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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24900 on: Thu, 14 June 2018, 05:54:17 »
One of my coworkers has been talking to himself (fairly loudly) since he got here, it's a mix of cussing, grunting, mumbling and asking questions (again to himself).

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24901 on: Thu, 14 June 2018, 06:09:25 »
One of my coworkers has been talking to himself (fairly loudly) since he got here, it's a mix of cussing, grunting, mumbling and asking questions (again to himself).

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wait, you work in my office? ;)

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24902 on: Thu, 14 June 2018, 06:51:43 »
One of my coworkers has been talking to himself (fairly loudly) since he got here, it's a mix of cussing, grunting, mumbling and asking questions (again to himself).

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wait, you work in my office? ;)

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24903 on: Thu, 14 June 2018, 16:50:41 »
One of my coworkers has been talking to himself (fairly loudly) since he got here, it's a mix of cussing, grunting, mumbling and asking questions (again to himself).

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I do this too, helps me think more logically when I talk to my work. That's what headphones are for.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24904 on: Thu, 14 June 2018, 22:34:35 »
OHHHH 2.20:1/70mm.. doh. Now I understand :))

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24905 on: Sat, 16 June 2018, 20:00:50 »
When someone does something that only they could have done then they get combative when confronted with it, flat out denying any involvement.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24906 on: Sat, 16 June 2018, 23:39:02 »
There was this guy in school who always 'tried' to bully me. Eventually I got fed up, so I dealt with it. I would steal things, hide it in his locker, and then rat on him to friends telling them that 'you didn't hear it from me'. After doing this about 5 times, he got expelled.
Be careful with the 'it could only be them' assumptions.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24907 on: Sat, 16 June 2018, 23:46:05 »
When someone does something that only they could have done then they get combative when confronted with it, flat out denying any involvement.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24908 on: Sun, 17 June 2018, 10:07:54 »
When someone does something that only they could have done then they get combative when confronted with it, flat out denying any involvement.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24909 on: Sun, 17 June 2018, 19:31:09 »
well this was motivating  :blank:

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24910 on: Sun, 17 June 2018, 19:36:49 »
well this was motivating  :blank:
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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24911 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 05:35:28 »
I think I've been developing insomnia in the past handful of months and it's getting worse.
Superglue is a good lubricant for key switches.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24912 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 05:52:05 »
I think I've been developing insomnia in the past handful of months and it's getting worse.
I’ve suffered insomnia for over 15 years now, it’s not fun but you learn to live and adapt I promise. If anything it teaches you how to function ‘normally’ through sheer exhaustion. Not a bad skill for travelling and long drives ;)

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24913 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 06:00:38 »
I think I've been developing insomnia in the past handful of months and it's getting worse.
I’ve suffered insomnia for over 15 years now, it’s not fun but you learn to live and adapt I promise. If anything it teaches you how to function ‘normally’ through sheer exhaustion. Not a bad skill for travelling and long drives ;)

Good luck man
Thanks, it's weird because being online and all my friends are offline it puts me in a bad mental head space when combined with my depression. I like to constantly be by someones side when I'm awake whether it be IRL or online.
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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24914 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 06:02:55 »
I think I've been developing insomnia in the past handful of months and it's getting worse.
I’ve suffered insomnia for over 15 years now, it’s not fun but you learn to live and adapt I promise. If anything it teaches you how to function ‘normally’ through sheer exhaustion. Not a bad skill for travelling and long drives ;)

Good luck man
Thanks, it's weird because being online and all my friends are offline it puts me in a bad mental head space when combined with my depression. I like to constantly be by someones side when I'm awake whether it be IRL or online.


I can suggest a polyphasic sleep schedule. It'll take some time to find out the schedule best suited for yourself, but it's gonna be a better solution than trying to stick to standard sleep patterns

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24915 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 06:09:13 »
I think I've been developing insomnia in the past handful of months and it's getting worse.
I’ve suffered insomnia for over 15 years now, it’s not fun but you learn to live and adapt I promise. If anything it teaches you how to function ‘normally’ through sheer exhaustion. Not a bad skill for travelling and long drives ;)

Good luck man
Thanks, it's weird because being online and all my friends are offline it puts me in a bad mental head space when combined with my depression. I like to constantly be by someones side when I'm awake whether it be IRL or online.

Beauty of the internet is there are no time zones in international communities. But I get the need to not be alone. I do recommend doing some study on insomnia and dedicating some time to finding a pattern that works for you.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24916 on: Mon, 18 June 2018, 08:22:51 »
I have untreated sleep apnea. I've been dealing with sheer exhaustion for years and finally got fed up with it and got tested a couple of weeks ago. Apnea induced narcolepsy is not only extremely annoying, but also extremely dangerous (I have fallen asleep while driving before). I can't wait until my next appointment so I can finally treat it and hopefully live a normal life.
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« Reply #24917 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 12:52:15 »
I have untreated sleep apnea. I've been dealing with sheer exhaustion for years and finally got fed up with it and got tested a couple of weeks ago. Apnea induced narcolepsy is not only extremely annoying, but also extremely dangerous (I have fallen asleep while driving before). I can't wait until my next appointment so I can finally treat it and hopefully live a normal life.

I have a good friend who has the exact same.  He cannot drive anywhere other than work and nearby stores b/c he will fall asleep.  I don't know anything about you, but this friend has always been overweight and just in the past week (after having sudden issues with being extremely thirsty and having severe leg cramps) he found out his blood sugar levels were off the charts.  He tested at a1c level of 14.  Yikes.

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« Reply #24918 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 13:15:42 »
I've always had a high metabolism so I've never worried that much about blood sugar. Though, if I spike my glucose too fast it does make me sleepy (drinking energy drinks that are not sugar free actually make me more tired instead of less). That's kind of an issue for everyone though.
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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24919 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 16:55:40 »
I have untreated sleep apnea. I've been dealing with sheer exhaustion for years and finally got fed up with it and got tested a couple of weeks ago. Apnea induced narcolepsy is not only extremely annoying, but also extremely dangerous (I have fallen asleep while driving before). I can't wait until my next appointment so I can finally treat it and hopefully live a normal life.

I have a good friend who has the exact same.  He cannot drive anywhere other than work and nearby stores b/c he will fall asleep.  I don't know anything about you, but this friend has always been overweight and just in the past week (after having sudden issues with being extremely thirsty and having severe leg cramps) he found out his blood sugar levels were off the charts.  He tested at a1c level of 14.  Yikes.

Also, thanks for the yellow alps.  Got them in the mail the other day.  Interesting force curve on the spring.  Now I have to decide what to do with them :)

a1c @ 14..  this dude gonna die if hardcore intervention isn't taken.

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Re: What's Bothering You? (The thread about what is bothering you.)
« Reply #24920 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 17:24:42 »
I have untreated sleep apnea. I've been dealing with sheer exhaustion for years and finally got fed up with it and got tested a couple of weeks ago. Apnea induced narcolepsy is not only extremely annoying, but also extremely dangerous (I have fallen asleep while driving before). I can't wait until my next appointment so I can finally treat it and hopefully live a normal life.

I have a good friend who has the exact same.  He cannot drive anywhere other than work and nearby stores b/c he will fall asleep.  I don't know anything about you, but this friend has always been overweight and just in the past week (after having sudden issues with being extremely thirsty and having severe leg cramps) he found out his blood sugar levels were off the charts.  He tested at a1c level of 14.  Yikes.

Also, thanks for the yellow alps.  Got them in the mail the other day.  Interesting force curve on the spring.  Now I have to decide what to do with them :)

a1c @ 14..  this dude gonna die if hardcore intervention isn't taken.

Yep. The scary thing is that it took him this long to notice.  He's the 3rd friend of mine to be diagnosed with diabetes in just this year.  The epidemic is vast. 
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« Reply #24921 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 17:35:17 »

Yep. The scary thing is that it took him this long to notice.  He's the 3rd friend of mine to be diagnosed with diabetes in just this year.  The epidemic is vast. 

Low Carb ?

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« Reply #24922 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 17:43:24 »

Yep. The scary thing is that it took him this long to notice.  He's the 3rd friend of mine to be diagnosed with diabetes in just this year.  The epidemic is vast. 

Low Carb ?

Yep.  Low carb.  High fiber.  I try my best to eat healthy, but I break down and eat sugar quite often.  Let's hope I'm not the next one to be diagnosed.
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« Reply #24923 on: Wed, 20 June 2018, 17:46:29 »

Yep. The scary thing is that it took him this long to notice.  He's the 3rd friend of mine to be diagnosed with diabetes in just this year.  The epidemic is vast. 

Low Carb ?

Yep.  Low carb.  High fiber.  I try my best to eat healthy, but I break down and eat sugar quite often.  Let's hope I'm not the next one to be diagnosed.