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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-03 22:59:32
ID: 61213
I think I may be sensitive to FODMAPs. The dumb thing is, I don't want to give them up. I kind of don't really care about the bloating much because I like those foods too much to give them up. I know, I'm pathetic.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-01 04:20:34
ID: 61132
In response to a confession. I live in a pretty small town, but we have a Kroger and Target, and both have plastic bag recycling bins. It blows my mind that the rest of the country doesn't do this. And I'm in one of those backwards, flyover states. At least we're ahead of the game when it comes to recycling.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-30 21:36:45
ID: 61156
So far so good with my Talkspace therapist. I was matched up the day I signed up which was a relief since my regular MH provider never got back to me. If anyone's interested in checking it out, here's a discount code summer65 for a $65 discount. If anyone is struggling out there, I'm sending you hugs.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-30 14:00:37
ID: 61153
I guess I don’t look at my face very closely, lol. I noticed in a couple of recent photos that it looked like I had eye makeup smudged and in a couple others, I thought they were wrinkles.....turns out, it’s stray eyebrows that are practically growing around my whole eye socket....they’re all the way down to my cheek bones. They seem too light to tweeze. I’m not sure if I want to put depilatory near my eyes. Waxing? Haven’t really looked into anything yet, but thought it was kinda funny.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 13:42:21
ID: 61142
I live in a city that banned single-use plastic bags. It's really not hard to bring your own. It was a pain at the beginning because it was easy to forget them. But now it's second nature. One thing that people don't think about though is that it has increased the shoplifting rate. People use their bags to carry groceries and things around the store, and then just walk out. Some stores have had to get rid of the hand basket things because people who forget their bags or aren't from here get so pissed about having to pay for bags that they refuse to pay and use them to carry groceries to their car, and then just take the basket too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 11:15:01
ID: 61139
i think i've hit my "rock bottom" weight wise. so little of my clothing fits me now that it's no exaggeration when i say that i have nothing to wear. even my "fat clothes" (leggings and oversized tops) are too snug now. Too scared to weigh myself but if i had to guess, i'd say that i've probably gained at least 80lbs over the past few years. i hate myself for getting this way but i need to make some drastic changes now or else things will only get worse.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 00:53:26
ID: 61133
I'm trying out Talkspace for online therapy. My sister has used it for years and seems to benefit from it. I hope it helps me get some relief from being too much in my own head.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 22:34:44
ID: 61126
If we really wanted to cut back on plastic bag usage, all they would have to do would be to make stores charge people a nickel for the plastic bags. I can guarantee you I would always be bringing my cloth totes if I knew I'd have to buy the bags otherwise.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 18:56:06
ID: 61120
In response to a confession. Some things on this site just instantly make me laugh. This is one of them. Pin a rose on your nose, op.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 08:37:54
ID: 61117
In response to a confession. I don't know where you live, but I've been going to Aldi for years. There are two stores in my immediate area, and I can't really recall seeing any "low-class" people - especially considering that one of the stores is in an upper-middle class town. You don't pay for the cart, you "rent" it. Putting a quarter in gives people the incentive to return the carts to the stalls to get their .25 back, instead of leaving them all over the parking lot (some regular stores in my area do that too). Not having baggers cuts down on costs, which trickles down to the consumer, so you're encouraged to bring your own. If not, you can buy some for cheap. Big deal. I shop there bc I eat a lot of produce, and theirs is brought in fresh every day, they have great prices on organics, and since it's a German company, I have access to my favorite European snacks. I love it.
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