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Peter Plann The Fireman posts on 8/24/2015 2:22:54 PM
Stop playing the blame game. Jobs do not find you. You need to find a job. The best job in the world will fail to employ you without your own total willingness to be in work. There will never be a best time to get a job. The time is now. Don't hope to be discovered. Sell yourself. Ignore your feelings totally. The responsibility rests with you, not the welfare office, or potential employers, or your parents, or anything else, to get you into full-time paid work. If you think you can't, you don't really want to. You have a free will, and your actions and the results you get will always be a clear reflection of your free will decisions. Do not send out an unattractive resume, because that will merely be a reflection of your mixed feelings about committing to work. Understand that your feelings of inferiority about your worth as an employee ultimately stem from an unwillingness to commit totally to working - not the other way around. Getting a job is like completing a jigsaw where there is only you in the room with that jigsaw. It needs to come from you. Tell your employers what they need to hear about you to employ you, and stop giving yourself the escape route from work that comes from presenting yourself as an unsuitable candidate. A job application is a commitment to sustained effort and obedience to a potential employer. Let your application be your first day on the job, not an opt-out clause for your employers. Burn your bridges. Excuses are refusals to do the necessaries. Forget improving your education, or learning to drive, or getting married, or getting drunk, as your first step. Commit now to getting into work. Write a CV that shines, and makes people desire to employ you. It's not about hiding gaps in your employment history, it's about your level of intent to work in the first place.
Just accept that you have a free will. You are not bound by your circumstances. Your circumstances are an alibi for your level of willingness.
t posts on 8/24/2015 8:21:23 AM
RE: Cheating oil man. You're merely finding new places to drill, heh heh.
Greig buchannan posts on 8/24/2015 8:18:23 AM
i have cheated on my wife so many times , I just can't help myself. I work away in the oil industry and everyone cheats. Am I wrong.
EJ posts on 7/9/2014 8:15:03 PM
I have borderline personality disorder that's being left untreated because I can't afford professional help. I feel low and empty, I can't focus on anything. I keep having delusions of abandonment and I feel like this sadness has gotten into my bones. Like on a hot summers night and you can sleep, you'd do anything to cool down but all you can feel is the sweat clinging to your skin and itching, it's not going away. It won't leave you alone. That's what it's like, this sadness is eating away at me and I can't make peace with it. I think my BPD may actually kill me.
Anonymous posts on 7/1/2014 7:37:21 PM
When I was young, I carried a Japanese style manriki-gusari around; about 30 inches long with a 3 inch connecting bolt on either end. Very very quick, and would leave a similar sized depression in someone’s skull. Hard to control, especially at speed, but if you should lose it and your enemy pick it up, you could laugh as he beat himself up with it. Could be made for about three dollars, so discarding one at need would not be a heartbreaker. Silent except for the *thump.* Impossible to see in the dark, and your attacker is hit at a range he believes is safe. I disguised mine as a key fob, with my key chain at one end, a police captain of my acquaintance told me it was perfectly legal until the moment I hit someone with it.
Peetar Kumar posts on 7/1/2014 4:21:58 PM
Everyone is talking about having sex in an underdeveloped twelve year old's RECTUM.
Why twould you need a condom on an underdeveloped 12yo girl?
She probably has no period and no hair on her preteen pussy. So you can't get her pregnant.
She does not have a drivers license so its harder for her to drive around and catch STDs.
You can put it in her puss, or jam it up her poo, its a 12yo butthole, its completely up to you!
Keith posts on 7/1/2014 1:15:35 AM
I sometimes wonder why I didn't kiss you when we climbed that tree in high school. I will forever regret not being brave enough to show you how I felt. I am glad you are happy.
Tinman posts on 6/17/2014 12:47:29 AM
What new torture is this? A post surgical wound that is itching in places I can't scratch while also throbbing with pain. No sleep tonight...
M Y posts on 5/24/2014 10:21:31 AM
I would run until I found myself in your arms again and do everything to show you that I am THE one for you, forever.
hbear posts on 5/22/2014 7:46:31 PM
It has been two years and I am more in love with you now than I have ever been. Long distance relationships are hard but we have made it last this long and we will make it last the rest of our lives.
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