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2020.12.31 17:20 Ivy_Holo petownersinneed

For pet owners in need and for those who can help. 🐾
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2016.03.20 01:25 unixwizzard Comcast_Xfinity: Direct help from knowledgeable Comcast employees

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2023.06.10 05:47 ilikepeaches24 Work is messing with my hours how do I respond

I’m not sure what’s going on. For the past couple of weeks they’ve been cutting my hours I’m paid hourly $20 plus whatever tips I receive I was promised 40 hrs a week/ full time but as of late I haven’t been fully booked I believe this is due to the recession, everyone’s been complaining about it being slower than usual.
My manager has been cutting my hours substantially. Whatever hours im not fully booked they tell me not to come in it’s as if they want me to be booked back to back with no room to breathe pee drink or anything if not then it’s not good enough. I had 6 appointments today which wasn’t fully booked but it was steady I had maybe an hour and a half of free time which I’d literally do my notes and follow ups with. They moved all my clients to another esthetician and then told me not to come in at all. A whole 8 hrs lost on top of them making me work 3 hrs the day before and only 4 hrs the previous day I’ve lost 15 hrs this week alone.
They don’t give me a good heads up they’ll literally tell me about an hour until my shift I’ve had them tell me not to come when I’ve already been on my way. I have bills to pay and im trying to save up to move out how are people supposed to balance their funds with uneven hours/pay?
Im so fed up im thinking of calling in sick tomorrow when im fully booked just to be petty I’d still be losing money but I just hate the way they’re doing things. I know all jobs work by profit I get that but even with 1 appointments they’d be making a profit with how high our prices are. Plus I literally have notes and other things I can be doing while clocked in with no appointments I could be cleaning I have follow ups to do emails etc.
My sister has a boss who literally closes down the clinic to go on vacation multiple times a year and still pays everybody for the days they’ve lost from him being gone on vacation. when I worked at another clinic my previous job would pay me just to sit at front desk while they left for 6+ hours because they didn’t want to be fully booked all day but knew I was trying to save up to pay for school. so I know not all jobs are like this it makes me feel like a robot and not a human or appreciated employee.
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2023.06.10 05:42 Liwi808 Landlord mad at my roommate and I because we're "not paying them enough to cover the mortgage"

Not sure if this belongs here, but thought I would share anyway. I recently moved out of my old apt here in Las Vegas, because I couldn't take the noise, state of disrepair of the complex, and complete lack of caring on management's part.
I found a cute, little 1 bed and shared bath over by Whitney Ranch near the mountains, and my rent went from $1100 to now $675 ($775 after utilities). Everything about the house is great, and although the room I have is small, I feel better saving a bunch of money every month.
Fast forward to last week, and now I have the homeowners (who are in the Philippines) texting my roommate and I telling us to not turn the AC down past 76 EVER (again, this is Las Vegas). I told them I would try my best, but it does get hot here, esp since I have the upstairs room.
It was fine when we had 3 people, I could keep the AC at 72. Now that the 3rd person moved out, they're saying we can't put it past 76 because we're not paying enough to cover the utility bill. They even asked my other roommate for MORE money than he owes in the lease.
What should I do here? They can't tell me suffer and be hot and miserable just because they can't rent out their home while they're in the Philippines. I recommended they install solar panels, and they shot it down, saying they can't afford it. Any help or advice would be great thanks.
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2023.06.10 05:38 Only_wish_you_knew How in H.E. Double hockey sticks do you ever get ahead?!

I (30F) am just frustrated. I don’t understand how to even begin to move forward and get ahead. Money is the worst!! I am at a big adult job now and make 65k which is the most I have ever made. It’s awesome and I love my job it does keep me busy but overall it’s great with good people. Every month I pay 3k to bills (rent, child care, utilities) this leaves me with $400-$500 every paycheck, which is the 15th and 30th of every month. I know it seems like a lot but it’s not. I have a husband (41M) who is graveyard and doesn’t make much but gets paid weekly maybe $450-$550 a week and a toddler (4M) who takes a lot of time and money obviously. Car payment is auto take out $288 and second one I try n pay $350 so we aren’t paying $680 all at once. I’ve had to take out a payday loan and it’s been eating at me. Credit cards are maxed out for gas and food and it’s hard to pay them and not use them.
I feel like I’m drowning. We barley have $15-$20 in our account after everything. I guess my question is, does it ever get better? What am I doing wrong to have it so near death every month? What in the world can I do to do better?
I was thinking of a second job but then I would never be with my kid or even sleep. I feel so torn I think I just need some personal advice on how to make it work.
Thanks 😊
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2023.06.10 05:36 hnqn1611 10 Ways You're Wasting Money Without Realizing It

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Most of us work hard for our money, and the last thing we want to do is throw any of it away. Of course, every once in a while, things do come up - like that time you spent more than you intended to, showing your out-of-town friend a great time; Or, when you dipped into your emergency fund to cover a car repair - and this is okay. It’s why building wiggle room into your budget is important. What’s not okay, is throwing away money on unnecessary fees, charges and missed opportunities! Here are a few common ways you’re losing money without realizing it! https://amzn.to/3qCGj7D
Number 1 - Throwing Out Food When you’re throwing food out, you’re wasting money – plain and simple. We’re all guilty of it, even with the best intentions. Food waste is a huge issue in our society, and many people don’t realize the extent of it. It might surprise you to learn that the average U.S. household throws out over $600 worth of food each year. Luckily, there are some simple ways to cut back on wasting food and money. You can start by making weekly grocery lists, and before going to the supermarket, try to see if you don’t already have certain items. It’s also a good idea to organize your cupboards from time to time, because you probably have stuff lying around in there that you aren’t even aware of. And you’ll find that a lot of it has already expired.
Number 2 - Restaurants and Takeout It's one thing to enjoy the occasional meal out, but if you're not careful, eating at restaurants too often can result in a serious waste of money! The average American household spends over $3,000 a year eating out. But did you know that in general, a restaurant’s food price is about three times its wholesale cost? That’s a 300 percent markup! Which means that for every $30 you spend, you're paying $20 extra compared to what it would cost you to make these meals at home. If you’re throwing away loads of money on restaurants and takeout, consider scaling back. Especially if you're struggling to save, or have other financial goals to meet. You don't need to go cold turkey, but if you cut your three restaurant meals a week down to just two, you'll save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.
Number 3 - Bank Fees What’s more annoying than paying to use your own money? Well, that’s exactly what you’re doing when you spend $5 at out-of-network ATM’s. And that’s not the only fee you’ll pay if you’re not careful! Bank accounts can carry a lot of different charges, including overdraft and maintenance fees that could add up to hundreds of dollars a year. The good news is that you can avoid these charges entirely if you commit to better banking habits.
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Number 7 - Skipping Your Research If you want to stop wasting money, comparison shopping is very important. The last thing you want to do is buy some product on sale, and then find out that it’s crap. And this happens to many people regularly because they don’t research. Before you make any purchase, take the time to read reviews and find the best product for a good price. This applies to grocery shopping too. I mean the comparison part. You can usually find the same products at most grocery stores but some of them will charge double the price. Number 8 - Using Coupons Using coupons is one of the simplest ways to save money. But, have you ever stopped to think that you might be wasting money by using them? Your intent is to save money, but how often does this desire backfire and you end up not using the items you bought? Or worse, you didn’t budget for them. Then to add to this, you just fill up your cupboards with junk and create clutter only to find expired products years later. The trick is to simply use coupons for items you actually need or are planning on buying in the first place.
Number 9 - Airline Surcharges Travel fees are a great way to waste money, and they add up quickly. While there are costs that are mandatory, you can skip many by planning ahead. When the day of your flight rolls around, arrive prepared. This is especially important if you’re flying a discount carrier, as they are infamous for tacking on fees for everything from seat assignments to checking in. So bring your own blanket, food, and entertainment. And pack smart. Realistically, you won’t be able to carry on all the time, but there’s no excuse for showing up with oversized or overweight luggage, which can run you anywhere from $25 to $200 on domestic flights. Always check the weight of your luggage before you leave the house!
Number 10 - Keeping Up With The Joneses How many times have you seen something that someone else had, and you instantly wanted it too? We’ve all been there… It’s hard to escape the influence of others who live seemingly wealthy, free-and-easy lifestyles. And it’s really hard to escape the noise of all the advertisers who desperately want us to keep buying more stuff. Sadly, many people live beyond their means. And constantly trying to keep up with others will only lead you to being broke! So, next time you’re tempted by something your friends or neighbors have, take a hard look at your budget. If you don’t have the money for it, perhaps you shouldn’t buy it! So, what do you waste money on? Let us know in the comments below!
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2023.06.10 05:29 Specialist_Yak1236 Moved back in with my family (temporarily). My mother feigns symptoms of various illnesses, is always solemn. It’s rough.

Hi everyone. I am 23/F.
I am moving across the country to pursue a graduate degree with my partner next month. Our landlord cut our lease early (inconveniently before our move) so I am staying with my family and he is staying with a close friend until our move.
There is quite a lot to unpack here so I am going to bullet point a few details.
•My biological father and my mother are not together. They have not interacted in many years. Every time I talk to my mom for more than a few minutes (every. single. time.) the topic of my dad and how much he destroyed her comes up. She always says “but it’s not your fault” while simultaneously making me feel like being born was my fault.
• My mom is married to my stepdad who I love very much. My stepdad is very well off. They have a 5 bedroom house and the only other person living there is my 19 year old sister. Stepdad pays mortgage, medical bills, everything. Although they are well off, they completely stopped financially supporting me at 18 besides money here and there for birthdays etc.
•When I told my mom I may need a place to stay temporarily, she hesitated. “Well your stepdad is already doing so much to take care of me. I have a very timed schedule with all of my appointments. I’m just not sure if it would be an easy adjustment for everyone.” I mentioned a room I could stay in at the house, she was like “But that’s my zen room with my massage chair. I need access to my medical things at all times.“
• My moms entire life consists of going to every local doctors office, having labs done, complaining that said doctors never listen to her, obsessing over her extensive list of illnesses, and being solemn or “exhausted” around the house.
LIST OF HER ILLNESSES:
lyme disease • chronic lyme disease • sceloroderma • chronic autoimmune anemia •encephalitis • enterovirus • meningitis • pericarditis • anoxic brain damage • vaccine injury •drug induced parkinsons • herx reactions • fibromyalgia • liver disease • cytokine storms • dysautonomia • staph infection • coxsachie virus • mast cell activation • rupture of heart sac • chronic epilepsy • blind • going deaf • PAN/PANDAS • “Quetiapine Induced Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia” • TBI on various parts of skull and brain stem • cysts as large as ovaries on each ovary • crush injury / compartment syndrome • neuroleptic malignant syndrome • “cervix totally towards right, over thigh bone” • “belly distended” • “cyst on top of pelvic stents”• “neutrophilia is back• “small cyst on spleen”• “stage one alzheimer’s”
Ever since I started staying at the house, my stepdad and sister have been fine. I help out, I do chores, I make my own food. I just wish I had my mothers support and attention before my move. I wish she received help.
My stepdad has tried to intervene, but she demonizes anyone who “shames” her for being sick or doubts her illnesses. She has completely cut off friends and family for doubting her.
Every time I see my mom at home, she can’t even smile at me. She doesn’t ask about my day. She frequently will come into the room i am in and take medicine in front of me, groan, and then leave.
What do I do?????
Thank you for listening.
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2023.06.10 05:26 bemeliz Ex didn't pay last internet bill that's in my name.

I (25F) got a past due letter from Frontier Internet about the address I moved out of when I lived with my ex(26M). He still lives there, and I moved out as soon as I broke up with him. It took a little time to get situated after the breakup, but I knew I needed to get all utilities out of my name. He dragged the process along and didn't communicate much. Was finally able to get it canceled when he said the complex was getting spectrum. So all he had to do was pay the last bill and return the equipment. It took him like 2 months just to return the equipment (dropping it off at UPS), but I didn't see any remaining amount due, so I assumed he paid it. Could've probably returned from insufficient funds or something, I'm not sure. The letter I got states that if it's not paid within a week, it's going to collections. It was turned off in March or April (I can't remember), and the last payment received was 3/1. Now June, it's months past due and $107. I can't afford to pay it, and I'm trying to pay down my own overwhelming debt. I'm not trying to have a collection added for something I thought was taken care of. Is there anything I can do?
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2023.06.10 05:24 DocWatson42 The American Health Care System

This thread is about the recurring topic on Reddit.
My lists are always being updated and expanded when new information comes in—what did I miss or am I unaware of (even if the thread predates my membership in Reddit), and what needs correction? Even (especially) if I get a subreddit or date wrong. (Note that, other than the quotation marks, the thread titles are "sic". I only change the quotation marks to match the standard usage (double to single, etc.) when I add my own quotation marks around the threads' titles.)
The lists are in absolute ascending chronological order by the posting date, and if need be the time of the initial post, down to the minute (or second, if required—there's at least one example of this, somewhere). The dates are in DD MMMM YYYY format per personal preference, and times are in US Eastern Time ("ET") since that's how they appear to me, and I'm not going to go to the trouble of converting to another time zone. They are also in twenty-four hour format, as that's what I prefer, and it saves the trouble and confusion of a.m. and p.m. Where the same user posts the same request to different subreddits, I note the user's name in order to indicate that I am aware of the duplication.
For information on the American health care system (pre–Affordable Care Act (ACA)/Obamacare) compared to those of a selection of other developed nations, see:
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2023.06.10 05:24 Iredditbeforesumwere I [40M] feel like I’m basically raising my 2 kids and [38F] wife

We’ve been married for 9 years and let me start by saying, I entered into this relationship knowing it would be difficult. When we met, I was a young professional and my now wife was a bartender. She’s now a 3rd grade teacher.
We have a 5 year old and 2.5 year old. She’s never taken the kids to the park or anywhere really, I take them always. I play outside with them and we go on walks and fun places but often it’s just me and the kids. Honestly in the past 5 years, I have had not a single weekend of me by myself.
She has not cooked a meal in years. I cook 3 times a week and the other days I pickup food for us or take us out.
I pay all the bills and handle finances. I have to pay her dr bills for her else they don’t get paid. Same thing with credit cards and car payment etc.
I take the kids to all their dr apts, to the dentist, to urgent care when needed.
I do all the dishes, I do all vacuuming. I clean all the bathrooms etc. she will do some laundry occasionally but usually it’s me also.
I do all the grocery shopping, all the trips to the store for random things.
I also handle all kid duties, when they wake up at night, I’m the only one that gets up, haven’t slept a fulll night in years and yet here my wife is sleeping every night.
She gets mad that the kids don’t want her to put them down at night and is jealous of the love they show me but when I try to tell her that she’s basically absent she denies it.
She honestly has no self reliant skills and is a constant complainer to the point I feel like she’s my 3rd child.
Help!
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2023.06.10 05:19 Slow-Yesterday-2278 Am I wrong

For context, I am the youngest of five children. I have a 33 yr old sister, 32 year old sister, and a 29 year old sister, and a twin brother. I am currently 22. All of my life, my second oldest sister (T) has always been a bully. Growing up she would hit me or say the most outlandish things to me and when I would respond or lash out she would lie and say she did nothing wrong and that I’m overreacting. Her and all of my other siblings including my mom would then group together and talk about me and try to tell me why I’m wrong rather than correcting her behavior especially since she’s so much older than me. Now examples of times where in recent years she has behaved totally unacceptable would be when I was I was in high school and I was being bullied and harassed very badly by a group of girls who were spreading rumors about me around school calling me a hoe. As if that wasn’t traumatic enough my sister felt the need to call me all sorts of hoes and sluts at home and consistently sexualize me and say things that suggested I was overly sexually active which isn’t true. I never commented on it or retaliated because I was so depressed with everything going on at school and it honestly made me feel worse knowing my own sister felt that way about me. I wasn’t even having sex I was literally a virgin and I was just so tired of everyone’s assumptions and constant verbal attacks. Not to mention, she body shames me. One time I was trying on this dress and she looks at me and says you should wear shape wear and I’m like no thanks I just want to be comfortable so she persist I need to wear to shape wear and I remain polite and say I’m not interested. She then snaps at me and goes well you look sloppy and you need to put it on to look presentable because nobody wants to see you looking sloppy. So at this point I lose my shit because I’m so tired of her constant nagging. She then goes on and lies to my other sister who knew of nothing that happened and said “she just cussed me out and all I suggested was shape-wear” she never tells the full truth. Not to mention, this past summer after my nieces birthday party, her and the rest of our younger cousins were playing the video game and my niece got upset and was kinda of throwing a fit and my sister took it upon herself to literally snatch my niece by her arm and scream in her face. So I intervened and yelled at my sister because her behavior was unacceptable she could’ve seriously harmed that child with the force she used not to mention that isn’t her daughter it’s my others sister daughter. She then lied to everyone and said she didn’t yank her up and scream in her face and that I was overacting. Fast forward this past Tuesday I came home from work and my sister was over the house. I greeted her and sat down to eat my dinner. So as I’m eating, my sister looks at me and screams “can you stop eating your food so loudly your getting on my nerves and I’m sick of it” so I ask her to please leave me alone because I hadn’t done anything to her. She then started to berate me and scream in my face that she could say whatever she wanted so I get up to leave and as I’m leaving the room she starts screaming at me that I’m crazy and unhinged and needs therapy mind you she started with me first. So I told her it was funny that she’s always judging me for struggling with anxiety and depression yet she takes mood stabilizing medication with no forms of therapy and that pills aren’t going to help her. So at this point I’m extremely emotional because this type of behavior has been occurring my whole life and I just snapped and told everyone about themselves. I brought up all the times she had called me hoes and all the times she put me down and how it’s not okay and she immediately went into victim mode and lied and said she never said that. Then my mom takes her side and says I’m lying on her which just ticked me off. My mother is also an asshole. She never did anything to protect me as a child. She never stopped my sister from bullying me and she’s always invalidated my feelings. My mom even went as far as to tell me the things I’ve been through weren’t trauma when I was released from the hospital for attempted suicide two years ago then whenever I bring up how her saying that hurt me she would say “I never said that, you can’t think properly because your mentally ill and your thoughts are mixed up” they treat me like I’m stupid or slow and can’t understand what’s being done to me. They’re gaslighting me. My mom even went as far as to befriend one of my high school bullies and when I confronted her about it her only response was “I need to leave” while fake crying. She never explained why she needed to befriend someone who harassed me. Also I’m the only child out of all of her kids that has stepped up to the plate to help her. I buy groceries pay bills buy household items things none of her other kids did when living at home and it’s never enough for her. She complains about the kind of groceries I buy or constantly hounds me for money when I’m only working a part time job right now because I just graduated from college. She didn’t even come to the ceremony or say I’m proud of you. She completely drains me of my money I can’t even save for law school like I need too. Not to mention, my mother never protected me from my brother who was molesting me when we were children she knew because I told her but always let me take the fall and get yelled at by older sisters for being mean to my brother as a child but I was frustrated that I was being violated and no one would help. After so much abuse and mistreatment from them I’m starting to hate them which is sad. I came to the conclusion that no amount of talking with them will help because they see no behavior with their actions it’s always me against everyone. I want to leave but I’m not financially stable right now I’m just over them and I’ve wiped my hands clean.
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2023.06.10 05:17 kingskwid Beneficiary stole money from rep-payee account

It’s a long story, so to shorten it: the beneficiary somehow in some way transferred money via ACH from the rep-payee account to her own personal account.
I’m an organizational rep-payee and have spent hours working on fixing this. I met with her today and though she wasn’t cooperative, I was able to confirm without a doubt that yes: she is “stealing” the money.
My question is basically: what happens next? I know it’s legally her money, but also know that she’s not allowed to have access to it due to her lack of ability to manage her own funds. She basically self exploited herself because now I can’t pay any of her bills.
I plan on reporting the transactions as fraudulent if I’m able, but I need to know more about what happens following this situation. She received the money that was hers, just without my permission and refuses to give it back. Will SSA care? Does anyone have a similar situation?
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2023.06.10 05:14 Admirable-Usual-9624 Any cash value referrals you could send my way?

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2023.06.10 05:13 hnqn1611 13 Signs You Are Suffering From Too Much Stress

13 Signs You Are Suffering From Too Much Stress
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13 Signs You Are Suffering From Too Much Stress
Unless you’re a millionaire, you probably stress about all kinds of things, and most of the time, it’s over money. That’s not to say millionaires don’t stress, but they usually stress about how to make even more or they fear losing it all. Of course there are many other things that also cause stress but shit imagine if you didn’t have to worry about bills, school, and work and you could just do whatever you want all the time because you never had to worry about money. Anyways… Feelings of anxiety and tension probably get you at some point just about every day and stress is an emotional issue because it’s the way your body responds to what it perceives as an acute threat. The nervous system releases adrenaline and cortisol which are both stress hormones. People often don’t realize they’re stressed out and they minimize the stress they’re under and the effect it has. Now, in this video, you're not gonna learn to become rich, but the good news is that you can train yourself to spot the signs of too much stress before it becomes a chronic health problem. Sometimes, physical signs of stress are mistaken to be symptoms of some other issue, so pay attention to what your body is trying to tell you.
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Number 1 - Forgetfulness If you find yourself forgetting to do things lately, like forgetting to lock the front door or flush the toilet, you probably don’t have Alzheimer’s but it can be much more than a silly accident. Stress and anxiety can mess with your head and result in decrease in concentration and this can cause forgetfulness. Ongoing stress can shrink parts of your brain that are responsible for emotion, memory and your nervous system. The best way to fight this symptom is to exercise and everything will return to normal once your stress goes away.
Number 2 - Weight Gain Around The Waistline When you’re overstressed, your habits change, including your diet. If you find yourself eating and drinking more, this will result in weight gain. The “stress hormone” Cortisol plays a role in the fight-or-flight response, which is the physiological loop that gears your body up to fight against danger, or to run for your life. This is vital when faced with immediate danger, but increases in cortisol also occur in response to chronic, everyday stress. When cortisol is too high for too long, it can increase the amount of fat you hold in your belly. So, if your jeans don’t fit anymore even though you exercise regularly, stress is likely the cause, and it’s time to combine a healthier diet with stress management.
Number 3 - Stomach Aches Your nervous system is tightly linked to your digestive system and stress can interfere with this connection. If you just had a taco and your stomach is a mess, then just head over to the toilet. But if it happens often, and you aren’t on a taco diet, it might be stress. That uneasiness you feel in your belly, might be more than what you just ate. You can try over-the-counter pills, but the best natural way to deal with this symptom is to exercise.
Number 4 - Sore Jaw During the day, you’re ok, but then at night while you’re sleeping, you could be grinding your teeth. You don’t know it’s happening until you wake up, but then damn… you feel that sore jaw. Now, if you have a black eye complimenting your sore jaw and no recollection of the night before, then you probably ended up in a situation that you wouldn’t have if it weren’t for your drunk ass. Otherwise, it could be stress. It’s very common to grind your teeth when you’re stressing, and this is really bad stuff because it can lead to tooth damage and cracked teeth. It’s best to visit a dentist to see if there’s anything you can do. Usually they’ll give you a mouth guard for grinding.
Number 5 - Back Pain The fight-or-flight response to stress increases your blood pressure and speeds up your heart rate, and the stress hormones tighten the muscles. This can be very painful. Move as much as you can. If you have a desk job, get up every half an hour to stretch and walk around. If you have a shitty job where your boss is breathing down your neck constantly and you can’t afford to take a quick break for a stretch every 30 minutes, well, what can I say, perhaps it’s time to find a better job.
Number 6 - Constipation You feel like you need to go but it just doesn’t come out. Well, it’s probably not the tacos. Perhaps you could try to eat some in this case. But the cause is likely stress and this time you need magnesium. Stress hormone production requires high levels of magnesium, and stressful experiences lead to depletion of this mineral. In addition, if you’ve been eating loads of sugar, this could be further depleting your magnesium levels. Magnesium is often referred to as the “calming mineral” because it affects the way the brain and muscles relax during stress. And this includes the digestive tract. So, you gotta do what you gotta do, and try eating some more spinach, quinoa, almonds and cashews - and cut down on the sugar.
Number 7 - Cracked Lips or Sore Mouth This is a classic sign of vitamin B deficiency because B vitamins are necessary for extracting energy from the carbs, protein and fat we consume every day. When you stress, you use a lot of energy and the vitamin gets used up. B6 especially, plays a key role in our bodies producing the happy hormones serotonin and dopamine which are responsible for our mood, and melatonin which controls sleep. Eat more foods that are rich in Vitamin B6, such as bananas, leafy green vegetables, spinach, and potatoes.
Number 8 - Sleeping Too Much Snoozing and stress go hand in hand. Stressful situations and feeling stressed over an extended period of time can really mess with your sleep cycle and daytime alertness. It’s possible that what you are experiencing is your brain subconsciously making you sleep longer in order to avoid daytime stressors. Or, the stress is disrupting your sleep so the hours of shut eye you get are less restful, causing you to wake up tired. While a good night's sleep is essential for health, consistent oversleeping has been linked to a host of medical problems, including diabetes and heart disease. Practicing good sleep hygiene will help you get a healthy seven to eight hours of sleep each night, and experts recommend keeping the same bedtimes and wake times every day. They also recommend avoiding caffeine and alcohol close to bedtime. Exercising regularly and making your bedroom a comfortable environment can also help you get the amount of sleep you need.
Number 9 - Weird Dreams All The Time Strange dreams or even the same ones every night can be a symptom of stress. They make you feel anxious and on the edge. If you normally don’t dream (or don’t remember your dreams) and now all of a sudden it’s the opposite, try to figure out what’s changed in your life and if there’s anything that adds stress to your day. It could be the trigger.
Number 10 - Can’t Fall Asleep If you’re having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, and you know that the cause it’s not caffeine, it’s time to do something about your stress levels. Stress can also lead to insomnia and then you can’t sleep at all. According to studies, stress increases the chances of that happening by 19%. When you’re worried, your nervous system doesn't shut down and you can’t sleep. Your brain stays hyperactive with no chance of resting. Try to spend some time "winding down." A person with insomnia needs a "buffer zone," a period of time to allow the activating processes in the brain to wind down. This allows the alerting mechanisms to decrease their activity so that the sleep systems can take over. Start winding down two hours before bedtime. Stop all work and end phone calls, and get off the computer. Instead, watch a light movie, read a book or listen to some calm music.
Number 11 - Can’t Concentrate Do you feel like you thrive under tight deadlines and tense situations? Maybe you do, but most of us don’t. I know I don’t. And even if you do, it doesn’t last. Chemicals in your brain help you stay focused for a while producing adrenaline that enhances your senses. But the more time you spend doing this, the more damage you’re causing. Too much adrenaline for long durations will make your brain notice and feel every little thing, making you distracted. So, instead of dwelling on a problem you can't solve, get your mind off it for a while. Shift your focus. Try whatever works for you, whether it's yoga, deep breathing, meditation, or just having a good laugh with a friend. The goal is to occupy yourself with a pleasant task. This will provide the energy to regroup later.
Number 12 - You Obsess Over Your Problems You can’t seem to get your mind off things, regardless of what it is. Whether it’s financial worries, relationship issues or whatever. This is a warning sign that stress is taking over your life. With excessive worrying, your mind and body go into overdrive as you constantly focus on "what might happen." But, you won’t be able to find a solution until you detach yourself from your problems and think more objectively. You need to think about how you can stop the stress. Set aside 15 minutes each day where you allow yourself to focus on problems and fears -- and then vow to let them go after the 15 minutes is up. Some people wear a rubber band on their wrist and "snap" the rubber band if they find themselves going into their "worry mode." Do whatever works for you!
Number 13 - Your Patience Is Wearing Thin Finding yourself becoming less patient with everyone around you, including people you actually care about, is often one of the first signs that stress is slowly starting to get to you. We often displace our anger and anxiety, taking it out on those nearby as a way of ensuring it gets expressed in some way, and this can do far more harm than good. If you’re snapping at people or feeling annoyed when in their company, let them know that you are stressed and consider that you might need to ask for help coping with stress. If any of these symptoms sound painfully familiar, it’s time to figure out exactly what is stressing you out and how you can deal with it effectively. Long term stress is detrimental to your mental and physical health, so it’s important to take care of yourself. It may be an unavoidable part of life, but there are healthy ways to manage stress and minimize its side effects. Examples include exercise such as walking, running, yoga or meditation; eating a healthy diet; and whenever possible, eliminating the source of the stress. If you wanna stress less, subscribe to our channel, and let us know in the comments below, what stresses you out the most?!
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2023.06.10 05:13 ArtisticProfessor700 The ADHD tax strikes again today.

So all I want to do is live simply, within my means, and never overspend.
Me and my wife have been sharing a car I got a good deal on for about a year now, which is good given my inability (thus far) to keep a job. I got the car when I had a job, so I was approved a small loan and it came out to being a good deal of which I'm proud. I'm proud of being frugal and finding reliable transportation for my wife and I. I wish I can pay cash for vehicle, but have never had employment long enough (and simultaneously gotten paid enough) to save up a few thousand for a cheap and reliable car.
Recently I found myself a new job and they wanted me to start asap. This job requires me and my wife to travel in different directions on our commutes, at conflicting times, so this new job is requiring us to have another vehicle.
One thing to keep in mind is this job is coming right in the nic of time. Although my disabilities have kept me from keeping a job more than 6 months (burnout quits and many firings), I have never qualified for disability.
My wife works, but doesn't make enough for both of us, so this job is saving our butts from being homeless. I'm grateful for it and I hope I can keep it.
All this being said, given the fact that I don't have paystubs, my income to debt is already high, and my wife and I have bad credit (from things like medical bills going to collections because I can't keep a job)... I was forced, or felt forced, to go to a "buy here pay here" lot and bought a car valued at $5k for $10k with a 16% interest rate, (term 2 years), so I'm going to end up paying over $15k for $5k car.
It feels terrible, but I felt like I had no other choice.
Not being able to keep a job has caused me to only prioritize rent, food, and medications, so I have no savings and I've gone into collections for things like an emergency room visit, a storage unit, a cancer screening, a dentist visit, and maybe an asthma clinic visit or 2. I also definitely do not pay on my student loans, there's absolutely no way I can pay school loans given how hard it's been to make ends meet.
Anyways, despite my best intentions to be ultra frugal, I've basically plummeted myself 15k in debt and it feels terrible, especially knowing the car is barely worth $5k.
The ADHD tax is high with this one.
I really do just want to work my job without stress of losing it and live frugally so I don't have to stress about mounting debt, but I guess that's a bit of a pipe dream.
Any positive words from the sub? :)
Have a nice weekend!
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2023.06.10 05:11 Slow-Yesterday-2278 Am I wrong?

For context, I am the youngest of five children. I have a 33 yr old sister, 32 year old sister, and a 29 year old sister, and a twin brother. I am currently 22. All of my life, my second oldest sister (T) has always been a bully. Growing up she would hit me or say the most outlandish things to me and when I would respond or lash out she would lie and say she did nothing wrong and that I’m overreacting. Her and all of my other siblings including my mom would then group together and talk about me and try to tell me why I’m wrong rather than correcting her behavior especially since she’s so much older than me. Now examples of times where in recent years she has behaved totally unacceptable would be when I was I was in high school and I was being bullied and harassed very badly by a group of girls who were spreading rumors about me around school calling me a hoe. As if that wasn’t traumatic enough my sister felt the need to call me all sorts of hoes and sluts at home and consistently sexualize me and say things that suggested I was overly sexually active which isn’t true. I never commented on it or retaliated because I was so depressed with everything going on at school and it honestly made me feel worse knowing my own sister felt that way about me. I wasn’t even having sex I was literally a virgin and I was just so tired of everyone’s assumptions and constant verbal attacks. Not to mention, she body shames me. One time I was trying on this dress and she looks at me and says you should wear shape wear and I’m like no thanks I just want to be comfortable so she persist I need to wear to shape wear and I remain polite and say I’m not interested. She then snaps at me and goes well you look sloppy and you need to put it on to look presentable because nobody wants to see you looking sloppy. So at this point I lose my shit because I’m so tired of her constant nagging. She then goes on and lies to my other sister who knew of nothing that happened and said “she just cussed me out and all I suggested was shape-wear” she never tells the full truth. Not to mention, this past summer after my nieces birthday party, her and the rest of our younger cousins were playing the video game and my niece got upset and was kinda of throwing a fit and my sister took it upon herself to literally snatch my niece by her arm and scream in her face. So I intervened and yelled at my sister because her behavior was unacceptable she could’ve seriously harmed that child with the force she used not to mention that isn’t her daughter it’s my others sister daughter. She then lied to everyone and said she didn’t yank her up and scream in her face and that I was overacting. Fast forward this past Tuesday I came home from work and my sister was over the house. I greeted her and sat down to eat my dinner. So as I’m eating, my sister looks at me and screams “can you stop eating your food so loudly your getting on my nerves and I’m sick of it” so I ask her to please leave me alone because I hadn’t done anything to her. She then started to berate me and scream in my face that she could say whatever she wanted so I get up to leave and as I’m leaving the room she starts screaming at me that I’m crazy and unhinged and needs therapy mind you she started with me first. So I told her it was funny that she’s always judging me for struggling with anxiety and depression yet she takes mood stabilizing medication with no forms of therapy and that pills aren’t going to help her. So at this point I’m extremely emotional because this type of behavior has been occurring my whole life and I just snapped and told everyone about themselves. I brought up all the times she had called me hoes and all the times she put me down and how it’s not okay and she immediately went into victim mode and lied and said she never said that. Then my mom takes her side and says I’m lying on her which just ticked me off. My mother is also an asshole. She never did anything to protect me as a child. She never stopped my sister from bullying me and she’s always invalidated my feelings. My mom even went as far as to tell me the things I’ve been through weren’t trauma when I was released from the hospital for attempted suicide two years ago then whenever I bring up how her saying that hurt me she would say “I never said that, you can’t think properly because your mentally ill and your thoughts are mixed up” they treat me like I’m stupid or slow and can’t understand what’s being done to me. They’re gaslighting me. My mom even went as far as to befriend one of my high school bullies and when I confronted her about it her only response was “I need to leave” while fake crying. She never explained why she needed to befriend someone who harassed me. Also I’m the only child out of all of her kids that has stepped up to the plate to help her. I buy groceries pay bills buy household items things none of her other kids did when living at home and it’s never enough for her. She complains about the kind of groceries I buy or constantly hounds me for money when I’m only working a part time job right now because I just graduated from college. She didn’t even come to the ceremony or say I’m proud of you. She completely drains me of my money I can’t even save for law school like I need too. Not to mention, my mother never protected me from my brother who was molesting me when we were children she knew because I told her but always let me take the fall and get yelled at by older sisters for being mean to my brother as a child but I was frustrated that I was being violated and no one would help. After so much abuse and mistreatment from them I’m starting to hate them which is sad. I came to the conclusion that no amount of talking with them will help because they see no behavior with their actions it’s always me against everyone. I want to leave but I’m not financially stable right now I’m just over them and I’ve wiped my hands clean.
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2023.06.10 05:06 KnittingAndMusic I'm feeling really let down and blindsided about a job.

Just finished working as a campaign staffer for a provincial election. I thought I had a guaranteed job in the office afterward - I was really clear that was my end goal. Talked about it. Was led to believe it would be a shoo-in.
Apparently, I'm not the right "fit". I guess I screwed some stuff up - but no one told me. No one mentioned anything. No one said anything until I asked them for a reference. And apparently, I'm not ready for an honest conversation, so they won't tell me what I did wrong.
I've been crying for 4 hours. This was supposed to be the chance at stability. I gave them 9 months of working on this and 80+ hours a week for a month. I'm feeling so angry and blindsided. I'm wondering what I missed. I'm wondering if I missed some body language or phrasing or something. I'm just so angry.
Anyone else felt like this? Any advice? Because now I don't have enough to pay the bills and I don't know what I'm going to do since I thought I had it and didn't apply for anything else full-time.
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2023.06.10 05:03 endlesscycle-x My addiction costed me $660,000K.

I have experienced a significant loss of $660,000 in my lifetime. Unfortunately, I haven't learned from my past mistakes. After filing for a consumer proposal once before, I found myself in deep financial trouble once again, leading me to file for a second consumer proposal. Currently, I am five months into the process, making monthly payments of $650 for the next five years.
I was given a second chance to start fresh and simply pay my bills, avoid gambling, and start saving for the future. However, I regretfully confess that I squandered every paycheck after taking care of my obligations. This reckless behavior led to me overdrawing my bank account and borrowing money from friends and family, accumulating a total debt of 20k within 5 months from my recent consumer proposal.
At present, my bank account is maxed out in overdraft, leaving me without a single dollar to my name. I won't receive my next paycheck until next week, and my gas tank is almost empty. I have been feeling hungry for the past few days, resorting to eating whatever crumbs I can find around the house. This addiction has pushed me to the edge, and I acknowledge that I have no one to blame but myself.
Some of you may be familiar with the emotions I am about to describe. It's the feeling of hiding away from your love ones, gambling your life away on your phone or computer, while pretending you’re just playing a game or working. Deposit after deposit, attempting to recover losses, and even when I have a lucky hit, the urge to bet even higher and to try and win bigger takes over. Unfortunately, it never turns out that way, and I end up losing everything and more. I vividly remember a time when I was up $80K, only to lose it all within three days.
I have gone too far. It has become a pattern where I cannot stop until I hit $0, deposit more funds, and repeat the cycle. It's only when the casino rejects my deposit due to maxed out overdraft or credit card that I snap back to reality, realizing the crazy magnitude of my actions.
After each losing session, I find it difficult to function properly. I isolate myself, feeling depressed and anxious about how I will survive with no money until the next payday. This destructive habit is exhausting, and although I repeatedly tell myself I need to stop, the pattern repeats itself once payday arrives.
I am aware of self-exclusion, game bans, and attending GA meetings as tools to help break free from this addiction. However, deep down, I understand that if I truly want to gamble, nothing will stand in my way. It's an endless cycle, and I know the only way to break free starts from within. I hope today will be my last time that I’ll ever make another deposit, I pray for myself and each one of you to overcome this addiction that’s holding us back from enjoying the daily true meaning of life..
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2023.06.10 04:58 Jehbeee What should I do

Hi everyone. Looking for advice (not financial advice) and guidance.
I’m 23M, nearly 24 soon.
My parents are going to gift me a property in Sydney that is valued at around a few million, I didn’t ask for it they have no use for it so they might as well give it to me (yes the stamp duty and capital gains tax will both be very high unless I’m added as a beneficiary? I will need to seek legal advice). This could be my PPOR or investment property (haven’t decided yet but most likely an investment property as Im in no rush to get a PPOR yet).
I’m looking to get 2 more investment properties as I have a decent amount saved (6 figures).
I’m working FT and still living at home at the moment but I pay all the bills anyway.
I have no debt except HECS. I’m single and have no kids. Yes I can pay off the HECS debt but I see no benefit paying it off early and would rather use that capital to invest in something with decent returns.
I’m also looking to start my own business hopefully soon as well and also looking to invest in stocks/crypto/ETFs as I don’t have much invested in that space yet.
Should I keep building my property portfolio or what are other ways I can be financially free ASAP?
Should I leverage the property that I have 100% equity to borrow more and buy more properties?
What other ways can I invest my money and get decent returns besides property and stocks?
For those that have been successful or have FIRE’d, what would you do if you were my age again?
I definitely don’t want to work 9-5 till I’m 67 that’s for sure!
Thanks!
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2023.06.10 04:58 lubedupchicken Need help finding where to start

I'm interested in developing a passive stream of income to help pay my bills and I have no clue where I should start. The job I have now doesn't pay enough but through it I get free health care and I feel trapped. I've tried applying for other jobs but I never heard back for them. Im irritated because of this and am ready to try to start doing something about it. I don't have any real skills but I'm willing to learn. Im hoping that within 6 months i can be earning at least $200-$300 a month. If anybody could give me some helpful advice I would greatly appreciate it
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