I've always been curious about what the 2 termites did on Noah's Ark.
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It's the Beatles announcement. /barf
Don't think anybody mentioned Dvorak's New World Symphony yet, which is one of my favorites.
It's my 5th year of college and for the first time I'm commuting. It has its pros and cons for sure. I think I enjoy college more knowing that I can completely leave downtown and go back home.
My commute takes about 35 minutes one-way. For commuters, how long is your drive and do you like being a commuter or no?
If the food requires fisting I'm staying the hell away from it. That's just...uncivilized. But when I have tacos for dinner I don't use my hands.
I think it's the smartest thing to do. There's no reason why you should paythousands of dollars more at a 4 year school for the samegeneral ed credits. And I've found that even if you were a fantastic student in high school if you get a high GPA at a 2 year you can prob even get accepted to a better 4 year than out of high school.
I feel like chiming in because some of this is making me concerned. First of all, without going into detail I'm just gonna say I can relate to this stuff, I have a psychology background, and I've been to therapists.
My advice would be to see a therapist and not a psychiatrist. Psychiatry is medical, you seem like you have emotional problems. The one thing that is really bothering my though is that you're claiming that you have a personality disorder. So you're saying that your core being, your personality, is defected. That is SOOOO wrong. It sounds like you have self esteem issues, some emotional hardships that need to be worked through with the help of a therapist, and just plain growing up and maturing. Nothing that you mentioned sounds especially abnormal. Everyone is insecure, don't believe that you have some permanent problem with your personality. Nobody is wired to feel like crap and hate themselves and doubt themselves.
Stay away from psychiatrists and their pill dispensers and find a therapist that you feel comfortable with and can trust so you can get some of these emotions out and learn to appreciate yourself the way you are. You need to get out of the mindset that the personality that you have needs to be changed.
I would look into Physical Therapy. You can do Sports medicine, know about nutrition, and the job involves you being on your feet a lot.
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