I have been walking by the house almost every day lately rather than my usual route because I can’t stop thinking about them. Winter is coming and I know it will be the same thing this year.
The family adopted two brand new puppies and now the older dogs do not go inside the house at all and are barely fed.
In the summer both of these old dogs dig holes to stay cool and in the winter are left to the elements while their owners throw water on them for being too loud, whimpering and crying to come inside.
I have called the SPCA repeatedly and they do NOTHING.
Vigilante justice is necessary at this point.
Unfortunately I don’t have the means to do it myself and nowhere to take them where the owners would not drag them back.
I can’t listen to them cry in this rain anymore, tonight was the last straw.
If this post speaks to you, PLEASE HELP THESE POOR SWEET DOGS.
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2021.10.23 23:20 CaffinatedAndAfraid Found this hiking in Santa Rosa, CA. My guess is green shale with a quartz vein?

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2021.10.23 23:20 UrbanSkydiver70 What college should i ed for finance?

Here r some schools that i found on wso hat are good for finance and have early descision.
Williams college Amherst Middlebury Washu olin Boston college Northwestern Duke Emory Carnegie mellon Vanderbilt All the ivys
I'm a senior rn oos in texas, asian
Gpa : 4.7 weighted, 3.7 unweighted (not ranked, my school only ranks top 10 percent)
Sat :1560, PSAT :1490, national merit semifinalist atm
Ec's :3 years of high school jv tennis and tournaments outside of school, nationals bpa competitor for Advanced Accounting (one year), 30 hours volunteering at a thrift store, got a job at Whataburger since june 2021, member of business club freshman year.
Courseload : 4 ap classes taken in high school (lang, ab, lit, bc)
Ap exams : ap lang - got a 3 (will take lit and bc this year)
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2021.10.23 23:20 Beneficial-Train8234 FAP Tributes new server

https://discord.gg/9YrMDbMz
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2021.10.23 23:20 Blueberryboy88 Putting An Aussie-Doodle Puppy To Bed…..

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2021.10.23 23:20 grievingprocess01 I'm so frustrated

Firstly, I'm posting from a throw away. Secondly, this might get long. Thank you for taking the time to read and offer advice. Lastly, names have been changed.
Backstory:
Dean(30m) and I(30f) have been friends since middle school. We are like friendship soulmates. I know a lot of people think that people of opposite genders can't be friends without underlying romantic feelings, but we are not like that. Never have been, never will be.
The current story:
Dean has anxiety (undiagnosed but self proclaimed) and he has alcoholism (also undiagnosed, but when you drink on a daily basis, and can't stop once you start, what else would that be?) and it's impacting his life. He is too anxious to get help for it. And he doesn't want to get help for it. He hasn't had a steady job since he was 18 -he quit because they wanted to promote him and he didn't want the responsibility. Since then, he only does seasonal work or odd jobs, or sells stuff on facebook. He lives with his parents. He doesn't want to move out. He has a license but doesn't drive. I don't think he's driven in years. When his grandma died, he was given her car, and he still didn't drive it. He told me he doesn't want to get a DUI. That's his logic for not driving.
I'm not trying to shit on him, I'm just trying to give examples of what his life is like.
Dean sucks at communication. You can't make plans with him, and you can't do things with him last minute either. Either way he'll leave you hanging. He only wants to hang out when it's dark out. He has no consideration for my schedule or the fact that I have to work in the morning. I'm sick of revolving our time together around his schedule when he literally has no obligations. He always says how he wants to do stuff, to go out, to see people, but when he comes down to it he never does. But then gets sad that he missed out. I can't tell you how many things I've missed out on because we were supposed to go together and then he backed out or left me hanging. I'm sick of it.
Just this week we were supposed to hang out and he said he couldn't cause his mom's friend was over. You're 30 years old, wtf does that have to do with you?
Not recently, but in the past we talked about his anxiety and suspected OCD and I encouraged him to get help now that he has insurance. I see a counselor and a therapist and I could give him the numbers and tell him what to expect. He said his parents would judge him. It was the dumbest excuse I've ever heard in my life. His dad might judge him tbh but his mom wouldn't. And wouldn't they want him to get help so he can be on his own?
I love him so much, he's been my best friend for 16 years, and despite this post there are many wonderful and great things about him. But I don't know what to do. You can't help someone that doesn't want to help themselves. But I don't want to abandon him. I'd like to be able to be there to support him. I'm tired of being ditched and missing out on shit because of him. I'm tired of going to the gas station for him. I'm tired of watching him drink his life away.
Do ultimatums ever work? Should I distance myself? What would you do if you were in this situation?
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2021.10.23 23:20 Qigong90 How Often Did You All Witnessed or Participated in Spiritual Bypassing in NOI

https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-spiritual-bypassing-5081640
"What Is Spiritual Bypassing?
By Kendra Cherry
Fact checked by Adah Chung📷


on December 06, 2020
"What Is Spiritual Bypassing?
Spiritual bypassing describes a tendency to use spiritual explanations to avoid complex psychological issues.1 The term was first coined during the early 1980s by a transpersonal psychotherapist named John Welwood in his book Toward a Psychology of Awakening. According to Welwood, spiritual bypassing can be defined as a "tendency to use spiritual ideas and practices to sidestep or avoid facing unresolved emotional issues, psychological wounds, and unfinished developmental tasks."2
As a therapist and Buddhist teacher, Welwood began to notice that people (including himself) often wielded spirituality as a shield or type of defense mechanism. Rather than working through hard emotions or confronting unresolved issues, people would simply dismiss them with spiritual explanations.
While it can be a way to protect the self from harm or to promote harmony between people, it doesn't actually resolve the issue. Instead, it merely glosses over a problem, leaving it to fester without any true resolution.
While spirituality can be a force that helps enhance an individual’s well-being, engaging in spiritual bypassing as a way to avoid complicated feelings or issues can ultimately stifle growth.
Signs Spiritual bypassing is a way of hiding behind spirituality or spiritual practices. It prevents people from acknowledging what they are feeling and distances them from both themselves and others. Some examples of spiritual bypassing include:
Spiritual bypassing is a superficial way of glossing over problems in a way that might make us feel better in the short term, but ultimately solves nothing and just leaves the problem to linger on.
Examples Spiritual bypassing can sometimes be difficult to spot because it is often very subtle. However, looking at examples can help make this phenomenon more apparent:
Spiritual bypassing is also often used to dismiss the very real concerns of people who are dealing with problems. People who are faced with discrimination are often advised to simply be “nice,” “civil,” or “patient” when dealing with blatant abuse. It suggests that people can rely on individual positive thinking to overcome complex social issues.
Recognizing Spiritual Bypassing
If you say these things, you might be engaging in spiritual bypassing:
Before resorting to platitudes, ask yourself who the comment is really helping. Is it really giving someone comfort or insight, or is it just a way of dismissing a difficult situation so that you can feel better?
Causes Spiritual bypassing acts as a form of defense mechanism. It protects us from things that seem too painful to deal with, but this protection comes at a cost. Ignoring or avoiding the issue can make stress worse in the long-term and make the problem more difficult to solve later on. While avoidance is a primary motivator behind this type of behavior, there are other factors that play a role in shaping it.
Wellness culture, which often perpetuates ideas of toxic positivity and permanent optimism, is sometimes a driving force behind spiritual bypassing. It teaches people that they cannot be well or healthy unless they are able to rise above any negativity. The problem with this is that negative emotions are normal and often a sign that something needs to change. Ignoring these signs can lead to worse problems down the road.
An individualistic culture that promotes the idea that people must aim for self-actualization in order to achieve true happiness also contributes to a tendency to avoid difficult or painful emotions. Rather than trying to solve problems in the environment that lead to pain, individualism teaches people that they alone are responsible for their destiny.
Impacts Spiritual bypassing isn't always a bad thing. In times of severe distress, it can be a way to temporarily relieve frustration or anxiety. However, researchers suggest that it can be damaging when used as a long-term strategy to suppress problems.1
Spiritual bypassing can have a number of negative effects. It can affect individual well-being as well as relationships with others. Some of the potential negative consequences include:1

Spiritual narcissism involves using spiritual practices as a way to increase self-importance. It often involves using spirituality to build the individual up, while also wielding it as a weapon to tear others down.
Denying Difficult Emotions People often engage in spiritual bypassing when they think that they should not be feeling what they are feeling. Negative emotions can be overwhelming at times. Feeling of anger, jealousy, disgust, annoyance, and rage can be distressing, and people may find themselves feeling ashamed or guilty for feeling or thinking such things.
Rather than deal with the negative feelings—and any resulting reactions to those feelings—spiritual bypassing becomes a tool for avoidance.
Just as you shouldn’t try to suppress your own negative emotions in order to avoid discomfort, you should also avoid the desire to save other people from emotions or situations that make you uncomfortable. Trying to save or shield others—either from their circumstances or their own poor choices—can also become a form of spiritual bypassing.
Dismissing Other People’s Emotions Spiritual bypassing can be a tool to dismiss what others are feeling. At times, spiritual bypassing can be used as a tool to gaslight others into staying silent about things that have harmed them.
Rather than being allowed to express their pain, people who have been harmed are told by others that they are being a negative person. This tendency uses spirituality to reframe events in a way that lets people off the hook for the harm they may have caused.
Avoiding Responsibility Spiritual bypassing also reduces the discomfort that people may feel as a result of cognitive dissonance. People feel uncomfortable when they hold two conflicting beliefs or when they behave in ways that are not in accordance with their beliefs.
For example, if you believe yourself to be a good person, you might struggle to take responsibility for hurtful things that you have done. Admitting that you have harmed someone else through your actions not only causes feelings of guilt—it also conflicts with your desire to see yourself in a positive light. In this way, spiritual bypassing becomes a way to shift the blame back onto the other person while absolving yourself of any responsibility.
Judging Others Judging other people for expressing justifiable anger is a form of spiritual bypassing. Anger is a normal emotion and a perfectly reasonable reaction to many events and situations. It means that there is something wrong and that action needs to be taken to fix a situation or mend a relationship. Authentic spirituality doesn't suppress valid emotions just because they're uncomfortable.
It’s okay to feel difficult emotions like anger, jealousy, and disappointment. The key is to deal with those emotions in healthy ways.
Justifying Suffering Another example of spiritual bypassing is using supposedly spiritual actions to justify not taking action. Examples of this include saying things such as "it's that way for a reason," "it's as nature/God intended," or "it is what it is." It lets people off the hook for taking any responsibility, because according to such explanations, these things are natural, unchangeable, or divinely caused.
Such explanations make it easy to just accept things as they are and not focus on the steps that we can take to make a difference. Some situations may be outside of our control or we might face obstacles that make change difficult, but it is important to acknowledge and accept the responsibility for what we can do to make a situation better.
Bypassing also becomes a form of victim-blaming, especially in cases where people are experiencing the negative effects of various kinds of trauma. Telling people that they should just stop being negative in order to avoid exhaustion, anxiety, depression, and other physical and psychological manifestations of stress is essentially telling them that they are to blame for their own pain and suffering. "
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2021.10.23 23:20 tlacuachofo The owner said it’s a Shepard dog most likely a nut but would like to know any educated guesses. No I’m not choking the dog jus lifting the chin. It’s about 1 month old.

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2021.10.23 23:20 ahughes86 Tactical sleepy puppy and some gear

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2021.10.23 23:20 McFish699 Does anyone know a good seed with a preferably big cave next to the spawn area?

Hello, I’m looking for a Java 1.17 seed with a cave big enough to fit a potential base inside and that has enough resources to accommodate the needs of about 4-6 people, while preferably being in proximity of fields and/or a food source (optional) and a lava pool. Any help is very appreciated, thanks in advance.
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2021.10.23 23:20 lucyinthesky1972 Looking for excellent children’s novels that don’t have the traditional happy ending and aren’t a cliffhanger.

I teach fourth grade and we talk a lot about where to get great ideas for their next read. They asked me to post in this community to see what your recommendations are for books you loved without the traditional happy ending. Thanks in advance!
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2021.10.23 23:20 fl0ralun4 Can I have help identifying? TY

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2021.10.23 23:20 ContentForager Teaching English and how it is largely spoken in the US (/r/TikTokCringe)

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2021.10.23 23:20 BlakeAgoraphobic "I'm really happy!"

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2021.10.23 23:20 codesentry Any EU pc players?

Gotten the game 3 days now and apparently, there's never anyone online. Game is less than 2 weeks old. What's happening?
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2021.10.23 23:20 Avispar Petition to allow you to combine 10 leng artifacts into a scripture

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2021.10.23 23:20 Queensmith Saw this gem today

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2021.10.23 23:20 JohnWarosa69420 Why Alan!?

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2021.10.23 23:20 Pillonious_Punk How do I play music on my phone through my non-BT Speakers?

My receiver doesn't have bluetooth but all my other devices do. Can I play my phone through smart TV maybe?
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2021.10.23 23:20 CP3_for_MvP [Highlight] Nurkic comes down hard after being pulled down by Booker in mid-air

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2021.10.23 23:20 chaos3HO Nintendo GameCube controller

How do I connect a gamecube controller to the switch? Do I need an adapter or something?
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2021.10.23 23:20 Nomisgag I heard Wolves and Bears! DayZ

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2021.10.23 23:20 Crypto_gos9 Make MOR Passive Income

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