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  1. im in the netherlands, and got my diagnosis at 18, and got methylphenidate to go with it. i dont remember there being any costs to it, tho i didnt use it very long because it never worked for me.

  2. Thank you so much for the detailed reply! Yes please keep me updated how it goes! And good luck!

  3. here with another update! i finally contacted the organizations my doctor told me about (3 weeks after the appointment ^^"), and they all got back to me with a 'no we cant do medication without therapy' unfortunately.

  4. That’s great news! Glad things all worked out for you!!

  5. Youtube and google what you don't know. I'm just getting started learning programming, and when I don't understand something the course covers I go into detective mode with google and youtube for supplementary information. I think this field really requires you to have good troubleshooting skills and detective work. Can't rely on someone holding your hand all the way through.

  6. Fav thing is the colour of the trees. And just one trip plz!

  7. I hope it's not Crazy Larry's bike...

  8. Is that the guy with a bunch of stuff hanging on his hat? He yelled at me one time after I had headphones in and didn't hear one of his comments as we passed each other.

  9. Jesus Christ how unprofessional could these cops be. Took 3 of these retards to detain one guy. And instead of using a taser or detaining him properly they shoot him execution style?? Fucked up man

  10. Thanks but I want to make one thing clear I am not talking about battling mental health. My mental health for the moment is more stable. I was just talking about whether or not I'll get in or if I should put it on the immigration form.

  11. In this case, absolutely do not mention it on the immigration form. Its none of their business. Don't mention it to employers either.

  12. I think most people will say "dont do it" if youre not mentally healthy. And in general, I agree with that sentiment. However, I think it really depends on where your mental anguish is coming from. Perhaps throwing yourself out there and having the self confidence to begin (and hopefully succeed!) in this journey might be a great thing. For me personally, moving abroad and teaching here has changed me a lot, and absolutely for the better. But it was a very tough experience at times. I've struggled with major depression and anxiety in the past, but not immediately prior to moving to Korea. As with any major life decision, it really depends on what you're looking for and WHY. Moving abroad is stressful. Especially when you dont speak the language and have to rely on some shady employer for basically your entire well being. There's a lot of blind trust you have to put in yourself, others and luck (or the universe, God, ect.). But if you can deal with that and make a good life for yourself, then the reward is very high. This has been one of the best years of my life personally.

  13. South Korea 2001 to 2003 was fantastic. Daegu was a great city for an expat.

  14. Currently in Daegu and I can say it’s still a great city for an expat :)

  15. How is the experience for a woman there? Is it safe for them to be walking alone? Was there a big contrast in how foreign men and women were able to live their lives?

  16. Generally, I would say that everywhere I've worked in Central Asia is safer than where I'm originally from in the US, for the most part. There isn't the catcalling that is more common in places like India, and overall harassment of foreign women is low.

  17. Thank you so much for the detailed responses! I’ve been curious about teaching in that region for a while.

  18. I had to use ProctorU for a final exam in one of my undergrad classes and had expremley unprofessional proctors as well. If what you described happened to me while writing lsat I would lose my fucking mind.

  19. I worked 9 hours a day, 5 days a week. 45 hour work week. 15 hours of that was deskwarming.

  20. Not pg but 3 or so hours east, there’s some wild stuff that’s happened around Mount Robson. Met a few locals who are quite convinced they’ve seen aliens. I think the area near the visitors centre and across the highway is haunted. Myself and several others have had some bizarre stuff happen around there.

  21. There’s also a really famous wendigo story from out there. It’s thought that Dené people are known to have somewhat of a 6th sense and have a different relationship with the spirits.

  22. Dang really?? I’m honestly not surprised. Do you have any more info about that? Or is it okay if you DM a me about it? I’m fascinated with whatever is out there. Turned me into a believer of the paranormal.

  23. Immigration helps the economy, so there is good reason to be excited by it. More people who produce, more people who consume.

  24. I agree, but its hard to imagine where 1+ million new immigrants are going to live when there's not even enough housing for the people here at the moment.

  25. There are a few factors at play. Although the population is stagnating, housing is still often prohibitively expensive, and so increasing supply is an attempt to make it more affordable (how effective this has been is questionable).

  26. It’s really impressive to see all this new housing going up! Makes me furious that we can’t emulate this in Canada and other parts of the world with a massive housing crisis.

  27. Koreans like apartments. Too many Nimbys in Canada for something similar

  28. “Nooo we can’t have multi-family units in our neighbourhood!!! It will ruin the character of our totally bland cookie-cutter suburban hellscape”

  29. As someone living in whatever the fuck the yellow bit is supposed to be... fuck off with that colonial bullshit

  30. Who the fuck is out there hiking with a heavy 20 gauge shotgun, and why would you shoot it at a bear that isn't even threatening you? I've had bears that close to me before while hiking - I just backed up and they went on their way. No bearspray or weapon needed.

  31. I understand the desire to hike with a gun in grizzly country, seen it plenty of times up north. But how did this fucker not see the big “no firearms in national parks” sign when entering?

  32. Going to Seoul this weekend… should I change my plans?? How are things looking now?

  33. Look on Facebook for atmosphere entertainment. Then start adding the groups and people they're associated with. You'll be up and running in no time.

  34. Thanks for this, moving back to pg for a while in the autumn, looking to get into the scene a bit more. never really got into the rave scene when I was living there previously.

  35. You can still see houses like this in more rural parts of the country :)

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